WmInce

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  1. 3 tips for checking ADS-B Out performance (July 26, 2017) http://ipadpilotnews.com/2017/07/3-tips-checking-ads-b-performance-2/?utm_source=ipadnews&utm_medium=email&trk_msg=R0V8F7INVU041BH27UTE7RM2H4&trk_contact=GLJTVSC1IV5B4IUVUSM4VG5SLS&trk_sid=IHUDGRLD0MLFB04LBLEOEAQJHS&utm_source=Listrak&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=3+tips+for+checking+ADS-B+Out+performance&utm_campaign=A17074I&utm_content=New+Weather+Receivers+Announced -------------------------------------- https://adsbperformance.faa.gov/PAPRUsersGuide.pdf
  2. Great performance for a 912 ULS! I'd take 114 kias@5300 RPM too, at a DA of approx. 6,000'.
  3. Eric has generated a lot of excitement, with regards to the ADS-B solution, for the CT. Thank you Eric, for you contribution.
  4. Summary of newest RV-12is: http://www.vansaircraft.com/public/rv12iS_whats-new.htm
  5. No details yet, only vague comments from the Van's forum. Rumor has it there will be an announcement forthcoming from Air Venture - Oshkosh. I love having 33 gallons usable fuel now . . . but I think Van's should boost the tank capacity to 25 gallons in the RV-12. JMO.
  6. Great report Farmer. You guys take care and good hunting!
  7. Looks like the new RV-12 kit will include the Rorax 912is, a new fuel tank, better/lighter battery and electric flaps. From what I understand, Van's is not planning on a retrofit for airplanes under current construction or already flying.
  8. You forgot one of the most important (as of lately) . . . Australia!
  9. Gee . . . and it's not even ugly! What were they think'n?
  10. Excellent tip. Thanks Tom.
  11. Your CT is E-LSA . . . I don't see a problem there.
  12. Ah! Ha! Nice catch! No yoke. You must be an Airbus guy.
  13. Check the EAA website. There is a good little (short) 'how to' video on installing that tape to the leading edge of the prop. Additionally, the instructor will advise of the type of tape being used. It's a nice little project.