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Actually they are turned over to the OIG (Office of the Inspector General)....
Oil in the cylinder will help it seal better, thus higher compression readings.
The oil burn is what you should focus on.
Cubs and rag wing pipers are extremely easy to make into E/AB. Wag Aero use to (maybe still does) sell non certified parts and plans. One could...
Probably a collection of cub parts and some wag aero parts. Not uncommon, there's a few E/AB cubs running around that were built this way.
It’s an E/AB.
You can start here
49 U.S. Code CHAPTER 448—UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS
And this applies
49 U.S. Code § 44709 - Amendments, modifications,...
I was just curious about what you stated. So we can assume your post was hyperbole.
So where did you find they had an unlimited budget? Serious question, I'd like to read about it.
OK. Didn't know they had an unlimited budget. Do you have a source for that?
I thought we were discussing a broke alternator. o_O
Which department is that?
There's a difference between turning off an alternator and knowingly operating the aircraft with a defective non operating one.
You have an...
That’s a “depends” type question.
If just a routine ramp inspection, and the pilot says “sorry, I’m running late and I have to go” probably...
Does someone here know where to find a translator app for this?
You must have the only FSDO in the country that won’t issue a ferry permit.
Says in the article they didn’t install the tail stand.
Not if he gets a ferry permit.
But hey, just get advice from SGOTI, charge the battery and go launch.
A 30 minute flight is what? 50-60...
And an inspection by an A&P to insure the aircraft is safe for the flight.
So if the A&P is already there, and has inspected the aircraft, why...
So a possible electrical system short, and the advice is to charge up the battery and go fly for a 30 minute trip? o_O
Yea, I mean, what could...