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Warner 185 carb air box

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Jul 16, 2009
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I am restoring a 1929 Great Lakes with a Warner 185 radial engine with a pressure carburetor. I have had an exhaust system manufactured by Acorn welding (Very nicely done!). Acorn made up an exhaust used on a Fairchild, that fits the engine and airframe very nicely.

My question has to do with the connection of the exhaust charger tube to a carburetor airbox...any ideas, pictures or drawings of that sort of connection??


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