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NC Bill

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About NC Bill

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  1. Mounting of GPS antenna for ADSB in.

    Roger that. I installed the DYNON gps-2020 (a drop in replacement for the gps 250) for ADS-B (out) for $590 + the GDL-39 ADS-B (in) for $849. Just a thought.
  2. Mounting of GPS antenna for ADSB in.

    Any reason not to save $1000 and install the GDL-39? I have happily used for almost 2 years. For installation advice Bill I recommend talking with PLANEMAKERS who installed my 39.

    I'd call DYNON after downloading and forwarding your DIAGNOSTICS file to them. You can send the file from http://www.dynonavionics.com/data-datalogs-upload.php It's possible your GPS-2020 has malfunctioned. Before you begin to think I know anything about fixing flyng machines (I only fly them) I am in the midst of a similar issue and anxiously awaiting a replacement GPS-2020.
  4. EGT probe question

    My EGT probes are displayed on my engine management system as EGT 1 and EGT 2. How do I determine which two cylinders (pilots side or Passenger side) these probes are monitoring? Is EGT 1 monitoring the two cylinders on the pilots side or the passengers side?
  5. EGT #1

    Left = Pilot's side?
  6. EGT #1

    Is it on the Pilot's side?
  7. IFR?

    A friend needed to fly within the 30nm TFR around Palm Beach last weekend. He flies a JABARU (LSA). To go in there he needed to file a flight plan. So he filed IFR on a VMC day. Naturally he's instrument rated. Viola! He's there. Anybody know if this is permitted? Sure would be helpful to us Florida pilots.
  8. 2018 LSA EXPO - Where's FD

    Good find. I looked in the alphabetical listing under F. They are listed in the A's AirCam S206 Flight Design N308 Astronics Ballard Technology 409 Go figure.
  9. Flight Design isn't listed as an Exhibitor nor as having an aircraft on display. That seem odd. Anyone have any info?
  10. ELT Replacement WARNING

    If you are considering replacing the AMERIKING 451 be aware that the AIRTEX 345 is NOT a plug-in replacement. The AIRTEX is slightly larger.
  11. AMERIKING ELT Problem

    Getting an LOA to replace AMERIKING with an AIRTEX 345.
  12. AMERIKING ELT Problem

    My plane is in annual. ELT batteries were found to be dead. Replaced yesterday. Yesterday morning I get a call for AFRescue saying my ELT has gone off so please check it out. A&P is at home and he left plane in his hangar! He returns and turns it off and rechecks wiring. Same sequence occurs again last night. Unit will be taken to avionics shop today. Any thoughts or suggestions appreciated.
  13. Dynon Skyview Page Layout Restrictions

    FWIW DYNON released v15.1 on 3/23
  14. FAA regs question?

    Would it be legal for me to remove the airspeed indicator and altimeter from my panel and fly with just my 2 DYNONs and a Garmin 696? My plane has a single ADHARS.
  15. ForeFlight Glide Advisor

    I'm not the Wing Safety Officer BUT two points I offer for consideration. 1- Most of our time in the CT is spent at -6 degrees of flap. Will you remember to go to best flap angle of 0 degrees in an emergency. If not you won't make even 8:1 2- Do you think you can maintain a constant 72kts best glide speed while looking for a place to land in a true emergency. I had trouble doing it engine out (a glider instructor friend of mine in the right seat monitored a/s) as it varied between 69 & 75kts during a 2k' descent from 5k'. And I had no emergency. Again your mileage may vary but whenever there's a question now I ALWAYS err on the conservative side. Then again at 73 I'm now an old, and no longer bold, pilot. Truth be told my call out on climb at 1000' is "chute's alive", and in many instances my plan is to pull the chute and just return the plane to the insurance company. The "chute's alive" call out is from my days flying Cirri. Not to be dramatic but I had an acquaintance who also owned a Cirrus who DIDN'T pull his chute. He had an engine failure several miles out after take off and opted to try and return to the field. He did not make it.