For over water flights to Hawaii, I think maybe a Lycoming dual pack twin engine, with both into one prop shaft might work. Using two turbocharged...
The smaller Citations use our 3000 foot runway. Mostly empty, of course. I don't think any Lear would ever come here.
Do the pilots generally refuse to comment in an accident? Or only when they are criminally negligent with drinking or something.?
Why does the NTSB leave out the only detail that matters: why did the pilot bounce and try to go around?
Was he too high or fast? Tried to force...
I watched again. He said they were " on a photo shoot over a marine layer, or whatever".
And he said "it quit at 3000agl" "tried to start it down...
I thought he said he was out looking at a fog bank or something.... like whatever.
ABC evening news reported he has done stunts in the past to promote his business.
Hmmmm... just happened to be two miles out at 1000 feet.o_O
My older G109 has a Limbach 2000 (90mm X 78mm)
The previous owner replaced the heads with new auto heads. I don't know if Limbach heads are...
Floats normally have multiple compartments. So shouldn't sink but needs to be dragged up on the beach to let the water out and check the crack.
Title is "turbo normalizing" the "Homebuilt way".
Is " supercharger normalizing" a Homebuilt way?
Drilling or driving out the steel pin is difficult. When rear access is possible I nip the rivet off on the back and that gets the pin out without...
Yeah, is that the VW?
I think the one in the museum has an aluminum prop.
Yeah, the sit on top "keel" fuselage is smaller and lighter than a sit inside fuselage. Also provides some lower crash/crunch stroke protection.
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