Mark Jones' KR-2S Oil Cooling System.
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I have completed my oil cooler air box and air feed tube. Facing the plane from the front, you can see that I have installed an air inlet just below the engine air inlet duct. This is a two inch aluminum flange which has the scat tubing connected to it inside the cowl. To route the scat tube, I actually fiberglassed part of the scat tube to the inside of the cowl. From there it goes to the oil cooler box that encloses the oil cooler which is attached to the firewall. The oil cooler box is simply made from a foam mold, laid up with a couple layers of fiberglass. Once cured the foam was removed and the assembly was installed.