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Cleaning windows by FMO
We will be renting an Archer for the week to tour the state and take some aerial photos - as it is a rental all the windows are probably going to be dirty - so what is good for cleaning them ? Thanks V.
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November 27th 09 03:32 AM
by Morgans[_2_] Go to last post
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P-63 (?) Airacobra/Kingcobra power question by Ricky
A question for the physics-minded among us, or for anyone who just has the answer. I have heard the Airacobra was underpowered and that got me to thinking; Does having an engine at the middle of the fuselage (in any plane for that matter, like the XP-58) and connected by a long shaft contribute to...
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November 27th 09 12:35 AM
by Franklin[_19_] Go to last post
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Economical Tickets - Student Flight Deals to Chennai India by New York Sify Tripz Travels
Economical Tickets - Student Flight Deals to Chennai India If you are in the market looking for the best bargain in air tickets you need look no further. Now flying to India, on a flight from New York to Bombay or Delhi just starting at 300 USD, is more economical than ever. You can get your...
November 26th 09 12:33 PM
by New York Sify Tripz Travels Go to last post
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failure of an auto engine by Steve Hix[_2_]
In article , wrote: On Nov 25, 11:16 am, Jeffrey Bloss wrote: The failure of an auto engine is an apple compared to the failure of an aircraft engine, the orange. Why...
November 26th 09 12:05 AM
by Steve Hix[_2_] Go to last post
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Lowrance Airmap 100 databse load by [email protected]
Folks, I have a Lowrance Airmap 100 and a new (not current, but close) database. I've tried to load the database, but the jeppson.exe program says "Must be run from the floppy drive". The problem is that the database file is too large for a 1.44MB floppy. I've never done this before, so can...
November 25th 09 08:25 PM
by Joe Gores Go to last post
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Paddlewheels versus Propellers by [email protected]
Ron Wanttaja wrote: Years ago, when there was a controversy as to whether paddles or propellers were most efficient for ships, the British came up with a simple test: They built two identical ships, with identical engines, one with paddles and one with a prop. They...
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November 23rd 09 07:58 PM
by Jon Woellhaf Go to last post
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Aviation Insurance by Mark
I remember a couple of years ago doing a search of where mandatory Aviation Insurance is required for small plane owners, and it revealed that only 3 American states had mandatory requirements. South Carolina was one, and I don't remember what the other 2 states were. Well, talking to a fellow at...
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November 23rd 09 03:26 PM
by Ross Go to last post
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Time-lapsed flight from KMEI to KMBO - Video to music by [email protected]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5USpNYqPMU http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N1943L/history/20091115/1740Z/KMEI/KMBO My return trip from Meridian last week with a little "Microsoft additive". Thought the music was quite fitting for the surfing over and under the scattered cloud...
November 22nd 09 02:49 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Gay NorthWest Airlines pilots nearly kill 144 passengers while doing tubesteak boogie at 37,000 feet by Gray Ghost
"Matt Barrow" wrote in : "Wilson Woods" wrote in message ... Darkwing wrote: ...
November 22nd 09 06:34 AM
by Gray Ghost Go to last post
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Thursday's Pop quiz by Mark
Given a mean sea level designated as A, if a distance of 1,173 ft is required for a plane to take off when the temperature is 73 degrees F, and 1,356 ft when the temp. is 86 degrees F, then what distance is required when the temp. is 79.5 degrees, and given a different elevation (B) in which a...
November 21st 09 12:41 AM
by Mark Go to last post
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Troll info and tactics by Private
This is a repeat of an earlier post that may be of some interest again. http://trollcentral.com/ http://www.teamtechnology.co.uk/troll.htm and http://www.teamtechnology.co.uk/troll-tactics.html More at...
November 17th 09 11:32 PM
by Franklin[_19_] Go to last post
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VOR Alpha into KMBO Approach with plate overlays and ATC COMS - Video by [email protected]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGHOqX4sHkI I post this as I hope others can learn from my mistakes. Comments here or on the video most appreciated. I kinda got RIGHTFULLY chewed out by ATC today while doing the VOR Alpha approach. I mistook an instruction by the controller as...
November 16th 09 11:19 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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How do most of you pilots set up a flight plan and what nav-aids doyou use. by Bob Nixon
1st of all my only piloting is with ,46-1.0cu inch internal combustion piston engine powered radio control airplanes but in my recent quest for some military knowledge I was treated decently here and directed to the proper group by more than one of your members. My question is; when you file a...
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November 16th 09 07:31 AM
by MikeW[_2_] Go to last post
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Need a Usenet computer guru opinion please by Dudley Henriques[_2_]
Assuming I'll be separating the troll answers to this post from the useful information, I need an answer to a Usenet question if anyone wants to take a moment to try and help with a bad situation. To the regulars, bear with me on this as I need this answer to fit some missing pieces together. I am...
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November 14th 09 07:39 PM
by Franklin[_18_] Go to last post
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Bendix/King KT 76C Transponder by mike ross
On Oct 28, 5:49*pm, " [email protected] verizon.net wrote: Hello flyers, I have a Bendix King KT76C Transponder for auction on eBay http://tinyurl.com/ylczysj Starting price is $199.00. *It works great. *I am only selling it because I bought a Garmin 330.
November 14th 09 07:07 PM
by mike ross Go to last post
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Jeffrey blossoms at lunch time by Franklin[_17_]
Why do Jeffrey Bloss's posts blossom at lunch time? Is there something vitriolic in his food? If Jeffrey doesn't finish his posts at lunch time then he carries on at 5 or 6 pm. The timing of Jeffrey's posts last came to attention when he was posting as "David W". David W posts appeared in...
November 13th 09 07:10 PM
by hummingbird[_3_] Go to last post
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First time passenger in a GA plane - Video by [email protected]
I post this 8 minute video with the hopes others can share tips on what they do to make first time passengers comfortable on their first flight. Comments here or in the video most appreciated. Video starts with me explaining the process from startup, to runup, take off, cruise and landing trying...
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November 12th 09 09:40 PM
by a[_3_] Go to last post
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(OT) (O.T.) A *very* interesting post. by Frank Camper
On Mon, 09 Nov 2009 02:38:17 -0800, John Corliss wrote: While doing a little research into the "frell" remailer, I found this post to the alt.test newsgroup. If you're tired of the trolls and forgeries to this group, the message at this link will definitely clarify a lot of things: ...
November 11th 09 02:16 PM
by Frank Camper Go to last post
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The Death Of Bear Bottoms by Jeffrey Bloss
We can only hope. I have found out the Truth. William "Billy Bob Bear" Bottoms, ex aviator/drug smuggler was ordered to Cease And Desist from posting to Usenet. It seems that Jacqueline Bottoms name was associated with Bear Bottoms notorious Usenet posting history and this denigrated her status as...
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November 10th 09 12:54 PM
by hummingbird[_3_] Go to last post
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How about some talk about flying? by Mike Ash
Since this group is being overwhelmed by an incredible quantity of crap, and contains virtually no actual reasonable on-topic posts, here's a little attempt to switch things up. I wrote this message to my club, but it ought to fit in here OK. Even though it's not about big complicated machines...
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November 9th 09 04:53 AM
by Mike Ash Go to last post
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