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    Is there 12 volts on wire P59 at all times? Web

    Is there 12 volts on wire P59 at all times?

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    Most likely a bad field breaker. Turn on the...

    Most likely a bad field breaker. Turn on the switches until you get the drop to 2 volts. Check voltage at breaker, e switch, battery switch, and regulator switch. One of them is probably bad.

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  3. Nah. But I had to re curl my moustache. Web

    Nah. But I had to re curl my moustache.

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  4. Hey Eddie, you finally made me laugh out loud. ...

    Hey Eddie, you finally made me laugh out loud.

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    I've been changing them over to AN fittings and...

    I've been changing them over to AN fittings and lines. I use the Maule restrictor fitting screwed into the pressure port on the accessory case.

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    Thanks Jim. Are there any AC's or letters, from...

    Thanks Jim. Are there any AC's or letters, from the feds, that spell out their policy on experimental ADS-B equipment after 01Jan20? I'm having a hard time finding 'official' info?

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    What Mike said. The original set up was a...

    What Mike said.

    The original set up was a flex line off the engine to a hard line to the gauge. Of course the best way is a flex line from the engine to a pressure sensor. Then wires from the...
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    It's my understanding that experimental equipment...

    It's my understanding that experimental equipment (non TSO'd) is good in an experimental aircraft but the equipment must still conform to Part 91.227 requirements.

    Anyone else heard different?
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    Just means you are experimental not trying to...

    Just means you are experimental not trying to meet requirements for 01Jan20. \

    Trig will have the final word on programming. If you know some one at the local avionics shop, they might have the...
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    'Approved' as in ok'd for certified aircraft or...

    'Approved' as in ok'd for certified aircraft or just for experimental used? Seems like some codes are different from one to another (remember Navworx?) Have you contacted Trig?

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    Works just fine. A round perimeter is the best...

    Works just fine. A round perimeter is the best shape for a ground plane, but sometimes you work with what you have.

    Only thing I see in the pic is that I would have added a couple more 'legs'.
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    So you broke a bell housing, too! Web

    So you broke a bell housing, too!

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    It will work just fine mounted there. Rare to...

    It will work just fine mounted there. Rare to find a location that is completely straight/level.

    If you can go into the wing through an access panel there is no need to recover the bay. Attach the...
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    The GPS antenna has almost no wind load. Glue a...

    The GPS antenna has almost no wind load. Glue a piece of stainless steel window screen, about 6" diameter, to the inside of the fabric for the ground plane. Fabricate a mounting bracket to hold the...
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    Just a Garmin thing. Install it per instructions...

    Just a Garmin thing. Install it per instructions and it'll work fine.

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  16. Tell it to Lucille . . . Web

    Tell it to Lucille . . .

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  17. And . . . ? Web

    And . . . ?

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  18. Can't go wrong with a dedicated ground wire. ...

    Can't go wrong with a dedicated ground wire.

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  19. Ground path is a ground path. If your tail nav...

    Ground path is a ground path. If your tail nav does not flicker on/off when the rudder moves, it's ground path is good. While grounding through a moving part like the hinges is far from ideal, it's...
  20. NL and HT models don't need a hole in the nose...

    NL and HT models don't need a hole in the nose bowl. XLT will need a hole.

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    If you can get past the looks, it should...

    If you can get past the looks, it should function. That beacon is one of the Whelen slow flash, incandescent types (70509 I think?) not a true strobe. It pulls a fairly low amount of power and the...
  22. This is a solid state unit, with no moving...

    This is a solid state unit, with no moving internal parts, so should be a non issue. You should evaluate how much of your operations are truly 'off airport'. If the majority of your landings are on...
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    I use a similar technique when trying to read the...

    I use a similar technique when trying to read the raised numbers on connector bodies. Side light tends to make raised or engraved figures stand out more so than direct light.

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  24. I've pointed out, the last few years, one upside...

    I've pointed out, the last few years, one upside to this 'next generation'. I believe that we have a higher percentage of that population that has performed military service than at any time since...
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    Google search for uAvionics. Plenty of pictures....

    Google search for uAvionics. Plenty of pictures.

    Also, could you explain what light assemblies you have installed on the wings and tail currently? You lost me on post #42.

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