Joined: 10 Jan 2006
Location: Sun Lakes AZ
|Posted: Thu Jan 18, 2018 7:07 am Post subject: Static Wicks
Not true re production built, type certified aircraft. I flew a 1965
Mooney M20E, for 18 years, which uses the same speeds except about 10
kts slower in cruise, IFR whenever needed. It was factory IFR approved.
I know there are plenty of others. In the time few the Mooney I might
have experience a little static once. I see the need when cruise starts
approaching 200 kts, but otherwise consider it a nice to have that I
would put near the bottom of my wish list.
On 1/18/2018 7:56 AM, bill.peyton wrote:
| You won't find a production certified IFR aircraft without them, and if you are serious about flying IMC, then IMHO they should be installed. Dayton-Grainger has a drawing with recommended locations for the RV-10, posted below.
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