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Beech Sundowner, or Super Musketeer.
A little slow, but solid as a rock.
Not as popular as the Cherokee, so usually go for a...
I think that works for an urban commuter mission, but my mission is 90% XC. I really like the idea of parking at home, driving to the airport,...
If I didn't have to shell out $350/mo for a crappy T-hangar, I'd be happier. That's quite a bit of fixed expense that seems to go up every year....
I've used them for the past 4 years, and like them just fine.
Just as good as Lightspeed ANR my wife uses.
I like them for the extra headroom.
Yes, it is a kit plane.
I have an RV-9, which is also a kit plane.
There is a decent secondary market for these.
You don’t have to build.
I have a like-new RAM mount for a larger tablet (up to 12"), along with a ball, double socket, and suction mount.
Links to the products and...
I really think it comes down to proficiency. Over the summer, there wasn’t any IMC, and flying the Foggles just the minimum amount didn’t keep me...
Thanks for sharing.
Not all of us can or will admit it.
Coming at this from a completely different angle.
I put 100 to 150 hrs/yr on my plane.
That means the engine will last 13-20 yrs.
Lots of good comments here.
I wouldn't give up yet, either.
This was your first experience.
Try it 10 times, and see if you feel differently.
Best line ever.
Congrats on the RV-14!
Be sure to post lots of pics here at PoA!
Something I’ve struggled with is how low my wheel pants sit to the ground.
I really can’t see much of the tire, and have no easy access...
After 1300nm, just landed at the final destination of my trip.
On touchdown, my right main tire immediately blew out.
I skidded to a halt on the...
When you put it that way, you’re absolutely right.
However, liability is my major concern.
EDIT: and yes, I expect to NEVER total my aircraft.
Tough one...that really depends
3% would be the tipping point for me.
I currently pay around 1.2%
Better than the alternative...