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There’s a post on this site from 2015 that has a link to Illustrated Parts Catalogs (IPCs). But the link doesn’t take you there. Anybody know where I can get one for my E35? Thank you in advance!

Model: Bonanza E35
Posted 4/17/2020 - 1 year ago
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https://www.aerocontroller.com/aviation-services-directory/listing/aircraft-manuals-services-158/ohio-61l/essco-aircraft-manuals-manuals-for-sale-4463 THIS IS LISTED IN THE ABS MEMBER FORUM LISTING. I ALSO FOUND ONE ON EBAY. NOTE: IT WOULD BE REALLY WONDERFUL IF ABS OFFERED AS A SERVICE A DOWNLOAD OF SAME.

Posted 4/17/2020 - 1 year ago
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I finally found the IPC on the Textron website for free.
https://ww2.txtav.com/TechnicalPublications/Downloads/IPCList
Their website kinda sucks as I was not able to find it by browsing or searching their site. I had to let Google find it for me!

Posted 4/17/2020 - 1 year ago
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Now I can't find what I was looking for on the Parts List. I need a couple airlocs that attach the access door to the lower part of the cowling. The one with the louvers in it. Where can I get a part number?

Posted 4/17/2020 - 1 year ago
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Well, if you have an E35 there are no louvers in the lower cowl access panels and I know of no approval to install panels that have them. I do see some of the early E powered V tails with them installed. It is thought that in the event of carburetor ice (not very likely with the PS- 5C carburetor) that the louvered panels would dilute the heated air in the lower cowl. Maybe so, maybe not. The main purpose of the alternate combustion air door is to open and provide engine combustion air if the air cleaner should become plugged with ice or dirt. I think that there is a high percentage of those doors that are partially open all of the time due to weak springs. All of that is repairable if time is taken to do so.

Regards, Lew Gage

Posted 4/22/2020 - 1 year ago
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Blake... if you are adding louvered doors to an aircraft that didn't originally have them you may be creating a problem. The louvered doors will increase the amount of airflow through the engine compartment and you might be creating a problem with low cylinder head an oil temperatures.
With that said I believe the original fasteners were Dzus P/N's: receptacle 99871-C098, stud 1301765-SR09, and pin 99785-2.

Posted 4/23/2020 - 1 year ago
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In reply to: Michael Tweedus | 4/23/2020 - 1 year ago

Blake... if you are adding louvered doors to an aircraft that didn't originally have them you may be creating a problem. The louvered doors will increase the amount of airflow through the engine compartment and you might be creating a problem with low cylinder head an oil temperatures.
With that said I believe the original fasteners were Dzus P/N's: receptacle 99871-C098, stud 1301765-SR09, and pin 99785-2.

Thank you for the help on the part number. I think I’m ok on the temps. I monitor my oil temp and it’s always in the normal range. I also have EGT/CHT on all cylinders and they are what I expect as well.

Posted 4/24/2020 - 1 year ago
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Mine has the louvers, and they do nothing to keep it cooler. Fyi! My c model ran-cooler without the louvers.

Posted 9/11/2020 - 1 year ago
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