Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Ichiban, Tuesday 15th Sep, 2015.
This P-51 Mustang replica flies with a Honda Odyssey engine
How cool is that?
I was about to post the same but saw your post. Very cool I must say, but I have a question: Since the planes do barrel rolls or vertical climbs, how does the lubrication works in such a scenario? wouldn't it suffer from oil starvation if it pulls a lot of Gs in a hard climb?
Perhaps some form of swirl pot?
However I'm going to miss the Vulcan, by far my favourite war bird. I was at bruntingthorpe in 09' when the Victor took off by "mistake".
That is cooooool !!
They probably convert to a dry sump system whereby oil is pumped in from a oil reservoir which is separate from the engine.
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