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Sept. 21 Update by DHeitm8612
* The September 21, 2003 update includes 74 new links, 5 updates, and 25 deletions. Total Links listed: 10,0621. A HREF=" http://members.aol.com/dheitm8612/page2.htm"Stalag 13 Aviation Links/A http://members.aol.com/dheitm8612/page2.htm
September 19th 03 04:39 AM
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p-51 intercoolers by Cliff
Did all P-51s have intercoolers(aftercoolers) and where did the cooling air enter the cowling and where was it exhausted? Thanks.
September 16th 03 07:35 PM
by John Kunkel Go to last post
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San Jose, CA area tie downs/ by Rose Goetsch
Anyone have a website or a reference for looking up available tie down space in the San Jose, Ca area? We might be moving in the next couple of months and I want to find a place to tie down a C182. I have looked up the area airports but am more interested in some personal recomendations since I...
September 15th 03 04:51 AM
by Marty Shapiro Go to last post
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Vintage & Warbird mailing list. by Darryl Gibbs
If you are interested in Vintage or Warbird aircraft, you can join the Vintage and Warbird mailing list by sending a blank e-mail to the following address: or you can join by filling out your e-mail address in the sign up box provided at...
September 13th 03 09:53 AM
by Darryl Gibbs Go to last post
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Diesel engines for Planes Yahoo Group Jodel Diesel is Isuzu Citroen Peugeot by Roland M
Just letting you know about a yahoo group that is interested in using diesel. engines in Planes and Gyros. Some Planes already exist and are using diesel car engines. Like Dieselis/ Isuzu cast iron block going into production. Same engineer with a different plane using a 1.4ltr Citroen Jodel using...
September 13th 03 12:44 AM
by Roland M Go to last post
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six engines - what the heck was that? by Norm Soley
I was overflown today by an aircraft that I can't figure out what it was. I didn't get at look until I was due aft of it but I was suprised to see three engine nacelles on each wing. Prop aircraft, possibly in military low-vis colours. This was about 100km west of Ottawa, Canada so I'm assuming it...
September 12th 03 01:41 PM
by mrhct Go to last post
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aviation coins by rose
I have a set of Coins from Newfoundland that are all aviation coins!!! Check out my auction: http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3045925494&category=3378&rd=1
September 12th 03 01:22 PM
by rose Go to last post
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human flight by patrick timony
Is anyone experimenting with human powered flight based on flapping wing aerodynamics (hovering wing motion rather than soaring)? I have a number of ideas and would love to exchange thoughts on the subject. Some of them are as follows: Materials: light, strong, sandwich-layered foam like...
September 10th 03 09:55 PM
by patrick timony Go to last post
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So much for tort reform. by Roy Smith
This has got to be one of the most assinine rulings I've ever heard of. Take a look at http://www.nytimes.com/2003/09/09/nyregion/09WIRE-SUIT.html?hpZ
September 10th 03 07:35 PM
by RobertR237 Go to last post
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Historic Fly-By at Meigs Field today.... by BEEPER708
The National Air Tour ( http://www.nationalairtour.org ) in their WWI and WWII vintage aircraft did a symbolic fly-by past Meigs Field today on Chicago's Lakefront. If you're interested in checking out some photo's, visit http://www.DemolitionDick.com and click on the Headline for that story. It...
September 10th 03 01:23 AM
by BEEPER708 Go to last post
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Turbomeca Makila engines by Bill Harrison
Hello all, Could somebody please specify the type of fuel used by Turbomeca Makila engines fitted to helicopters like Eurocopter "Super Pumas." Thanks, Bill
September 8th 03 09:50 AM
by Bill Harrison Go to last post
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Question for business jet pilots, movie S.W.A.T. by Jeffrey
Hi folks. A question, if I may. In the film "S.W.A.T.", a commandeered Learjet is descending for a landing on a bridge. The pilot or copilot is going through checklists and he says, "Go to 'forty percent flaps.' " I'm a private pilot, and I use DEGREES of flaps (10, 20, or 30 -- and once, in a...
September 8th 03 03:45 AM
by BEEPER708 Go to last post
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Reno Air Race Tickets/Section B by Patrick Melly
For sale: 10 tickets for the Reno Air Races. Sunday Sept. 14. Seats are in Section B, Rows 25, 26, and 27. $35 per ticket (face value) Patrick Melly (310) 398-7082 home
September 8th 03 03:44 AM
by Patrick Melly Go to last post
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Looking for a flight instructor by Gregory Kozlovsky
I am looking for a flight instructor and/or a flight instructor recommendation in the USA. I have PPL/IR. My goal is to get flight test preparation for the Commercial (all the requirement have been fulfilled) and to get aerobatic training. I live in Europe and will have limited time in the US, so...
September 7th 03 11:49 PM
by Gregory Kozlovsky Go to last post
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Polikarpov Po-2 manual online by Mr.Twistair
Some moths ago somebody here was looking for Polikarpov Po-2 (U-2) operating/maintenance manual. It's now available online, free of charge, page-by-page scanned from original 1937 book. See at http://twistairclub.narod.ru/u2/encontens.htm Cheets, MT
September 7th 03 12:24 PM
by Mr.Twistair Go to last post
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Boeing 777-200ER longest route by John Hilt
On 16 Aug 2003 12:52:53 -0700 Emo Dyulgerov wrote: Can somebody tell me which is the longest route B777-200ER is flying on? Yes ... http://www.asiatraveltips.com/travelnews2002/10June2002Boeing.shtml The Boeing 777-200ER is one of the longest-range and most technologically advanced aircraft...
September 5th 03 09:52 AM
by John Hilt Go to last post
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Three View Drawing of Gulfstream? by Brent
Where can I find a three view drawing of a Gulfstream 4 or 5? If it's online, I need it to print out in scale since my dad will be using it to build a wood model from.
September 5th 03 04:56 AM
by Brent Go to last post
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September 6 Update by DHeitm8612
* The September 6, 2003 update includes 22 new links, 2 updates, and 52 deletions. Total Links listed: 10,610. A HREF=" http://members.aol.com/dheitm8612/page2.htm"Stalag 13 Aviation Links/A http://members.aol.com/dheitm8612/page2.htm
September 5th 03 04:18 AM
by DHeitm8612 Go to last post
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FS: Soft Comm ATC-4Y 4 place portable intercom, $75.00 by Jaysen Underhill
FS: Soft Comm ATC-4Y 4 place portable intercom, $75.00 Hands-Free Transmission with Voice Activated (VOX) Circuitry PREVENTS "word-clipping". Exclusive "Y" Block allows either the pilot or co-pilot to transmit through the intercom. A back-up combination push-to-talk switch and LED is conveniently...
September 4th 03 04:41 AM
by Jaysen Underhill Go to last post
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Aircraft Walkaround Center updated by Robert Lundin
I have updated the site with 4 new walkarounds: - SG-38 glider - Alouette III 'Grasshoppers' - Kamov Ka 26 - C-47 Skytrain / Dakota Welcome in :-) Robert Lundin
September 3rd 03 10:53 PM
by Robert Lundin Go to last post
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