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Thread: Vacuum piping routing -( Heading and attitude gyros)

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    Vacuum piping routing -( Heading and attitude gyros)

    This is going to sound pretty silly but here goes.... I am in the
    finishing stages of installing a new floating panel. Unfortunately the
    tape I used to identify the hoses to attitude gyro and heading
    indicator slipped of the hoses due to very high humidity I think I know
    where everything goes but would like some confirmation....On the
    heading indicator there is a "pipe" named (AIR) inlet ( one tube),
    there is also a tube named (VAC) which branches off into 3 pipes one
    goes to the attitude gyro( vac) Another goes to what looks like a
    filter ( may be the vaccuum control module it is different than the
    regular vaccuum filter which gets changed at annual)and the third goes
    to the vacuum gauge .I guess what I am asking is there somehere posted
    a diagram of the vacuum routing I have been an aircraft owner some time
    and never really had a class in vacuum system 101 . I really do not
    want to totally screw up this routing . As always I appreciate any
    insight . Chas

    PS the floating panel came out excellent (although it was a very big
    undertaking).I had it cut out through front panel express which is
    listed here on the BAC site .I did all the detailing to it myself.


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    Vacuum piping routing -( Heading and attitude gyros)

    Just follow the labels on the back of the instrument.

    Air inlet is from the central gyro filter
    Air outlet, or suction is to the vacuum regulator, mounted on the
    firewall, the thing with the sock filter around it.

    Your vacuum gauge can either be "T'd" in on the suction line, or from
    one of the gauge ports located on the rear of your vacuum driven gyros.

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    Vacuum connections

    Due to legal issues brought to my attention by a club member. My a/p supervised my attaching of the hoses which took about 5 minutes . It was a great time to replace the old hoses anyway

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