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Durango, CO by [email protected]
Is the glider port still active in Durango Colorado? Asking for someone traveling through there next month who wants to get a ride
Today 01:33 PM
by AS Go to last post
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Reducing collision hazard at contests by Steve Koerner
Here's a conceptually simple idea for contest pilots to rattle around... I believe it would be highly effective at reducing dangerous big gaggles that happen during contests. The desirables are that it doesn't damage the sport, it's effective at improving safety, it's easy to understand and it's...
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Today 06:00 AM
by krasw Go to last post
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Glide computer in certified glider by Wade G
In short, What is required to install a non-TSO’d moving map flight computer IN the panel of my certified glider? A 337 mess? WG
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Today 05:43 AM
by 2G Go to last post
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LxNav USB hub? by Jonathan St. Cloud
Just purchased the Wifi option for the LXNAV 9070. Currently I have a USB extension plugged into the only USB port on LX, then mounted on the panel fairing by my legs. This way I have access to the USB and all the data transfer without removing canopy to access port. My question is, can anyone...
Today 04:06 AM
by Jonathan St. Cloud Go to last post
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GliderLink - New team soaring app for airborne location sharing by [email protected]
I'm excited to announce a new soaring app I've developed called GliderLink. The app shows your location and the location of nearby gliders on a moving map. You can see the other gliders' callsign, relative altitude, heading, and vertical speed. That's about it right now; it's very simple. The value...
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Today 03:45 AM
by Ben Hirashima Go to last post
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2-33 salvage by Waveguru
This 2-33 is up for a salvage bid. If you look at the photos, there is no vario in the glider! Boggs
Today 02:46 AM
by Darryl Ramm Go to last post
6 21
Libelle by Ross[_3_]
So this is a bit of a strange story. Up for sale last week on Ebay was this old lady: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Standard-Libelle-Glasflugel-Glider-First-Registered-in-1976-/252990052032?hash=item3ae761d6c0:g:ztMAAOSwCkZZQCZX&vxp=mtr And less than a week later, without even changing pictures or...
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Yesterday 09:21 PM
by Ross[_3_] Go to last post
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NACA 65(2)-415 Templates? by LongJourney
Does anyone know how I could get a set of templates for my Standard Austria S? The airfoil is NACA 65(2)-415. Thanks, Jeff
Yesterday 07:48 PM
by SoaringXCellence Go to last post
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A Simple Question About LiFePO4 Batteries by [email protected]
Not to start another chapter in "Battery Wars" but I have a simple question about "drop in" LiFePO4 battery replacements for SLA batteries in gliders. For years, I've used an SLA battery with the same footprint as the common glider size of 7Ah to 9Ah--i.e., 5.95" x 2.56"--except a little...
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Yesterday 02:58 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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TT21/TN72 power consumption by jfitch
For those of you contemplating this, I've made some rough power measurements. Sitting in my shop with a clear view towards the airport, the TT21 is reporting nearly constant interrogations, and drawing between 120 and 150 ma. The TN72 alone draws about 70 ma. When both are powered and broadcasting...
Yesterday 12:34 AM
by Craig Funston[_3_] Go to last post
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Becker AR 620x radio - seems a little quiet? by jfitch
I finally got my new radio wired, the audio seems a little quiet compared to the old Dittel 71. Same speaker, 4 ohm as spec'd. I remember the Dittel being pretty loud, kept the volume knob set to the lower half of rotation. The Becker even at 100% is far from earsplitting, and maybe not loud...
May 19th 18 10:47 PM
by jfitch Go to last post
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GlidePort.aero - how to send a link by [email protected].com
I can't seem to send a usable link of one of my flight logs to a friend. The friend is not logged into Glideport. The link I copied from when I was looking at the track (and logged in) shows no tracks when the friend uses the link. A link to a search by pilot name, with my name, works when I log...
May 19th 18 07:08 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Dittel Speaker Box by AS
Would anyone have a single line diagram for a Dittel Speaker Box for two microphones? Mine is acting up and I found one additional cable soldered in - can't figure out what it is for and would like to find out what it connects to. Thanks, Uli 'AS'
May 19th 18 03:29 AM
by AS Go to last post
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Lark IS29-D2 owners and pilots? by Jan Zanutto
I bought a single seat Lark and am beginning to build some time in it. Just wondering if there are any other Lark guys out there. I made a page on facebook as well if anyone of you wants to connect there. I had some time in the 2 place years ago, seemed to be a good flyer for what it was. I...
May 18th 18 03:24 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
1 33
Brazov IS29-D2 Lark parts needed. by [email protected]
I have a 1979 Brazov IS29-D2 Lark. The rubber donuts are starting to wear out and get brittle on the main gear shock absorber. Does anyone know where I could get replacements? Either used from another glider, or manufactured new by someone who can match the donuts to the original spec?
May 18th 18 03:13 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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L-13 Vivat motorglider by [email protected]
Op woensdag 10 februari 1999 09:00:00 UTC+1 schreef Jon Vedum: Does anyone have practical experience with this plane? We are discussing buying one, so thanks for any comments. -- Jon Hi All, Are still parts for this plane for sale? I searched on line but not much luck. It might be my...
May 18th 18 11:57 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Landing with reduced airbrake by Richard McLean[_2_]
Hi guys, Our club is having a discussion about the merits of reducing airbrake on short final (well before the flare) in order to reduce the rate of descent on the last part of finals - in particular after using full airbrake to correct an overshoot i.e. you are still overshooting but reduce...
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May 18th 18 08:24 AM
by Richard McLean[_2_] Go to last post
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technology for manufacturing less-expensive sailplanes? by [email protected]
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-arevo-3dbike/silicon-valley-startup-peddles-3d-printed-bike-idUSKCN1II1LO "... the world’s first carbon fiber bicycle with 3D-printed frame. .... to demonstrate its design software and printing technology, which it hopes to use to produce parts for bicycles,...
May 18th 18 05:47 AM
by Tango Whisky Go to last post
3 40
Any interference from the Genasun LFP solar charger controller? by jfitch
I've seen them mounted in various places, under the seat pan would be ideal but I'm a bit painted into a corner at this point and it would need to be mounted in the panel, fairly near the radio and the ISU for the Air Vario. They claim these are well shielded, but I've been misled before by...
May 18th 18 03:41 AM
by jfitch Go to last post
2 27
Better self rigging system by Steve Cameron
I'm sure someone has come up with a much more user friendly system for self rigging vs. what I'm currently doing. My new to me DG400 is in an older Minden trailer, which is tucked inside a T-hangar behind a Cessna 182(high wing). To get the DG out I first have to pull the 182 out, than roll the...
May 17th 18 08:57 PM
by Brad Alston Go to last post
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