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Old 04-09-2019, 05:53 PM   #21
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When the coolant PSI was 30 or higher, or 1.5PSI higher than the atmospheric pressure, the valve would pop. According to the maintenance manual (which not only has info for maintenance, but other details like this as well, for many different systems. It's big, a ~600 page manual split between two halves). Aftercoolant popped at 18-20PSI.
Apparently, according to Rich, if the aftercoolant popped, then you were really screwed. Popping the coolant wasn't as big a deal.
this is what you typed "When the coolant PSI was 30 or higher, or 1.5PSI higher than the atmospheric pressure" how i suposed to understant that becouse 30PSI is alredy twice the atmosphereic pressure already
ok i did read this part of manual 1-1/2 psi is vacuum relief valve ok i get it now 1-1/2 below atmospheric pressure

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Old 05-18-2019, 01:39 AM   #22
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Giving this a bump. I have heard cooling is getting an overhaul in the warbirds, down the road. I don't want this to be missed.
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Old 05-20-2019, 06:42 PM   #23
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yeah venting steam after long taxi with tail wind
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