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25 Jun 2019 18:39 #2084 by Henry Pasquet
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I lost climb and cruise with the canopy open. It also spread the canopy making it harder to close.

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25 Jun 2019 16:30 #2083 by Mike Then
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Thanks Henry. My M10 is basically an Alon, and I unlatch the canopy for more airflow. So yes, agree anything to improve the airflow is helpful! I would rather not unlatch the canopy, other than more than half way open. Thanks for the post/info...

Mike

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25 Jun 2019 13:20 #2082 by Henry Pasquet
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Yes. The air flow is better hot and cold. Flying an Alon in the summer can be unpleasant without them. It should take less than one hour and $20 to do it with no permanent changes to the airplane. Call me at 573-322-5747 if you would like to discuss it.
Henry

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25 Jun 2019 12:04 #2081 by Mike Then
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Henry-

Did your snap vents improve your heat flow last winter as you anticipated? Thanks...

Mike

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10 Oct 2018 21:20 #1690 by Henry Pasquet
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The Snap vents are model A-2-100. They are plastic. No scat tubing is needed. This is fast, effective and cheap. To me, it is a necessity.

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10 Oct 2018 21:08 #1689 by John Jones
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Do you have a part number for the snap vent, and are they plastic? Did you use scat tubing as described on the Ercoupe Info site www.ercoupe.info/?n=Main.AlonAircoupeCabinVentilation ?

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