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A few AeroVee 2. Perform the check shown in the picture above. Remove the bearing and chamfer the edge facing the counterweight. This can either be accomplished using a fine, half-round file or a Scotch Brite Wheel shown in the attached image. Thoroughly clean the bearing before final installation. Only a small amount of chamfer is required to eliminate this issue.
Ideally, there should be Qty 3 end shims used to reach the required 0. A part exchange of the new part is available to AeroVee Customers at no charge. If you find that you do not have sufficient end play, please contact the Sonex Tech Department for an RMA number and to arrange for this part exchange at: Secondary Ignition Trigger Magnet Size.
This check does not apply to the black trigger magnet caps. General AeroVee Assembly Practice: Do NOT place a chore-boy, steel-wool, or any other metal object into the Breather plate assembly.
Over time, this can break down and metal particles can work their way into the engine case. DO put a larger hump in your oil breather tube so any oil that bubbles out of your case will drain back into the case rather than flow out the bottom of your airplane. We also understand some engine builders have needed additional barrel shims for their engines depending on what compression ratio they chose to set their AeroVee Engine at.
It's difficult to get all of the combinations covered in one standard package without being wasteful. Sonex furnishes and has only charged the customer for one set of 0. Additional shims are available for purchase from Sonex with the following part numbers to suit your particular needs: Aeroconversions does not recommend installing the Prop Hub or any other shrink-fit components with a press without first cooling the crankshaft in a freezer and heating the installed components in an oven.
The recommended assembly procedure is detailed in the AeroVee 2. Attempting to press these components on cold can result in extremely high stresses in the nose end of the crankshaft. Any misalignment between the shrink-fit component and crankshaft may result in damage to both components and could result in stress cracking, a crooked prop hub, and a structurally inadequate shrink-fit joint. All Printed AeroConversions Materials approving the method of cold press for this procedure must be updated by striking this out with a permanent marker.
All Crank Shaft Assemblies that have been accomplished using a cold press method must have their runout checked with a dial indicator per the following image: All Assemblies accomplished using a cold press method must also be removed and checked thoroughly including a magnaflux process on all components to ensure stress cracks are not present.
It is critically important that the crankshaft have proper support behind the front journal. Refer to the following image showing this technique with proper support behind the front journal: This does not impact the operation or service of any of the AeroVee Parts. If this misalignment is more than 0. The identification of this problem and the fix are both simple procedures: Reattach the stator mount plate assembly to the Accessory Case.
Reinsert as carefully as you can to keep the Blue Marker intact. Also remember that the magnets are strong! They will pull the alternator right out of your hand and can pinch your fingers. Remove one set of spark plugs and manually rotate the crankshaft turn the engine over 3 or 4 revolutions. A socket on the prop hub attach bolt works well to pull the engine through. Remove the stator mount plate assembly and inspect the blue paint on the stator and magnet ring.
Again use care to keep from scratching off the Blue Marker as you remove the stator. If the blue marker is intact on both the stator and magnet ring, your alignment is acceptable.
If either the stator or magnet ring show signs of contact, proceed to Step 5. Remove material from the Alternator Stator using a belt sander or equivalent where the Blue Sharpie has been wiped from the Stator. See Figure 5 and Figure 6 Repeat Steps 1 through 4 until no contact is evident. Note that this same procedure can be used on the primary ignition magnetron units by " painting " the trigger magnet on the flywheel to ensure no contact is occurring between the magnet and ignition module.
The red anodized surfaces of your AeroVee Engine Components act as an insulator. For the primary and secondary ignition coils to function properly, they must be grounded.
In order to ensure their proper function, we highly recommend the installation of a ground wire to the body of each ignition unit. This ground should be routed directly to the engine crank case. Below are images of the areas to place a ground wire for the Primary and Secondary Ignitions see images below: New Assembly Procedure for Flywheel: The o-ring mounted in the steel center fitting of the flywheel has proven to be a challenge to install for some builders and has the potential to cause a problem by getting pinched in between the flywheel and back of the crankshaft.
This can keep it from seating all the way and can cause the flywheel to turn off-center leading to potential ignition and alternator problems. Flywheel High-Temp Silicone Application. Do not use a propane torch or other flame to remove shrink-fit components under any circumstances.
If you have used a torch on any of your shrink-fit components, they MUST be replaced immediately. The proper removal procedure for all of your shrink-fit components is to use a hydraulic press with no heat applied. Unclear whether Levy was flying when he was lost - needs further research. I have not been able to find the MACR. Imperial Japanese Navy Reconnaissance Seaplanes. LSM's resin upgrade a big help. Nichimo's kit is a fairly rough approximation of an E13A1 - e. Missing glass at gunner position.
At the end, Dullcoat application brought traces of Sharpie marker lines originally applied as guides for line scribing to surface, ruining finish. Tamiya acrylic, Alclad Aluminum II, weathering by oil wash and silver and terra cotta Prismacolor pencils, Testor's Dullcoat from spray can. This aircraft may not have had the dark yellow leading edge stripe although this is shown in the Hasegawa kit instructions' profiles.
This aircraft probably did not have the dark yellow leading edge stripe although this is shown in the Hasegawa kit instructions' profiles. Ultracast seat , replacement exhausts made from drinking straw. Lieutenant Geddes is shown posed next to his replacement aircraft, PG also displaying the 'Lorna D' nose art , in the period photo above.
Added semicircular intercooler vents in upper wing tips and round intakes at the wing leading edges near the engines drilled out. Cut, modified sheet styrene and Milliput , and drilled out kit turbosupercharger to fit P EFG style turbosupercharger shroud.
Added armour shields inboard to turbosupercharger turbines styrene sheet. Drilled out and placed small tubular air ducts on forward sides of Jerry Rutman resin engine cowlings drilled out Evergreen rod styrene. Deleted and filled in PL leading edge wing lights. Removed underwing power assist bulges, filled and smoothed out, rescribed all underwing panel lines.
Removed gun camera from port drop tank boom, filled and smoothed out, added gun camera opening to nose. Replaced kit late-type guns with Quickboost resin guns Added scratchbuilt cartridge case chute openings styrene sheet. Scratch-built long under nose pitot tube not visible in images.
Windscreen frames sanded off, shape sanded to smoother appearance to resemble the curved early-type windscreen, new frames added. Bulletproof glass from CD case clear styrene , buffed and Futured, inserted under kit windscreen, added fabric instrument pane shroud and modified early type gunsight that is between the windscreen and the armour glass.
Six aluminum spars for wing stiffness. The Jerry Rutman 'mk 1' resin lower cowlings and boom radiators are not accurately shaped - JR's new resin looks perfect but wasn't available for this build. The modified Revell props are not accurately shaped although they are better than the kit props. The modified kit windscreen only approximates the early type PE windscreen JR also apparently has a complete vacuform PEFG canopy, not available for this build.
G4M1 Isshikirikko Allied code name 'Betty'. All markings except tail code done with paint, tail code with borrowed elements from Hasagawa A6M2N kit Unknown whether this particular aircraft participated in the May 23, attack on Attu Island.
Wear and tear on this aircraft also unknown as no photographs from May are available - consequently model was done with very clean appearance except for exhaust staining and intact paint. PK 'Flamin' Mame' Amchitka. This aircraft would have had the factory applied blue roundel with white star , modified in spring to include white bars and the red surround, and finally the blue surround added autumn - leaving the blue roundel quite faded compared to the dark blue surround as in the image of 'Dell', above.
Eduard seatbelts here , gunsight from music wire. National marks, white bars and underwing 'U. I think was a commonwealth scheme aircraft Dupont dark earth and medium green , as suggested by the patches of the 'dark [sic] earth' on the tailplane and top of engine cowling images below and above. Alternatively, substitute parts e. The unusual paint patches on the rudder suggest it was a replacement item, with an overpaint to correct the aircraft's serial number.
Photos also suggest the sides of engine cowling were painted over with fresh matt olive drab before application of the 'Flamin' Mame' logo nose art, as on other aircraft in the group. Aleutian Ps had treaded tires not available yet as a resin aftermarket item. Starboard fuselage window repositioned below national mark see reference photo above.
Kit tailwheel very weak reinforced with brass rod. Kit has some shape issues lower forward fuselage and propellors that require replacement after-market parts - expensive! Co-pilot Clifford Tambs was killed during the engagement. Leonard Kupersmith that he was executing a degree turn, but was never heard from again.
True Details tires, Scale Aircraft Conversions landing gear nose. Large bow RDF antenna fabricated from stainless steel wire. Alclad Aluminum II four shades ,Tamiya acrylic, weathering by oil wash and silver Prismacolor pencil.