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Thread: Part number help

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    Default Part number help

    There is a 2" fresh air intake elbow mounted on the left inside of the lower engine cowl on my PA22-150 that has a scat duct running to the muffler. I can't find the part number for that elbow in my parts book. Anybody know the number? Mine is broken. Univair?
    Thanks in advance,
    -Subsonic

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    Default Re: Part number help

    Yeah, this little guy? I bet it's part of the whole chin cowl and not available separately. I'd see if you can get a sheet metal shop to fabricate one.

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    PS -- just looked in my parts book, and all I see is "COWL ASSEMBLY -- Engine bottom, Complete".... (either 14258-05 or -06.) Maybe Piper drawings will show more detail....?

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    Default Re: Part number help

    I have one that I don’t need anymore. It came off my cowling when I installed my Sutton exhaust.

    Juergen
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    Default Re: Part number help

    Quote Originally Posted by Pacer42Z View Post
    I have one that I donít need anymore. It came off my cowling when I installed my Sutton exhaust.

    Juergen
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    Juergen, sent you a PM!

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    Default Re: Part number help

    Aside from it not being THE ACTUAL UNAVAILABLE PART IN THE BOOK, I don't see why one could not install a straight duct, and if I remember correctly, scat is flexible, so would something like this work:
    https://www.aircraftspruce.com/catal...ttubeinlet.php
    Glen Geller
    1955 PA22-150 "One For Papa!"

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    Subsonic, this is the piece I have. I will bring it to Oshkosh. I hope this will fit your airplane.

    Juergen
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