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    Default Short Stirling - Part identification

    Hello,

    Is there anybody here with a technical knowledge, who can help me to identify this part from a Short Stirling, made by brass, a banjo bolt with copper washers and tube connections. Further a tube shaped as a funnel.

    My guess could be a pitot tube, to measure air pressure, or something to do with owerflow of fuel or oil.

    Links to photos:

    https://image.ibb.co/c24ODA/44376095...31249920-n.jpg

    https://image.ibb.co/cuRW0q/44488195...04308480-n.jpg

    https://image.ibb.co/hFy0tA/44683179...57371392-n.jpg


    Regards

    Finn Buch

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    Hi Finn,

    I suggest you try posting on Facebook page 'Factory Stamps ww2 aircraft', they seem to have some pretty knowledgeable members.

    Keith

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    Hi Keith,

    I took a look at the website mentioned by you. You are correct, they are "digging" much in factory stamps and manuals.

    Finn

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