|Posted: Tue Nov 28, 2006 2:06 am Post subject: AW: SB-912-043
here is what you are looking for!
Rotax 912/914 Coolant System While installing a Rotax 912 engine in his kit-built aircraft, EAA member Robert Kube found he needed a place in the coolant system to install a water temperature sender, so he made one.
Kube made a fitting out of 1-inch aluminum tubing with a rolled bead on each end and welded on a threaded port to accept the temperature sender. The fitting, in combination with two hose clamps, worked out so well he has decided to manufacture several more for builders having the same problem.
Fittings are available for 1/8-inch NPT senders and metric 10 mm x 1.5 thread that fits the VDO Rotax temperature sender. The fittings cost $30 for a single port and $35 for a dual. Elbows are also available for $20.
The system is available directly from Kube at 530/459-5700 or e-mail kubersquare(at)snowcrest.net (kubersquare(at)snowcrest.net), or from Grand Rapids Technologies at call 616/245-7700.
For more information, contact Robert Kube at 616/245-7700 or kubersquare(at)snowcrest.net (kubersquare(at)snowcrest.net).
Von: owner-rotaxengines-list-server(at)matronics.com [mailto:owner-rotaxengines-list-server(at)matronics.com] Im Auftrag von domino456
Gesendet: Dienstag, 28. November 2006 06:59
I can't find the adapter for the in line temp probe on the Grand Rapids web site. Could you please post a link to the page that it is listed on or a part number.
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