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Discussion in 'Avionics and Upgrades' started by Bradley W, Nov 7, 2017.
It is so annoying to see the engine readouts shaking like an old TV as the tire hit bumps.
Drink a couple shots, not even noticeable.
Yeah. Instead of the panel moving around...everything will be moving around!
And you'll be in sync!
Stay on the center line? It's usually smoother than the edges.
I don't have any old tv's.
Is this seriously an issue? For some reason I get the notion that my leg is being pulled.
Just replaced all 4 of my isolation mounts, expecting the scotch and soda to have nary a ripple from now on.
Or just a few inches to one side if your runway has centerline lights.
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.
It would depend on the aircraft model and installation methods. Any details?
Shaking is common on many aircraft from the citation to the airbus. I perfer the old gauges and see no advantage to the computerized
Close your eyes and apply full power. Within 60 seconds the shaking will stop.
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.
Dynamic prop balancing, and tire balancing? Maybe service the worn out crap on the nose strut and a new shimmy dampener?
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.