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Forum: Home Built January 17th 06, 01:31 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 567
Posted By clipclip
a pad heater glued to the bottom of the oil pan...

a pad heater glued to the bottom of the oil pan will keep the engine nice and warm through most temperatures if you have a blanket on the engine cowl. however, unless your system also heats the...
Forum: Piloting January 17th 06, 01:22 PM
Replies: 103
Views: 1,666
Posted By clipclip
i'd say pretty much the same thing but in a...

i'd say pretty much the same thing but in a different way - i have seen many well-off pilots who (implicitly) think that having a glass cockpit with the latest of everything is almost equivalent to a...
Forum: General Aviation January 7th 06, 01:56 AM
Replies: 8
Views: 1,478
Posted By clipclip
you might be looking at a tape of a caribou...

you might be looking at a tape of a caribou canadian air force transport plane at gimli, manitoba which IIRC, took off with its gust locks in place. it was being filmed because this was a test...
Forum: General Aviation January 7th 06, 01:46 AM
Replies: 12
Views: 1,458
Posted By clipclip
a tornado would have to be a LOT more speed than...

a tornado would have to be a LOT more speed than just a fraction of a klik to have any hope of catching it.

in a realistic intercept scenario, the tornado would have to be scrambled, climb to...
Forum: Soaring January 7th 06, 01:22 AM
Replies: 25
Views: 1,807
Posted By clipclip
i'm certainly not that knowledgeable person, but...

i'm certainly not that knowledgeable person, but i have heard people whom i would consider quite knowledgeable say that the orientation of the winglet really doesn't matter - it could be flat, or...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules January 3rd 06, 03:52 PM
Replies: 47
Views: 1,551
Posted By clipclip
it's not hard. all it takes is $75-150G's of...

it's not hard. all it takes is $75-150G's of loose change available to burn rather quickly. then you hire a consulting firm specialised in approaches to draw one up and with minimums tailored to your...
Forum: Owning December 18th 05, 01:13 AM
Replies: 33
Views: 1,540
Posted By clipclip
as others have said, it's definitely a good idea...

as others have said, it's definitely a good idea to take a look at tha cam and lifters. but make sure you examine all of them - one can take a turn for the worst, while the other ones may not show...
Forum: Owning December 14th 05, 10:16 PM
Replies: 13
Views: 623
Posted By clipclip
in general, snow and ice won't inflict damage to...

in general, snow and ice won't inflict damage to an aircraft. however, larger quantities of ice may damage spars or surfaces, although i have never hear of snow having that effect.

during the great...
Forum: Piloting December 6th 05, 11:17 PM
Replies: 32
Views: 585
Posted By clipclip
yes they are - at least that's what the AVWEB...

yes they are - at least that's what the AVWEB article i read stated.

francois
Forum: Owning December 4th 05, 12:58 AM
Replies: 27
Views: 2,443
Posted By clipclip
---------------------- maybe everyone besides me...

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maybe everyone besides me knows this, but what is "CA glue" - CyanoAcrylate glue?

TIA,

frank
Forum: Home Built November 29th 05, 01:52 AM
Replies: 23
Views: 872
Posted By clipclip
there are "scratch designed &...

there are "scratch designed & built" 150 hp-equivalent turboprop engines on the market - check out www.innodyn.com - they flew to oshkosh with a turbine equipped super cub (...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules November 19th 05, 04:35 AM
Replies: 26
Views: 966
Posted By clipclip
[QUOTE=tom pettit]So how come I can't just use...

[QUOTE=tom pettit]So how come I can't just use the gps alone? It seems like it is much more
flexible, and then I wouldn't be as dependent on what ground based stuff...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules November 19th 05, 12:18 AM
Replies: 26
Views: 966
Posted By clipclip
i bought a garmin 155 TSO ifr certified for $1000...

i bought a garmin 155 TSO ifr certified for $1000 on e-bay with certs, and installed it in my plane - an annunciator to link it to my HSI cost another ~$550 or so. i then got an LSTC for that unit...
Forum: Owning November 17th 05, 07:06 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 467
Posted By clipclip
i've had the same fine wire plugs on my TwinCo's...

i've had the same fine wire plugs on my TwinCo's IO320's for over 1300 hours with no visible electrode erosion. they also seem to have a wider heat range than regular plugs, an important feature for...
Forum: About AviationBanter November 17th 05, 03:05 AM
Replies: 1
Views: 6,607
Posted By clipclip
the instructor might have meant that QNE is a...

the instructor might have meant that QNE is a value expressed in feet or meters, based on an altimeter setting of 1013/29.92 . an altimeter set to 1013 measures "pressure altitude", a value that is...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules November 13th 05, 09:35 PM
Replies: 248
Views: 7,075
Posted By clipclip
indeed - in addition, the capstone project...

indeed - in addition, the capstone project (ADS-B) in Alaska (used prominently by commercial ops) requires GPS data to operate. NAT MNPS ops also specifies that a certified GPS can satisfy part of...
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