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planecrazzzy

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Here's two of my panels.... One is in my Kolb Firestar II... Not much room , EIS helped get all the info in one place...

My other panel ( current build ) is the start of my Wittman "Buttercup"

So Far , all I have in the panel is the Transponder and my Airmap 1000

I have the other instruments ( Steam ) , But still working on it...
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Gotta Fly...
Mike & "Jaz" the Flying Dogz
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Buttercup - STOL - Aircraft
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"Buttercup" Building Log

Buttercup in EAA article


Firestar I&II - STOL - Aircraft


Sometimes you just have to take the leap and build your wings on the way down...
 

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Pops

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Panel of my little single seat Super Cub, (SSSC). The empty space at the lower right side was where the homemade autopilot used to be. Nav-- finger on the chart and the stopwatch. Dan
 

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pe2aab

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My first post on this forum.

This is the dash of the Ultravia Pelican from my wifes Uncle. We did some overhaul work. The radio still needs to be replaced by a 8,33 kHz. frequency spacing one.
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We changed wiring, stobes and nav lights for LED lights, big paint job, installed a handbraking system and new trottle system.

It's flying again!

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Riggerrob

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What is the minimum list of instruments for an ultra-light?
What are the minimum instruments for day VFR?
What are the minimum instruments for night VFR?
At what level of sophistication do glass panels become more cost-effective than steam gauges?
What year did "glass" panels become less expensive than "steam gauges?"
 
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