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About frfly172

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  • Birthday 10/05/1946

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  1. May He Rest In Peace.
  2. After reading through several posts,it seems to be the consensus,that the ct line should always be hanger stored.would it be acceptable to store outside ,if the airplane was fully covered for the entire airplane? I store my liberty under covers while up north in the summer and in a hanger in Florida the rest of the year.
  3. You always post great pictures.
  4. A major worry ,is the prop in heavy rain.
  5. I have a liberty XL 2 flys like a light sport,I hold an atp rating. The Ct is just not a little 172, take your time and learn the difference, the more you practice the better you get,not all CFIs are ready to instruct in an Lsa.
  6. Try Bruce's custom covers.
  7. I own a liberty xl2 the only problem I encountered flying in rain was damage to my composite prop. I have always been a proponent of being able to fly the Ct IMC if properly rated.
  8. Try 7b2 north Hampton ma.
  9. There where several cts at the Sebring LSA expo this morning. Two Ctlsis a ctls and a ctls they where giving demos in,also they where filming a video.
  10. Congrats, any major changes coming to the aircraft.?
  11. Would have to agree.
  12. Yaesu FTA 230 works fine for me.
  13. I always updated my 496 ,before my trip to sun n fun. Even though you should be flying VFR,you still like to know where any new towers may have been installed.
  14. The older we get the harder to get in And out of an aircraft cockpit. Being 5 ' 10" and just under 200 size is not a problem,it's the old bones, like the ct's would rather step up into the airplane and slide out. If you want to fly you'll find a comfortable way ,and the Ct line will fill the bill.
  15. Don't the European aircraft come with a minus 12 degree setting for more speed?