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On Tue, 5 May 1998 08:19:40 +0000 dmp@TmedBSD.MCG.EDU writes:
>I'm about to buy some more MIL wire, (Rewiring the SVX harness takes
>a LOT of wire!) and was wondering what wire sizes are most common in
>building a Velocity and a ballpark on how much to buy.
The wiring kit that Velocity sells has the following:
33 ft. 4 ga. wire Battery and starter cables
30 ft. 10 ga. wire Alternator output and primary
grounds, RG pump
200 ft. 18 ga. wire +12 volt Circuits and grounds over 5
amps - less than 15
150 ft. 20 ga. wire +12 volt circuits and grounds 5 amps or
80 ft. 18 ga. w/ sheild "P" leads, Electronic ignition
+12 VDC, strobe Pwr Supply +12 VDC
M22759/16- X single conductor, multi-strand wire (X = gauge wire)
M27500 shielded, single or multi-conductor, multi-strand
Hope this helps. The above footage should do your basic airframe.
Avionics and intercom systems will require more.
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