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  1. Wow, that's disappointing, regardless of whether non-disclosure of the DH was intentional or unintentional.
  2. Good experience. Check your messages.
  3. Thanks, Roger! You stated it very well. My mechanic's first thought was that the clamp might've bitten too far into the hose, thus the leak. He suggested replacing the hose and clamp and using thread sealer to ensure no more leak. That procedure ought to do the job, so I appreciate the affirmation that perhaps we're on the right track.
  4. Only 25 hours on my plane, and there's a fuel leak where the fuel hose attaches to the exit from the gascolator. At least that's where it appears to be - it's moist up at that spot, which produces drips at a very slow rate. My mechanic tightened up the hose and then the gascolator itself, but that didn't stop it. His next move will be to remove and replace the hose and clamp, along with adding a sealant. Anyone else ever had this issue?
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    Airventure 2018

    Kent, I read your trip story, and it's very inspiring - thanks for taking the time to post and for the great photos! A story like yours reminds me that I need to get off my ass and have an adventure with my CTLS. That's what it was designed for, and why I bought it.
  6. I've considered taking these classes every year (5) since I've owned a Rotax 912-powered airplane. What holds me back is my total lack of any mechanical experience and a self-perception of non-aptitude. Do guys like me typically do OK in these classes?
  7. EB3

    Another oil temp question?

    New member and CTLSi owner here. This is a topic that has me scratching my head as well. I come from flying an Aerotrek A240 with the 912 ULS that had a cockpit-adjustable oil cooler inlet with which I could control the oil temp very precisely. Even on hot days, my oil would never reach the higher temps I'm seeing on the CTLSi. I gotta say, it's a bit unnerving to see the higher temps (230-255) and not have any control over it. Otherwise, what a fantastic airplane!