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I have a '76P as well. I have been using Insight G2 for 10 years and it has been flawless. 6 CHTs, 6EGTs, carb temp, voltage, fuel flow, and fuel...
This, among many m=other useful things, is not taught by CFIs (not required by FAA). Very sad and frustrating.
Can you please tell me what conduction is and which Mike's statements are wrong? Thank you
Whoever pointed to Mike Busch's article, thank you. Here is the article:
The choice here is a Corolla for $10K, or a Lexus SUV for $30K, and most people are recommending the Lexus, without mentioning how expensive it is.
Haha, you have the best attitude. You will have a long life.
I did, but they do not give the context, so not sure it applies to all situations. Plus, David's explanation makes sense.
I would do it in September/October. Best overall balance of temps, storms, green landscapes (or Fall colors if in October).
David, I like your input the best so far. It makes sense. I am worried not only the condensation will happen right after flights, but may happen...
Wow, completely contradicting the post before the one, from the same website. :(
Wow! That is the best info I have seen so far. Thank you.
I understand they need to be changed weekly or so. Which silica can last 3 months n the PNW?
Agreed, but would the heater not prevent condensation inside the engine, so the overall effect is anti-corrosive? That is what I am thinking, but...
I don't have time to go to the airport frequently and replace the silica beads in a dehydrator.
Also, I "would" keep the engine heater plugged in...
My first year in Seattle with a hangared C182, with an O-470.
I have a very nice engine heater that heats each cylinder and the oil pan.
If he had taken the south (safe) route, it would have added 5-10 min total time to his multi-hour trip. Unbelievable.
No Seattle area? Weird.
With that budget and long distance trips, I recommend a turbo engine. I would consider these, from highest to lowest preference: Cirrus SR22T,...
That may be the best value in GA right now. Wow.