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PA28-200 Systems

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I was studying Arrow systems and got some questions. First, which kind of flaps does it has? And, how does oil flows trough the system? (From the sump goes yo where and then to where?) Thanks for your help! Couldnt find that in the POH.

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  1. Brian on Aug 22, 2013

    Every arrow I’ve seen has split flaps. From the sump it’s pulled up through to the oil pump, thermostat (where it either passes through if cool or if warm is sent to the oil cooler), next to the oil filter, past the oil drain and up into the engine where it is distributed to more than a dozen locations. For that detail you’re better off just looking at the diagram:


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  2. Brian on Aug 22, 2013

    Plain flaps, not split flaps, apologies.

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