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  1. I’ve looked all over the parts catalog and MM, but unable to find it. I would really appreciate your help if you could dig up this spec. Thanks craig
  2. Could you please share the spec for the calibrated hole size? Drill bit size?
  3. Check the flares on the MP line fittings for cracks or breaks..
  4. Consider a panel mount magnetic compass.. I love having the windscreen completely clear view.
  5. I’m wondering if the community has any experience and advice for non-equity partnerships,,... or I guess it’s really a dry lease ... our utilization has gone down and it would be nice to have help on fixed costs... I was thinking a monthly amount, plus an hourly amount.
  6. In order to actually charge an iPad through the cigarette plug without creating a bunch of rf noise is to spend a little more and get quality ventev stuff. I never had luck with the cheap Chinese junk. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ventev-Dashport-Car-Charger-R2240-Universal-Dual-Port-USB-Rapid-Charge/324284158795?epid=21015161433&hash=item4b80d7934b:g:DzIAAOSwhbdfUlMP https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ventev-3ft-Lightning-Cable-for-Apple-Devices-in-Black/182622238046?epid=1279267018&hash=item2a8522355e:g:0LsAAOSwMvtZQp3k THe good news is that they are less less expensive th
  7. Did you install the piggyback probes using the insulated copper washer on top? The fire sleeve should go right up against the cylinder.. it may take a few iterations if zip tying it to get a good seal from outside cooling air. Still, piggy back probes are known to read 20-30 degrees cooler than actual. So if you have bayonet probes on some and piggyback probes on others, that is where some of the spread would come from. I knew that going into it, so I elected to use piggyback probes on all cylinders rather than mix and match. I would look at the firesleeve and probes on the co
  8. For other viewers of this thread in the future; the piggy back probes must be installed with about 1” of fire sleeve zip tied over it. The outside air rushing over the cylinders to cool the heads also cools the probe otherwise.
  9. 23/23 peak low 22/24 peak high io-360-a1a
  10. @Sabremech hey David, any update on your cowl project? Merry Christmas!
  11. I use a puller. Put the feet on the top of the yoke and tighten the bolt to press on top of the nut that you’ve backed off on the pin.
  12. I used to always land with TO flaps, but in an effort to increase tire and brake life, I started doing full flap... I’ve noticed tires and breaks last much longer. It’s easier to land with TO flaps though
  13. Seems like they should have just bought MS..
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