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Re: REFLECTOR: Aussie Velocity

>From: gpoole@zeta.org.au (Mr Greg Poole)
>Reply-To: reflector@awpi.com, gpoole@zeta.org.au (Mr Greg Poole)
>To: reflector@awpi.com, Alan Shaw <wingco@iu.net>
>Subject: Re: REFLECTOR: Aussie Velocity
>Date: Mon, 14 Jun 1999 18:07:21 +1100
> >There is a little left "P factor" in climb unless you have a "L" engine 
> >prop.  Is the ball in the center?  If the ball is to the left in level 
> >then shim the left rudder out slightly.  If the ball is centered but the 
> >wing is down then you may need to make a 1/32" thick   1/2" washer and 
>put it
> >on the bottom left outer bolt between the center and wing spar.The stable
> >morning air always helps with this fine tuning.
> >
> >Alan
>Spot on Alan,
>We did everything you mentioned and the 1/32" thick   1/2" washer that you
>suggested really sorted things out.
>Leon really respects you as a "flight guru" and made the comment today that
>he cannot understand why you spend so much time with those on the Reflector
>(he does not have a lot of respect for many of those using it and thinks
>most have a death wish). They spent some time aloft in the XL today just
>before gale force winds hit. Everything is going splendidly except withthe
>gear doors off they are nearly frezing to death. Retract worked like a
>charm today so retract doors go on next trip.
>Greg Poole
>(Building a Std RG Elite Down Under)
>Velocity Aircraft Australia/NZ P/L
Thank you Alan for all the time you spend on the reflector!

Special thanks to Leon, whoever you are.

Larry Epstein
173 FGE

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