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  1. You wouldn’t happen to have an Aspen EA100 in that stash would you? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. I get lightning with ForeFlight Pro plus received through my Garmin gtx345 transponder. I will say I see more activity in terms of lighting on my strikefinder than on my tablet. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. This is a nice event. Two people - Elizabeth and Warren
  4. I was only practicing a bit until I in fact did blow past him. He has not had any formation training so the most I could hope for was him to fly straight and level until I tired of flying slowly!
  5. A little formation practice. Flew formation with a buddies 182. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. These are very expensive. I purchased one from Lasar in December (seems like it was the only one in inventory at the time) and it was $492 shipped. Worst part is, it turned out to be a bad connection so I didn't really need it. I guess I have a spare.
  7. Recognize the airport? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Don't wait too long to replace the cable if lubricating it doesn't help. Broke a throttle cable on a cherokee - fortunately on the ground. Would have been a little too interesting if it happened in the air.
  9. I don't have the stock ammeter so I really don't know actually what it is indicating. The current draw is being displayed on the VM1000 engine monitor.
  10. The humming noise was gone as well as the low voltage indication as soon as I started shedding electrical loads. Pitot heat, TKS pump, etc. Is this consistent with a bad filter? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Have had a couple of instances where I had electrical anomalies. First instance was over voltage warning during climb. I had already entered IMC so I kept climbing- the issue “corrected “ it self after 10-15 seconds. Second instance was also during climb in IMC where the voltage was dropping out to 11-12 volts. Both time the TKS pumps were on. When I was getting low voltage, the amp meter was indicating about 40 amps as almost all electrical devices were on. The issue was corrected after we popped out on top and started shedding electrical loads. Also had a humming in the headset during this time as well. I am wondering if I have a voltage regulator issue or an alternator issue? Potentially I could have a slipping belt but I don’t think that explains why I had a over voltage condition. Thoughts? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. My mechanic told me it is either "leaking" Lycoming's or "cracking" Continentals. Not sure if it is true......