Fits Cessna 120, 150, 140, and PA-22 Tripacer. Order filter, gaskets, studs & pins separately.
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Unit was a good fit on MA3-SPA carb on my Corvair-powered Sonex. Its low profile enabled simplification and streamlining of the cowl installation. I am pleased. It would have been nice if it shipped with a gasket between it and the carb.
Good value for the dollar. Had to make some minor adjustments to fit my Citabria but all in all, very happy.
Great Box for the price you pay. However be prepared to drill couple holes for the bracket and like mentioned you may need to widen the hole slightly for the cable. For the price its decent quality and will give years of trouble free. I have installed this exact box back in 2007. No issues.
Great quality. The only negative is that I had to drill two holes for a support bracket, one hole for the cotter pin to go through on the hose, and widen the hole for the cable bolt to go through.
The body is very thin material. The lever arm is even thinner. I dont expect it to last long before cracking. Nutplates were not centered in the holes or or flanges.
Good buy for the money but there are a couple issues. The valve is held in with low grade Allen head bolts and elastic stop nuts which I donâ€™t think is a good idea for something that sees a lot of heat. The friction lock on the side wasnâ€™t built properly either. In the fully closed position it barely has any friction and in the fully open position the tab doesnâ€™t touch the serrated teeth at all.
Guage of material to fabricate the Carb Heat box was thinner than a previous example. The control arm for the carb heat was too long. It would have made contact with the carburetor. I needed to cut it back to the length of the previous heat box. The incoming port for Carb heat had an extension that was too long. This airplane has a turned duct that get attached to the port extension. If I left it as received, the turned duct would have contacted aluminum breather line. I cut the extension back to about 1. All worked out. Carb heat box now installed on airplane.
Very cheaply made. Non or the edges are straight where the air filter mounts. The one I got looks terrible.
Purchase this box in 2005. About 600 hours in use. Bushing hole elongated. due to vibration. Good value for the money. Purchase another for replacement Sept 2020. Not near the quality of the same 2005 model. They cheapened the metal in the box to the point it might as well be made out of cardboard, I installed the unit until I can find an overhaul kit for old Spruce box. It flexes so much at the neck wonâ€™t last 100 hours. Also agree with other posters not a straight edge on the thing and ratchet bar barely touches. Find a new supplier please..
Yes, it will fit that carb.
From bottom of box to the top of the mounting flange is approx. 3-1/8", box is 3-3/4" wide, approx. 5-1/2" long not including the angled air filter section of the unit.
Approx 2-1/2" from center to center.
This product is not FAA Approved. The manufacturer can make these for the Cessna 140. Please contact our sales department for price and lead time on the special order box.
No the studs are not included with this airbox.
The filter is not included with this unit. Use filter p/n: 08-01542.