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    Scat Hoses & PEI fly-in

    All are welcome to any fly-in, even if you fly a Cessna.
    You can talk to Tom Corcoran about rooms at PEI mediareps@aol.com

    Brian Foote
    BAC NE Regional Director
    75 C23 N9198S
    Wiscasset, Maine





    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Dennis W. Ritz" <dwritz@switchol.com>
    To: <musketeermail@yahoogroups.com>
    Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 7:09 PM
    Subject: [musketeermail] Scat Hoses & PEI fly-in


    > HELP!
    >
    > ...still looking for information on scat hoses coming off of the muffler
    > shroud, specifically: cabin heat and carb heat. Which hose is hooked up
    > nearer the tailpipe. This hose gets heat from the muffler mixed with
    > airfrom inside the engine compartment? I think that one goes to the carb
    > heat, but I am not sure.
    >
    > I could not find a schematic anywhere in the bench manuals that shows the
    > scat hoses hooked up.
    >
    > Is the PEI fly-in open only to BAC members, or may any Musketeer owner
    > attend? Also, are there rooms available to stay a couple days?
    >
    > Dennis Ritz
    > BE23
    > N7657R
    >
    >
    > Dennis W. Ritz
    > dwritz@switchol.com
    > dwritz@ship.edu
    > Websites:
    > http://dwritz.switchol.com
    > www.ship.edu/~dwritz
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    Scat Hoses & PEI fly-in

    Dennis, I can't specifically remember the duct routing on your model, and don't have books up here that might help. I can offer some generalities.
    1. If the muffler shroud has two openings, normally one is ducted to fresh outside air, and the other is ducted to the cabin heat mixer valve.
    2. If there are only the two openings, the carb heat is fed from a separate mini-shroud, This small shroud heats engine compartment air, which is ducted to the carb heat fitting.
    3. If the muffler shroud has three openings, one will be ducted to the fresh air inlet; one will be ducted to the heater mixing valve; and one will be ducted to the carb heat fitting.

    My personal experience has been that most carb heat systems use engine compartment air, and heat it further. You want air that is already pre-heated, and contaminants aren't normally an issue. Most heater systems must use a fresh-air intake, to help assure cleaner cabin air.

    Everyone is welcome at BAC and MML events. Doesn't matter what they fly, or how they get there. Enthusiasm is the only entry fee.

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Dennis W. Ritz
    To: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 7:09 PM
    Subject: [musketeermail] Scat Hoses & PEI fly-in


    HELP!

    ...still looking for information on scat hoses coming off of the muffler
    shroud, specifically: cabin heat and carb heat. Which hose is hooked up
    nearer the tailpipe. This hose gets heat from the muffler mixed with
    airfrom inside the engine compartment? I think that one goes to the carb
    heat, but I am not sure.

    I could not find a schematic anywhere in the bench manuals that shows the
    scat hoses hooked up.

    Is the PEI fly-in open only to BAC members, or may any Musketeer owner
    attend? Also, are there rooms available to stay a couple days?

    Dennis Ritz
    BE23
    N7657R


    Dennis W. Ritz
    dwritz@switchol.com
    dwritz@ship.edu
    Websites:
    http://dwritz.switchol.com
    www.ship.edu/~dwritz

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