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Duane Jefts

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About Duane Jefts

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    Tucson, Az and Lake St Louis, MO
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    golf, tennis, table tennis, softball, grandkids, travel.
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  1. Enjoyed last year so much but will not make it this year. Flying to Florida next week though. Hope to see you next year. 

  2. Bummer, you were almost here. See you next time.
  3. I think your right Tom. My first two digits were 12 for a 2013 CTLSi.
  4. Seems like the engine compartment would be a better place for the fuel pumps rather than a cargo compartment like mine is. If you look in your logbook you may find the serial number of the fuel pump. That is where Roger Lee suggested to look and That is where I found it.
  5. Is this a picture of a fuel pump? I ask this because the fuel pump In my CTLSi is located in the cargo compartment behind the pilot seat not on the bottom right side of the engine.
  6. Looks like Duane Jefts and Darryl Brechbill will be attending. Coming on Wed and looking forward to it.
  7. Been discussed before. Loose connection on top of engine. There are four connectors on top of your engine and one of them is Lane A and one of them is lane B. Aircraft Spruce sell a stainless connector that holds the connections together. Some people have just safely wired the connections together. If you search this website you may be able to find the discussions and photos on that issue. Search for “lane B warning light” on this forum and you will find previous discussions.
  8. Been discussed before. Loose connection on top of engine. There are four connectors on top of your engine and one of them is Lane A and one of them is lane B. Aircraft Spruce sell a stainless connector that holds the connections together. Some people have just safely wired the connections together. If you search this website you may be able to find the discussions and photos on that issue.
  9. Sounds good. 413L has all that info on the Dynon’s too and the IPad is great for a wealth of information including flight pubs info. I do like listening to xm on longer flights around the south west though.
  10. Love the LPV ability and the autopilot connectivity. I find the 796 very useful though. Are you using an IPad and ForeFlight or some other program for weather and flight publications and winds etc.? The gnx has a small screen. Do you still have xm radio?
  11. Also need to be careful on landing as the nose wheel is cocked and there appears to be no pilot on board.
  12. Nice photo I don’t even see the selfie stick
  13. 413L had the same issues before the sport upgrade. After the sport upgrade the throttle movement was linear with the power and there was no “bump” as before the upgrade. Can you confirm you have had the “sport” upgrade?
  14. Larry and duane flew up Sunday from St. Louis but could not land at Oshkosh because no camping or off of the hard surface parking allowed. We diverted to big Rapids Michigan and spend some time with family and then flew back to Oshkosh Monday and got right in to the camping area. Right after we landed there closed camping again for capacity . Lots of activity, thousands of airplanes in the sky and on the ground and the air show was phenomenal as usual.
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