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PostPosted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 4:33 am    Post subject: Nose Slam 1 Reply with quote

OC,Mark,Rich and all
These recent discussions are fantastic.More to the point.
OC perhaps removing approximately 20 # forward of the main gear would help the "nose slam problem".!0 # under the Spinner could be demonstrated by temporarily using a borrowed wood propeller.If this does not quite do it ,we should all take a hard look at the new Simplified Dynon basic 6 displays.The larger one is visible in bright daylight.
Use of these new devices allows the removal of
      Vacuum pumps
      Vacuum hoses ,gages,Regulators and so on.
      Heavy Attitude Horizon and Directional Gyro
We should easily obtain a significant instrument panel weight reduction.In addition a 20# forward weight reduction will reduce trim drag and may reduce cruise angle of attack[which equals big time drag].
  These new postage size Electronic Gyros are amazing,I think?
              Ted

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 9:53 am    Post subject: Nose Slam 1 Reply with quote

I have two dynons in my panel. A D-100 for flight insturments and a D-180 which has both flight instruments and engine instruments. They also have battery backups that work for 1.5 hours. My experience with them has been very good and it's also easy to download the data files from each flight which has been a huge help during flight testing.

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#yiv605069051 p {margin:0;} OC,Mark,Rich and all
These recent discussions are fantastic.More to the point.
OC perhaps removing approximately 20 # forward of the main gear would help the "nose slam problem".!0 # under the Spinner could be demonstrated by temporarily using a borrowed wood propeller.If this does not quite do it ,we should all take a hard look at the new Simplified Dynon basic 6 displays.The larger one is visible in bright daylight.
Use of these new devices allows the removal of
  Vacuum pumps
      Vacuum hoses ,gages,Regulators and so on.
      Heavy Attitude Horizon and Directional Gyro
We should easily obtain a significant instrument panel weight reduction.In addition a 20# forward weight reduction will reduce trim drag and may reduce cruise angle of attack[which equals big time drag].
  These new postage size Electronic Gyros are amazing,I think?
              Ted

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