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Low cylinder compression - again, part III by Dan Luke
"Michael" wrote: Believe me, I know how you feel. I've just passed (hopefully) a bad patch of airplane ownership. One of those times when I'm sure the airplane hates me. That's what's really bothering me. Nowadays, flying the airplane fills me with feelings of mistrust and anxiety. The...
July 9th 03 02:33 PM
by Dan Luke Go to last post
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flying pics / denver by Tune2828
took a friend from work up early morning last monday - went around the outside of town - too hazy for downtown-- but a cool hot air balloon pic www.jamesvandellen.com/abovedenver.htm gotta get the red rocks and foothills developed. will add them soon never been to jeffco's restaurant-- but...
July 9th 03 05:54 AM
by Al Go to last post
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Dream Time -- Little help here? by Richard Kaplan
"Jim Fisher" wrote in message ... Just recently I saw a "stormscope" in a magazine devoted to Park and Recreation Department people. It's designed to allow Park and Rec directors to close/open outdoor events...
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July 9th 03 03:37 AM
by Greg Burkhart Go to last post
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Cirrus vs Mooney by Charles Talleyrand
As I understand it, a Cirrus has a much more roomy cabin, 100 lbs higher useful load, no retractable landing gear to maintain, is 10 kts slower, and costs $100,000 less. Why would anyone buy a Mooney? Heck, a new Cirrus costs less than a recently used Mooney. Who here would pick a two year old...
July 8th 03 11:35 PM
by James Blakely Go to last post
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Newsgroups and Email by Jim Weir
Hey, fellers... I was always taught that if a subject started in the newsgroups, it STAYED in the newsgroups. Lately it seems more and more that in answer to some aviation thread in these groups, I'm getting an email request for more information. Please, if it starts in these groups, let's KEEP...
July 8th 03 11:30 PM
by James Blakely Go to last post
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Priming the engine and Mag check questions by JDupre5762
A person told me it is better to push the primer slowly rather then quick shots. Slower is better on pulling out the primer as this allows the primer cylinder to draw in all the fuel it can take. Pushing the charge in quickly is probably best as the velocity may help in atomizing the...
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July 8th 03 09:35 PM
by Michael Go to last post
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AD on O-235-C2C? by Craig
wrote in message ... I was told by an aircraft appraiser that there's an expensive AD on the 108 hp C2C version of the Lycoming O-235 that comes due at overhaul time. He didn't have the AD number or any details, and I haven't...
July 8th 03 06:43 PM
by Dennis O'Connor Go to last post
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IFR upgrade on an Arrow by Sydney Hoeltzli
Frode Berg wrote: The plane I co-own is IFR ready, but has no autopilot or stormscope, no de-ice (no options for it either I think, Arrow 180) and a Garmin 95 VFR GPS. What would be the most immediate need to safely fly IFR single pilot, single engine? The autopilot (would get a...
July 8th 03 04:28 PM
by Ray Andraka Go to last post
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PDA Logbook? by Jean-Paul Roy
Francois, what is the link to get to this Palmlog freeware? Thanks Jean-Paul "FM3" a écrit dans le message news: ... I've been using Palmlog for 4 years and am very happy with it's features. The price is nice too...
July 8th 03 02:42 PM
by RJ Go to last post
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NTSB 830.5 & 830.15? by Mike Noel
Anyone happen to have these two NTSB regs handy? I'm reviewing for my BFR on Monday (haven't been flying for about 5 years) and haven't been able to access the NTSB site (www.ntsb.gov?). Thanks.
July 8th 03 05:51 AM
by Mike Noel Go to last post
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Ham Radio In The Airplane by Cy Galley
Why not wire one ear cup for your aviation and the other cup for ham operations? If there are no connections then you should be able to hear both. Use a hand held mic for one or the other. -- Cy Galley - Bellanca Champion Club Newsletter Editor & EAA TC www.bellanca-championclub.com Actively...
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July 8th 03 03:30 AM
by Cy Galley Go to last post
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Leasebacks? by d g b u t l e r
Richard Kaplan wrote: Did you ever have a real estate agent tell you that you can make money buying real estate and then leasing/renting it out? Did you believe that? My real-estate investments have *way* outperformed my stock investments the last couple of years. :-)
July 8th 03 12:28 AM
by Rick Cohen Go to last post
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Plane Pocket as a hangar? by Paul Tomblin
In a previous article, said: is endless. Does anyone have experience with this gadget? Apparently it opens hydraulically from a solar-charged battery. http://www.planepocket.com Since it's almost certain that you're a shill for the company, maybe you can answer why...
July 7th 03 10:42 PM
by III Go to last post
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New Prop on my Mooney Ovation by Charles Talleyrand
I have read that the main difference between the Ovation and the Ovation II is the better prop on the second airplane. Can one install the new prop on the old model. It's the same airplane and the same engine between both the Ovation and Ovation II, so the only worries are legal ones. Finally, I...
July 7th 03 10:30 PM
by Dan Luke Go to last post
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American Safety Flight Systems seat belts -- Help! by Paul Millner
Now that my daughter is in a belt-positioning booster, the belt is about 8" too short to go around her plus the seat Contact Aircraft Belts in Kemah Texas, they'll reweb that one belt 10" longer for you, and you're in... when I've been in a hurry, they've done one day turnarounds for me. Paul
July 7th 03 10:10 PM
by Ray Andraka Go to last post
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Corrosion X Applicators by Hankal
Corrosion X applicators. Some shops just mist or fog Corrosion X into the fuselage. Others will use long wands and spray it into the wings. Which is better or which is recommended by the manufacturer? Hank N1441P
July 7th 03 06:07 PM
by Javier Henderson Go to last post
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Best price Aeroshell 10W-50W? Where to buy from? by Paul Millner
P L E A S E get me a stock number. If I can get that, my local Sam's might be able to order it from distribution. Sams in Concord, CA used to have 15-50, I know they have 100. I'll look next time I'm over there, and write down the number. Paul
July 7th 03 04:23 PM
by TripFarmer Go to last post
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Tach 100rpm low by Ben Smith
Hello - Our mechanic verified my hunch that our tachometer is reading 100rpm low. (At all ranges). Should the tach be repaired, or replaced? (Or left alone?) Also, if I get a new one, is there a way to have the indicated hours made the same as the existing one? TIA --
July 7th 03 03:41 PM
by Ron Natalie Go to last post
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Avionics Swap Group by Jim Weir
I just established the Yahoo Group: for the private, noncommercial trading of general aviation electronic devices ("avionics") between individuals for use in their own aircraft. "Trading" goes to swapping for other avionics OR trading for paper pictures of old...
July 7th 03 02:27 PM
by Jim Weir Go to last post
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Cessna 172K Hawk XP startup procedure? by Andrew Boyd
Tommi Raitio wrote: starting the Continental IO-360-K engine The TCM fuel injected engines are sweet, pleasant, docile and simple to start, as opposed to the Lycoming fuel injection which is simple cold but can be a miserable fire-prone bitch to hot start. The TCM fuel injection is simple:
July 7th 03 01:40 AM
by Tom R Go to last post
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