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Old 06-29-2017, 12:31 PM
JimWoo50 JimWoo50 is offline
 
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Default Buzz box question

I have pmag and a Slick. Do I need the deluxe single mag timing light or can I use half of the more universal dual mag synchronizer to time my Slick?

Also if anyone knows part no. for o-ring under oil cap I appreciate the info.
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Old 06-29-2017, 01:25 PM
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Jim,

You can use a single or a double. The double just gives two leads and gives different tones and lights for each side. either one will work for a single mag.

You can also borrow mine if you want to fly up to 06C or wait until I next ask you to be a safety pilot for me :-) Too bad I didn't know earlier. I flew right over you on my way back from Dayton on Tuesday.

For the o-ring, I just picked one out my HBF assortment box. You can measure it and go to ACE to get a good size. Pick about 1/16"-1/8" smaller in ID than the OD of the male threads on the dipstck.

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Old 06-29-2017, 04:04 PM
JimWoo50 JimWoo50 is offline
 
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Default Thanks Larry.

Maybe cya at taildragger tues. (but everyone's welcome).
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