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15 Feb 2018 12:52 #1413 by Mike Then
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Ideally, 180-200 is best to boil off moisture/bad stuff. Though it is nice to have a cowl structure that provides such good airflow, anything below 150 is not good.

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14 Feb 2018 19:46 #1409 by Gordie Meade
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Interesting. I have no clue as here in Florida, even in the dead of winter the oil temp is in the 140s and in the summer near 200.

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14 Feb 2018 15:20 #1406 by Mike Then
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Well, I'll answer my own post.

Yes, you can expect a 10-15 degree F higher temps when you cover the opening below the propeller. Conditions were OAT 35F, 2200 rpm, 110F oil temp rose to 120-125.

Mike

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09 Feb 2018 12:51 #1402 by Mike Then
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Hi, I am a new M10 owner.

Does anyone have Alon or M10 experience using the winterization kit? Basically, a plate covering the cowl opening below the prop.

I see where the 415 guys/gals use it, and report about 10 degrees F warmer oil temps, or higher.

Just wondering if I could expect about the same performance on an M10. I would think so.

Thanks!

Mike

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