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    Re: Honda spark plugs

    Well, ok, glad I asked. Little smarter today than yesterday :encouragement:
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    Re: Honda spark plugs

    Ok, Now, What is a Fit? Never heard of that one before.:sleeping:
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    Re: Six turning and four burning

    Yea I know jet engines will run on just about anything, but better on some fuels than others. We had a couple Navy TV-2s, (AF T33s) with GE Allisons in them and it was specified they would run on...
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    Re: Six turning and four burning

    Back then it could have been JP-1, basically Kerosene. Then JP-3, a mixture of 65% gasoline and the rest Kerosene. JP-3 would vapor off easily due to the high content of gas in it. We used mostly...
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    Re: Looking for information on past member

    John D. Weimer, Found picture. PJ

    Found his name on the other site, so I guess it was the MG Experience site he favored, thought it was here, sorry. PJ
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    Looking for information on past member

    Basil, I think, but not sure if John Wehmeyer, probably wrong spelling in last name, was a member on this site years ago. He had a Ryan PT-19 aircraft (yellow), a motorhome and various other toys. We...
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    Looking for information on past member

    Basil, I think, but not sure if John Wehmeyer, probably wrong spelling in last name, was a member on this site years ago. He had a Ryan PT-19 aircraft (yellow), a motorhome and various other toys. We...
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    I now know how to make rain!

    We haven't had any rain for a month, 90+ to 100 degrees, so I decided to roll the TF out and give it a bath, got everything out, rolled the car out on the ramp in front of the garage and WALLA, it...
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    Re: Intro for new member

    Welcome! Now that's a car I wouldn't mind owning! Quite nice, thanks for showing it. :encouragement: PJ
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    Re: I do miss Gliding

    WOW, now isn't THAT cool! :encouragement:

    Like the story of Mr. Santilli also, really nice.
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    Re: I do miss Gliding

    I've always said that every pilot should have a few hours of glider training, it will sharpen up your handling of a dead stick landing in a powered aircraft should the unwanted ocasion occur. Plus,...
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    Re: 50 years ago today - Recognize this?

    OK, when I get up in the morning I'm a :tyrannosaurus: and it takes a little time until I get my 2nd cup of coffee, I'm a little :abnormal:, after that I'm a :peach: so please excuse the :stupid:! ...
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    Re: 50 years ago today - Recognize this?

    What is meant by, "The 5th Beetle"? 5th in design or? Looks like my old 73, only it was Yellow.
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    Re: 50 years ago today - Recognize this?

    I was thinking to get to the other side, but I'm sure that's up for debate! :highly_amused:
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    Re: Seized Nut Removal

    That's funny Walter, I had a Travelall and I don't remember the lugs being right and left handed, not saying they weren't, just never thought about it. But then again, I don't remember ever changing...
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    Re: Welcome home, sir

    Nice that his family has their hero back and thankfully able to put him to rest on American soil. Very unique and heart warming that it was his son who flew him back. Many families will never have...
  17. Thread: Valvoline VR1

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    General TR Re: Valvoline VR1

    If VR-1 is going to be discontinued, it will not be in the near future. Valvoline VR-1 is one of the most recognised names in oils for flat tappet engines and there are a lot of them still around, it...
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    Re: I do miss Gliding

    David, The Swift is the most aerobatic glider in the world, problem with them is, they quit manufacturing them about 15 years ago or longer, I don't know why. It is nearly impossible to find one for...
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    Re: I do miss Gliding

    A Polish Swift S-1. During the National 4 min. freestyle the rocking of the wings before starting tells the judges he's ready to be judged, the rocking after tells them his routine is over.
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    Re: I do miss Gliding

    I don't know if this will work, hopefully.

    (3) Paul Jennings Glider Aerobatics Oneida Tennessee Air Show 2010 www glideraerobatics org - YouTube

    (3) Paul Jennings 4 Min Free US Nationals -...
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    Re: I do miss Gliding

    later post
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    Re: I do miss Gliding

    Thanks Elliot, I added his picture also.
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    Re: I do miss Gliding

    Haven't shown this since my son passed 5 years ago. One of his flying posters, still hard to look at. Kids loved him at the shows, adults were amazed what he could do with his glider, he was a...
  24. Harold & Eda Oberg-Pearl Harbor Dec 7 1941

    Just watched footage that Harold & Eda Oberg took in color during the raid on Pearl Harbor, Dec 17, 1941. They were stationed there during that period. Not a professional film, but interesting as I...
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    Re: Ballard/Earhart

    I watched and listened to Joes whole story and it makes a lot of sense, but still, the ocean is a big place and very deep, maybe Ballard will have some luck. It'll be like looking for a needle in a...
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