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I've been thinking about it. I suppose the grass is always greener on the plumbing side.
Hasn't that been one of the main premises of this aircraft from the beginning? Using a used auto engine?
Did you have beans for dinner the night before?
I understand. But it’s still more challenging than plumbing.
Not true. I got a ride from one of the residents that live across the street a couple times. You can also rent a cart. Judy has a lock on...
Weird. I thought 40 bucks for a 10 minute ride in a smoke infested van was bit much.
You're a pilot and you think being a plumber will be intellectually stimulating? Okay then.....
My engine hadn't been overhauled in 52 years and it didn't have that much grunge on / in it.
It's so rare, I have to reply. I totally agree.
That’s not normal, which is why I asked the question above. That thing looks like it sat open in the back of a garage for 3 years after running...
Are those photos of the “good” engine you are thinking about buying?
I like to make the last leg a bit shorter, so maybe 2.5 and 1.5 for a 4 hour trip. The last leg still seems longest, but it’s not as bad.
Log 400 productive hours on the RV-10 build.
Log at least 100 hours flying
Keep current and proficient in IFR
Stretch goal - commercial rating.
Oh no! Now you let out all the magic altidudy air!
I think you may have missed my point.