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    Gents, having some remedial repairs done to the Clipper lower cowling, and the fitting at the cabin heat air intake is in need of r&r. It's angled to miss the exhaust and sends air to a 2" scat hose. Not seeing anything on Wag or Univair, think it might be available or must we fabricate ? Cheers
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    Default Re: Clipper cabin heat intake fitting

    Part Number 10400. It isn't in the Shortwing CD, but it is on line at the Unofficial SuperCub drawing site. A3290453.pdf (supercubproject.com)

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    Default Re: Clipper cabin heat intake fitting

    that's great thanks...
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    Default Re: Clipper cabin heat intake fitting

    Hi,

    I made a scoop that upped the volume of air brought in. Maybe mock up a cardboard and duct tape version and see if you like what happens.

    20210524_122401.jpg

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    Default Re: Clipper cabin heat intake fitting

    I have the whole assembly if needed, removed when Sutton exhaust system was installed.

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    Default Re: Clipper cabin heat intake fitting

    Quote Originally Posted by blue44 View Post
    Gents, having some remedial repairs done to the Clipper lower cowling, and the fitting at the cabin heat air intake is in need of r&r. It's angled to miss the exhaust and sends air to a 2" scat hose. Not seeing anything on Wag or Univair, think it might be available or must we fabricate ? Cheers
    I have the adapter and the scoop from when I changed to the Sutton exhaust. Send me a PM with your address and I can mail it to you free of charge.

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    Default Re: Clipper cabin heat intake fitting

    I have one of these sitting around from my Sutton conversion.
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