This page is a catch-all for technical information on Grumman Tigers, Grumman Cheetahs and Grumman Traveler.  Some of the stuff is quite controversial.  Like, sodium filled valves for example.  Another might be, my choice of oil.  It isn't likely my break-in procedure will find wide acceptance either.  You be the judge.

Type Certificate Data Sheets:

AA5:  This is TCDS A16EA.  It covers the Grumman-American/(fill in the blank) AA5x series planes.

Supplemental Type Certificate:

STC's:  This is an old file from AYA.  It's amazing that STCs are so hard to find on the internet. 

Dumb Design Decisions:

Design:  This is one of my favorite topics.  I've spent a lot of time in committees.

Articles:

Setting the Engine Idle
Initial Break-in of a New Engine 
Sodium filled valves in Lycoming engines

Fuel and Oil Hoses:

Hoses for Tiger:  Over the years I've changed the sizes to those I think fit best.  Here they are.
Hoses for Cheetah:

Wiring Diagrams:

1976 and 1977   This is a basic wiring diagram for the earlier AA5x series. 
1978 and 1979   This is a basic wiring diagram for the later AA5x series. 

Other links you might like:

LyCon Aircraft Engines
Aircraft Fabrics & ( Ultra Leather and Ultra Suede )
Exhaust Systems [Power Flow Systems, (888) 327-8140]
Line Drawings of Grummans
Grumman Technical Specifications
Electrical Systems (AeroElectric)
Custom Designed Paint Schemes
Precision Engine (Bill Scott)
NACA Flush Inlets (NACA-MR-A5E23, 1945)
NACA Flush Inlets (NACA-ACR-5120, 1945)
NACA Flush Inlets (NACA-RM-A7130, 1948)
NACA Flush Inlets (The scoop on the NACA scoop.)
Effect of Inlet Air Temperature and Cylinder Displacement Charge Temperture (NACA-WR-E-129, 1944)