P&W R-1830-92

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  1. math1733

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    Hello,

    I'm looking after a parts catalog of the P&W R-1830-92.

    I also like to know which kind of hydraulic pump, fuel pump fit this engine.

    Does someone has this?

    Thanks
     
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    Hydraulic - Might be a Pesco 1P583DE

    Fuel - Might be a Pesco An4101

    I assume your looking for the engine driven pump, not a boost pump.

    Hope this helps!
     
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    Yes this helps, I'm looking for all the information I can find on this engine to motorize a Fw190 full scale replica

    Thanks
     
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    If you're looking for those part try these guys;

    Warbird Relics
     
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    Excellent, thanks

    May I ask for the type of oil pump, Oil cooler and the fuel booster pump?
     
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    I think the oil pump migght be made by Pesco or Bendix, I can't find a part number. As far as the oil cooler and fuel boost pump, I'm not finding much in my references, I think there are several manufacturers.
     
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    Ok, thanks for your help
     
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    You might also try Precision Engines, 425-347-2800. They are THE rebuild facility for P&W radials, 1830-up, and they have some manuals for sale. Also consider the P&W R-2000. Designed to run on 100/115, so no derating with the lousy gas you get now. Same mounts, 1" larger diameter, 200 lbs heavier, and 250 more HP. (Specs from P&W Installation Manual)

    I think Flug Werke's "kit" for US customers was also set up for the R-2000.

    Bob
     
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    The pumps you are looking for are not in either the -92 or Twin Wasp S1C3G parts manuals. They are probably in the DC-3/C-47 manuals in the engine and hydraulics sections. Unfortunately, I don't have the aircraft manuals.:(

    Bob
     
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    Thanks for "Precision Engines", great shop.

    I've already thought about a R2000 but I'm doing a Jurca replica and the maximum power allowed is 1250 Hp. One has already flown in Germany and was made by Ulrich Bronner (see the picture).

    What is the difference between a -92 and a S1C3G ?

    I'm also looking about the type of accessoiries we could find in a Wildcat. It was the same engine and it's much more the same size in comparition of a DC3
     

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    Hi Marcel,

    >What is the difference between a -92 and a S1C3G ?

    This file (from Reference) might be of interest for you as it lists the R-1830 variants and their manufacturer, military and civilian designations:

    http://www.enginehistory.org/P&W/R-1830/R-1830Index.pdf

    Then again, it maybe lacks the kind of detail information you need. But at least it should be worth a quick look! :)

    Regards,

    Henning (HoHun)
     
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    Great, thanks

    So if I understand well, the R1830-92 and the S1C3G are the same.

    I have the maintenance manual here if someone needs it

    How ever, I'm looking for the parts catalog of this engine, If someone has it or know where I can download or buy it...

    Mathieu
     

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    Sorry dont have a maintenance manual but many thanks for the manual. Also will move this to whole thread to the engine manual area.
     
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    Accessories, pumps and such, are all about the same size. The DC-3/C-47 is the most common use for the 1830, and therefore, the most spares. The fuel pump requirement is the same, and the Wildcat doesn't use hydraulic gear retraction. Nice project!
    Bob
     
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    I think you're right.
    The best to do is a usual R1830 environnement except for the oil tank that I need more "aerobatic" or at least more compact like a mustang or T6 one's and a smaller hydraulic accumulator.

    Mathieu
     
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