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From the Archives – Fifty Years Ago
By Ian Brown, EAA 657159, Editor, Bits and Pieces, Board Member, EAA Canada Council
August 2021 – I found this article, WARMING THE 0-200 by Harry Barr (EAA 7134), from August 50 years ago to be very interesting. The first thing that caught my eye was that the author came from Guelph, Ontario, where I trained for my PPL. I never met him, but wonder if any of our readers ever did. He seems to have been quite the engine whiz. The article is about getting the most out of your standard aircraft engine by balancing every component and smoothing the inlet and exhaust gas ports to a mirror finish. If you want to get involved in doing this to your engine, read on — fascinating stuff!View the Article