How do you prevent the display from shaking on takeoff

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  1. Bradley W

    Bradley W Ejection Handle Pulled

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    It is so annoying to see the engine readouts shaking like an old TV as the tire hit bumps.
     
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    Drink a couple shots, not even noticeable.
     
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    Yeah. Instead of the panel moving around...everything will be moving around! :cheerswine:
     
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    And you'll be in sync! ;)
     
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    Stay on the center line? It's usually smoother than the edges.
     
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    I don't have any old tv's.
     
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    Is this seriously an issue? For some reason I get the notion that my leg is being pulled.
     
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    Just replaced all 4 of my isolation mounts, expecting the scotch and soda to have nary a ripple from now on.
     
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    Or just a few inches to one side if your runway has centerline lights.
     
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    What Ron said - stay just off the center line.

    Also, after checking for issues, look out the window during takeoff, I assure you that you won't see your engine instruments.
     
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    It would depend on the aircraft model and installation methods. Any details?
     
  12. Bradley W

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    Shaking is common on many aircraft from the citation to the airbus. I perfer the old gauges and see no advantage to the computerized
     
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    Close your eyes and apply full power. Within 60 seconds the shaking will stop. :D
     
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    My primary instructor used to accuse me of taxiing by Braille, as I would head down the runway hitting...each..and...every one of the reflectors on the line.
     
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    Dynamic prop balancing, and tire balancing? Maybe service the worn out crap on the nose strut and a new shimmy dampener? ;)
     
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    If anyone is considering prop balancing....DO IT!

    We have had it done on both club aircraft. Cost is reasonable and the results are a quieter and smoother flying airplane.
     
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