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Baffles:   pg 1   |  pg 2  |  pg 3  |  pg 4

 

The baffles were tremendously confusing, even with the plans and baffles kit.  These pictures show everything roughly fit and installed temporarily.  Getting the baffles "right" is very much a trial and error process and I don't think there is really a right or wrong way to handle a lot of the little challenges you encounter in fitting the baffles - just as long as in the end they can get the job done in separating the high and low pressure areas under the cowling.

 

I used the baffles mounted oil cooler approach.  This picture here shows the left side of the baffles before the oil cooler is fit and the hole cut:

Here's the bottom, front, left view that shows the area below the cooling air inlet ramps

And here's a view of the bottom, front, right side under the cooling air inlet ramps on that side:

 

Baffles:   pg 1   |  pg 2  |  pg 3  |  pg 4

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