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1320 LB STC 22 Apr 2017 09:36 #898

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9 degree limitation seem to negatively effect take off roll
Bill James
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1320 LB STC 22 Apr 2017 08:25 #897

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Hi Bill,

I used to own N99933 and was glad to read it was still around. It also appears it is back in Ohio again?

Kevin
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1320 LB STC 23 Sep 2016 07:28 #635

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That's a good idea. Just remember when you're low and slow landing, it will be harder to keep the nose up. When the D models came out I believe several planes landed nose first and it wasn't pretty. You can't let the plane get as slow.
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1320 LB STC 12 Sep 2016 00:53 #612

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I think it will depend a lot on your flying style, so here is a thought. Put a mark on your yoke shaft at the 9 degree limit. Go flying, and see if you can stay within the 9 degree up angle. I would be curious to hear the results.
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1320 LB STC 11 Sep 2016 11:51 #610

I have the STC for 1320 lbs. Does anyone have an experience indicating significant difference in the 9 degree up limitation against prior 13 degree limit ?

Bill James

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