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ozzietriker

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About ozzietriker

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  • Aircraft
    Microlight
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    Sydney
  • Country
    Australia
  1. Thanks for all the constructive feedback gents, I really appreciate it - tailwinds 🙂
  2. Thanks Onetrack for your feedback and much appreciated mate, I generally replace all my zip ties annually so it's not a problem 🙂
  3. Hey thanks Downunder and that's great to hear. Yes the ceramic coating is holding well so far also thanks, it was well worth the $300 investment.
  4. Thanks for the feedback and that's great to hear 🙂
  5. Hi All, I'd love to hear anyones experience and any feedback good or bad regarding silicone hoses used on Rotax 912ULS engine and whether if this is appropriate? I recently completed a Rotax 5 year rubber replacement on my engine and replaced the one inch stiff ribbed style hose with a silicone one inch heater hose. This silicone hose flex (refer to pictures) easily meets/exceeds the temperature and pressure requirements of this system and there are no kinks when hot or cold. I would love to hear anyones opinions/feedback on whether if this was a good idea or not.
  6. Thanks very much everyone for your replies & I appreciate it! tailwinds :)
  7. Hi all, Can anyone tell me where I could buy Loctite Anti Seize 8151 (or equivilent) for use on muffler ball joints on a Rotax 912ULS exhaust? I was hoping to source some locally in Brisbane CBD area. Thanks in advance :)
  8. Onetrack, it's purely for surface protection and good looks. Guaranteed to make the machine looking more sexy now hehe..
  9. Thanks Skippydiesel for that suggestion and i'll be sure to check it out :)
  10. Hi all, I'm doing my 5 yearly Rotax rubber replacement and could anyone please tell me where can I get a replacement hose to this black ribbed style coolant hose? (pictures attached) it has an internal diameter of 1 inch and wall is 4mm wide. It looks like straight heater hose but it needs to handle 130' Celcius (unlike car radiator hoses which are only good for 80-90'C). I am thinking that silicone type hoses are the way to go due their high temperature tolerance and excellent ageing characteristics. Unfortunately I am unable to get this hose from Bert Floods as it is a non-Rotax part. Th
  11. Just had my 912 exhaust system ceramic coated yesterday in Turbo-Black colour at Competition Coatings in Acherfield BNE $300 - very happy with the job (pictures attached). Thanks fellas for your advice and opinions :) cheers, Andrew
  12. Thanks Skippydiesel for the information & much appreciated! I will be at my machine tomorrow and will take some pics of my cooling system hoses for you. Cheers
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