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Fairly common in LSA’s, and I prefer that setup for simplicity’s sake.
My Sky Arrow’s arrangement:
As an aside, in the case of ROTAX...
No doubt you get back some of the time lost on climb on the descent.
But not all, since drag increases geometrically at higher airspeeds.
This comes up periodically. Personally, I find the FAA recommendation to move one’s focus closer to the plane as the flare progresses to be well...
For my Sky Arrow, it looks like about $1,850 should get the job done, with me doing the install.
That assumes my existing transponder...
Not sure. That was a screen shot of a Word document that formatted that way on my iPad.
Posting for a friend, no interest in or knowledge of this plane, but I’m nearby if anyone wants me to check it out.
A myriad of reasons. Why does that concern you?
No doubt there are lots of paths to a shiny plane!
We’ll definitely try the Chili’s Black Bean Burger.
Today, Karen took me to BK for my birthday, and we both had Impossible Whoppers.
...is a happy plane!
I just thought I’d share what I’ve settled on the keep my Sky Arrow looking sharp. Stipulated that flying in VFR conditions...
So I assume shag carpet is out?
My Scrubbing Bubble recommendation was mainly for composite airframes. No idea about it’s effects on aluminum.
Scrubbing Bubbles bathroom cleaner is popular among Cirrus owners. Works well. The label says “Not For Use On Painted Surfaces”, but seems...