graham28105

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About graham28105

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    JQF Concord, NC
  • Interests
    Cycling, Flying, Church

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  1. Hey Bob. Great to finally meet you today. Thanks for showing me your bird. What a panel. Hopefully there will be another Mooneys to the Mountains again.

  2. Guys, I'm looking for a fuel cap for our 1978J model. Part number is 431-21A. Let me know what you have. Thanks, Douglas
  3. Do you still have these, and do you know if they would fit a '78J?
  4. In my old skyhawk I replaced the filament bulb with an LED. It was great. Plenty of light. No more burnt out bulbs. Yes, $250 is a lot, but still worth it. I will agree with Shadrach, learn to land without a light. It will keep you from focusing on the asphalt that is lit up. My best landings at night are without a light. Sad but true.
  5. Great looking bird. Did you loose much useful load when redoing the interior? That's a lot of nice leather.
  6. I prefer the full size just because it's easier to read the approach plates. I still use my iPhone6 during flight to pick up metars and such. Regardless of your choice, I would highly recommend getting a generous sized back up charger. i.e.- mophie juice pack On planes with 12v cigarette lighter chargers it just won't charge the iPad very well if at all
  7. Hey guys, I'm new to Mooneyspace. I'm learning so much. I'd like to echo what kevinw said. In my old skyhawk (320 carb.) I would prime and then listen to the ATIS. This gave the fuel a chance to vaporize and much more likely to ignite. It really made a difference.
  8. Was your fuel flow really 20gph!?
  9. 154 kts TAS on 8.4 GPH !! Awesome! I can't wait to get a Mooney. What would she do if you went 100 ROP?