REFLECTOR: Gear up and PROP
dugasd at bellsouth.net
Tue Jan 29 16:05:49 CST 2008
Mike, Good to hear from you. I remember our flight in Little Rock
well. Beautiful day. I have a factor 0 time Mt that I uses but
replaced with an AeroComposite after 300 + hours secondary to runway
debris damage to the blades. Our runways are rarely swept. I completed
my 13,000 mile trip around the US border this summer in the Velocity.
Glad to hear you are still pursuing a Canard. The AeroComposite is
great (smoother, better climb and 6 to 8 knot faster in cruise) but
expensive and two month wait a year ago.
From: reflector-bounces at tvbf.org [mailto:reflector-bounces at tvbf.org] On
Behalf Of IFLYLB at aol.com
Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 6:14 PM
To: reflector at tvbf.org
Subject: Re: REFLECTOR: Gear up and PROP
What prop did you go with? I have entered into an agreement to purchase
a completed XLRG and wouldn't mind considering a prop change.
Having Proudly Flown in 129RD
In a message dated 1/28/2008 12:29:03 P.M. Central Standard Time,
dugasd at bellsouth.net writes:
Anybody needing an MT prop I still have a 0 hrs rebuilt one for sale.
Start the year off right. Easy
ways to stay in shape in the new year.
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