On Friday 23 Apr 2004 4:11 pm, Vivian Meazza wrote:
> Jon Stockill wrote
> > They were particularly impressed
> > with the Seahawk and hunter models, so if Vivian wants to do
> > a Seafire version of his spitfire model I'm sure they'd be
> > happy to supply some information.
> The thought had crossed my mind :-) and the transformation into a Seafire
> MkIB or MkIIC would be trivial. Got to get the Spitfire IIa working
> properly first, though.
I work for the MoD, and if you think we could get anything useful I'm prepared
to write to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight  and ask them for
information. P7350 is a MkIIa: "the oldest airworthy Spitfire in the world
and the only survivor of the Battle of Britain still flying" .
When I was reading the thread about the boost control valve, I couldn't help
thinking that we could contact an engineer who would have a definitive
answer. Any good?
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