“Zen-vair” and “Piet-vair” Discussion Groups, your resource.

Builders,

We run two private discussion groups, Zenvair and Pietvair. They are for builders using our conversions on  Zeniths and Pietenpols respectively.  These sites have very large data bases of factual information, all provided by known people with real names. If you printed the archives of either group, you would have a book several hundred pages long, made purely of good data.

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The groups are very friendly, effectively moderated, and have great graphic and picture information, and very organized formats. If you are building either one of these popular combinations, you should regard these as your #1 source of technical information, delivered with a batch of friendly encouragement. There is absolutely no cost to being part of these groups, They are moderated by well known members Corvair community, and the content is provided by your fellow builders.

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“Zenvair”

Moderator: Phil Maxson 

Number of Members: 110

Number of active Threads: 260

Number of Posts: 960

Sign up qualifications and information:

Zen Vair discussion group update, notes on joining

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“Pietvair”

Moderator: Terry Hand

Number of Members: 102

Number of active Threads: 337

Number of Posts: 1637

Sign up qualifications and information:

Piet Vair discussion group update, notes on joining

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Above, Phil Maxson with his Corvair powered 601 XL at Corvair College #24 in Barnwell SC. Read: Phil Maxson goes to 3,000 cc for his 601XL

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Above, Terry Hand (on left) and Bob Lester at the college in front of Terry’s project Pietenpol at Corvair College #33. Read: Terry Hand’s 2700 cc Pietenpol engine – w/Weseman 5th bearing .

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