In-cowl muffler

In-cowl muffler

Post by Jerome A. Westpha » Sun, 26 Jan 2003 09:36:25



Do they make Pitts style mufflers for 4-strokes?  I have a Saito 72 that I'd
like to keep within the cowl (as much as is practical) of a 5-lb to 6-lb
warbird that I have underway.

Thanks in advance for your feedback.

Jerry

--
Jerome A. Westphal

 
 
 

In-cowl muffler

Post by David AMA40795 / KC5 » Sun, 26 Jan 2003 12:02:11


Right here.....

http://www.slimlineproducts.com/4stroke.asp

David

On Fri, 24 Jan 2003 17:36:25 -0700, "Jerome A. Westphal"

Quote:

>Do they make Pitts style mufflers for 4-strokes?  I have a Saito 72 that I'd
>like to keep within the cowl (as much as is practical) of a 5-lb to 6-lb
>warbird that I have underway.

>Thanks in advance for your feedback.

>Jerry

>--
>Jerome A. Westphal


 
 
 

In-cowl muffler

Post by Normen Strobe » Sun, 26 Jan 2003 13:41:32


Doesn't look like Slimline makes one for the Saito 72.  Your other option
would be to buy a couple of elbows, and pipe the muffler to where you've got
room.



Quote:
> Do they make Pitts style mufflers for 4-strokes?  I have a Saito 72 that
I'd
> like to keep within the cowl (as much as is practical) of a 5-lb to 6-lb
> warbird that I have underway.

> Thanks in advance for your feedback.

> Jerry

> --
> Jerome A. Westphal

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In-cowl muffler

Post by Robbie and Laura Reynold » Wed, 29 Jan 2003 13:05:33


Quote:

> Doesn't look like Slimline makes one for the Saito 72.  Your other option
> would be to buy a couple of elbows, and pipe the muffler to where you've got
> room.

Or flexible tubing...
 
 
 

In-cowl muffler

Post by propelle » Sat, 01 Feb 2003 06:26:11


The ones for 80 and 91 will fit a 72

If there are additional brackets they may need adjustments though.

Jon



Quote:

> > Doesn't look like Slimline makes one for the Saito 72.  Your other
option
> > would be to buy a couple of elbows, and pipe the muffler to where you've
got
> > room.

> Or flexible tubing...