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Ed Cesnalis

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About Ed Cesnalis

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  • Birthday 04/09/1953

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    Mammoth Lakes - California
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  1. Ed Cesnalis

    Rotax 912iS versus the 914 Turbo - Which One?

    On a 90* day Mammoth DA is prolly 9,500'
  2. Ed Cesnalis

    Rotax 912iS versus the 914 Turbo - Which One?

    I'm available anytime if you want to take me for a ride and demonstrate this. I fly my CTSW out of Mammoth 3 days / week and find your claim to be dubious.
  3. Ed Cesnalis

    Air speed gauge

    I use this reference a few times a week. Mostly on approach.
  4. Ed Cesnalis

    ...or mount iPad to in center console?

    The thing about inadvertent IMC is its inadvertent. You may find you choose to hand fly the CT quite a bit.
  5. Ed Cesnalis

    Marc Ingegno Brake Parts

    So I should get Matcos and think of it as a wheel upgrade?
  6. Ed Cesnalis

    Marc Ingegno Brake Parts

    I'm using my original pads on my Marcs after 12 years and 900 hours. You are scaring me into the upgrade and my brakes require a lot of pumping lately.
  7. Ed Cesnalis

    AOA Indicator and Stall Speeds

    thanks, point stands though change in stall speed accounts for chirps when heavy.
  8. Ed Cesnalis

    AOA Indicator and Stall Speeds

    Stall speed decreases increases as weight increases. You are using fixed speeds, meaning same speeds when solo or heavy so the margin you have when solo is reduced when you have a passenger and you get a warning at that same speed. If you only use the AOA for its chirping then its little more than a stall warning horn. If you use the AOA instead of air speeds than you can keep your margin from stall, or margin from chirping the same no matter what your current weight
  9. Ed Cesnalis

    Why would you pick CT over Cirrus?

    sports pilot license only or no current medical still factor in for some
  10. Ed Cesnalis

    Awesome new seat in my CTLSi

    105 kts? really? The seat rocks, I want one, how much?
  11. Ed Cesnalis

    Humphreys close up for Mike

    That close in the lee of a 13,986' summit should be done with some forethought in a light sport.
  12. Ed Cesnalis

    Humphreys close up for Mike

    MO CLOSE
  13. Ed Cesnalis

    Mount iPad to glare shield?

    I have a goose neck mounted to the floor. My tablet is half the distance from my eyes as my panel that way.
  14. Ed Cesnalis

    N527TS Fuel Contamination

    No, not in 12 years with my CT and or 2 years with prior Rotax powered plane. Then again I fly out of Mammoth where moisture is not permitted.
  15. Ed Cesnalis

    Humphreys close up for Mike

    I see more freedom in my future and I like those Ideas. I already go to Oregon and have only recently been looking at shots I want to try. Here's a wider Labor Day View
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