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  1. Sudden Power loss

    On the way back from Page Fly Inn, we had a sudden power loss during the hard climb. After arriving KIGQ, we took the cowlings off and we saw green fluids on the carb trays. We are wondering what caused the sudden power loss... Attached video with sound you can hear loss of power at 5 sec ~ 6 sec mark. Also, 4 pictures of carb trays and pipes into carbs are wet and green fluids are on the trays. I called around to see what could have caused this...but it was a very scary moment and the last leg of our flight ROTAX 912 POWER LOSS IN CLIMB.wmv
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