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Right High CHT Alarm Issues

Posted by robthart in Admin Blog, 12 March 2015 - - - - - - · 177 views

Right High CHT Alarm Issues Have had issues over the years with 'false alarms,' usually due to sensor problems (darn glass panels!). Curious if anybody experienced something similar to this. Our 2008 CT suffered a clean break (in-flight) of the right rear exhaust pipe in late Nov '14. Was repaired by certified weld. Lately had experienced a series of 'Right CHT High Temp' alarms on...

Carb sync in simple terms

Posted by Safety Officer in Safety Officer's Blog, 30 December 2013 - - - - - - · 346 views


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...

The Anatomy of a Carb Sync

Posted by Admin2 in Admin2's Blog, 10 November 2011 - - - - - - · 2,030 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 - - - - - - · 652 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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