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About Sixstring2k

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  • Birthday 03/24/1979

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  1. Looks like a keeper, fingers crossed that the ppi goes well with no major issues and you can fly her home..
  2. Congratulations of the purchase and enjoy the ride
  3. I found this article to be very helpful and wanted to share it and hope that others find it useful as well. https://www.avweb.com/flight-safety/risk-management/the-emergency-mindset/
  4. We have that system at my job and they are impressive, having a plane just hanging there a few feet above your head with the gears stowed gets your heart pumping. I second clearance, seen to many things go wrong with an airplane on jacks and the more security you can have the better.
  5. Glad they landed safe. Weather the engine was off or not is not the point, they landed safely with no lost of life and that’s the best outcome possible after an engine fails. The engine weather it was because it was shut off and it refused to start or not producing power when it should have it still didn’t do what it was supposed to do, that’s an engine failure. In my experience the faa has sometimes jump to conclusions they are human so let’s wait and see how the investigation will develop before we start putting Darwin as a title to any pilot.
  6. For some reason this article and the situation doesn’t seat well with me, it felt more like Theo was not property advice by savvy (just my opinion). Every aircraft you run into will have issues the question is as previously mention by Paul and carusoam is what’s 1-airworthy must fixed now, 2-have to be address in the future and 3-you can live with it. And also as Paul has mention in other post, you get what you paid for. The “DOM” did as he was paid to do he got business from savvy to performed this inspection per what ever guide lines the inspection had but some of this stuff is BS. Did
  7. I have only being around for 1 year and have read about the planning you have done to get ready for this, congrats and remember pictures please.
  8. Oh thank God for that, I will never do what ever I did ever again I promise..lol
  9. I am glad the website is back up. For a minute there i thought I had gotten kick out or something. Not fun at all.
  10. Congratulations, I remember seeing that plane. She is beautiful.
  11. I like it, that’s a nice panel. I think if i find a project m20F this is probably the route i would take. For the price is not bad, I think is just up the person the budget.
  12. I don’t know if that’s correct, I could be wrong here but I think in the video he posted he said that all that’s left is for the autopilot to be certified ( not holding my breath for this year or next ) and to plug in the servos In and the controller and that’s it, that means the wiring is already in place just probably missing what ever brackets are needed for the servos and that’s it, If that’s the case and the only pricing that comes close is the Bonanza 3 axis option that’s 5k for parts or less and what ever labor is. I think one of the things that made his install so expensive is t
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