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Air-regulating-cone retaining plate used for kfish adjustment of the warm up transmitter. I saw a whole kfish tool kit on ebay a few months ago, but, it was too rich for my blood.

If the tool is NLA can someone give me the dimensions of the parts: width of span, thickness etc.

Thanks guys,

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The warm up regulator I made is a red devil putty knife with a 14mm X 14mm cut out in the end.

The other measures the cold gap of the warm up regulator. It is a piece of aluminum ground to 2.5mm at the end

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The warm up regulator I made is a red devil putty knife with a 14mm X 14mm cut out in the end.

The other measures the cold gap of the warm up regulator. It is a piece of aluminum ground to 2.5mm at the end

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