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Carb sync in simple terms

Posted by Safety Officer in Safety Officer's Blog, 30 December 2013 - - - - - - · 147 views

PROCEDURES  FOR MECHANICAL AND PNEUMATIC  SYNCHRONIZATION  OF  THE  912  CARBS:


This will get you through the basics and after you do a sync or two it will get easier and you will get better. This is not an official document and is only meant for your edification and will get you through a carb sync. Some experienced people that do...

Parts service for CT's

Posted by robthart in Admin Blog, 01 November 2013 - - - - - - · 204 views

I hope someone actually affiliated with Flight Design reads this blog. I'm a member in an active flying club that collectively owns a CTLS. With seven to ten members at any given time, our (only) plane gets a lot of use, and as several are receiving primary flight training it sometimes gets a little rough and things get broken. We have had our plane...

The Anatomy of a Carb Sync

Posted by Admin2 in Admin2's Blog, 10 November 2011 - - - - - - · 1,146 views

The Anatomy of a Carb Sync



How do you know which one to adjust?




  The carburetor sync on a 2 stroke or a 4 stroke is one of the most important functions to keep up with for the health of your engine. Let’s take a look at performing a carb sync on a 912 series engine. The carb sync...

How short a field?

Posted by Admin2 in Roger's Blog, 03 July 2010 - - - - - - · 462 views

Let's talk about how much runway do you need to land. What is the shortest you have ever landed on? Let's here from all you other CT pilots. <br style=""> <br style="">

  Here are some considerations for a short runway landing for a Flight Design CT and will differ from plane to plane and even from person...



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