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Re: REFLECTOR: keeping warm

Amen To your auto conversion. I live in Chicago and the winters here are not
the best . I am going your route with an auto conversion for one so I can
start my plane without an engine heater and to have plenty of heat when I
want it to.
-----Original Message-----
From: NMFlyer1@aol.com <NMFlyer1@aol.com>
To: reflector@awpi.com <reflector@awpi.com>; ruman@worldnet.att.net
Date: Friday, March 12, 1999 3:44 PM
Subject: Re: REFLECTOR: keeping warm

>I'm not surprised that you are freezing with that heater assembly Manny.
>There is a guy at my airpark that has an electric heater in his EZ,  I'l
>him about it if you like.
> As for my bird, Just finished with the "traditional water" heater system
>mine. Of course this wouldn't help you, since I'm running a V-6. But the
>blower will provide as much heat as I can stand in the winter, and
>boost cooling during summer.
>If anyone needs the specs on this system ( FG only) let me know. Weighs in
>under 8 lbs.
>Kurt Winker
>173 FGE
>4.3L Chev. V-6