USD $12.60 per US gallon.
And you thought YOU had it bad!
Not absolutely correct. If the design includes a BRS and the design is approved, the BRS forms part of the aircraft so is allowed.
I agree, Jim & Dondi Miller are the best!
They I'm sure will advise you to add some more reducer until you get the correct spraying consistency....
Thanks for sharing the results of your research. Perhaps you'll let us all know how you get on with the finished product?
Can any of you brighter-than-me folks tell me CL Max for the 23012?
Just a little more info on Continentals.
The little ones (say up to O-300) have the camshafts at the bottom of the engine. (not sure where the...
I went too, and had a great time. Numbers were down (because of the weather) but I got lots of flying in.
It was great to see the Barnstormers...
Thanks for the nice replies.
In answer to Othman's comment about the airfield, it's a typical English 1942 wartime training field that was used...
My restoration project is at last airborne again after 4 1/2 years of graft :silly:
Worth every minute and every penny!
Thanks Wally. I've got an O-200 already...it's the motor mount tubing at the engine lugs that I need.
Anyone got a drawing for an O-200 engine mount? I need the dimensions & tube sizes where the Lord mounts go.
Link was shamelessly stolen from some Cub site, I'll admit.
If you are doing tubing repairs or building from scratch, you might find this useful:
Nope! 5 years.
Moogle You might be better off posting these questions on a UK-based site such as the PFA Bulletin Board
It indubitably is. However, one of the weaknesses of democracy is that one cannot vote for specifics.
So it might be better to phrase it as
From £0.90 per litre in June 2005, we're up to £1.15 per litre, so that's somewhere about $7.50 per US gallon of 100LL.
Don't complain so much...
OK, John, thanks. Let me know when Chris is there, I may come down if time permits.
I understand Rupert had a little oopsy with the Flitzer.
Yes, Jake, still restoring... Port wing finished, starbord wing is covered but not doped.
I think when I'm old (and I'm nearly there!) and...
I did, John! Great Fun!
I have posted a cd to your home address of Chris' flying at Brodhead...stills + video. Please pass on to him.
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