Re: Seat belts, N numbers, and check lists
Check in the "files" section of this group in the "Captain Bob"
folder. A number of months ago I posted a rather complete (or so I
believe) checklist for my Tornado II SS.
It includes pre-flight, engine start, run-up, cruise, and landing
As a former CFI I am a believer in religiously using checklists as
my old brain is incaplable of remembering all tasks essential for
safe flight. I use this EVERY flight!
Titan Tornado II SS 899HC
--- In Sport_Aircraft@yahoogroups.com, Larry Hime <lahime2002@...>
> Hi All,
> I am about to try to get an airworthiness inspection for a Tukan
> 3 questions for g-ELSA.me?
> Do I have to have shoulder belts?
> Do any of you have any checklists you would care to share with
>height ratios has been discussed but I can't find it. I do remember
> I know that the size of the N numbers as far as the width to
that 1 DAR was unhappy with house numbers. I went to the store and
got marine numbers for a boat that I think is more in line. They are
1.25 inches wide and 3 inches tall with about a half inch line width.
>inspections but a phone call to them says no.
> Also I thought that EAA would have DARs at Airventure for these
> Sometimes I wonder if each hand knows what the other is doing.
> Thanks for any and all answers.
> Larry Hime
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- "Dan Grunloh" <dgrunloh@...> wrote:
> I don't use them because in trikes there isn't much to doYes,..
> or remember at those times. No carb heat, no flaps, no trim
> (on mine anyway). I always manage to remember to communicate and
> check wind and traffic . The one pre-landing check I could use is
> to pull back the hand cruise throttle to the stop. I have on
>occasion had it raised slightly and wondered why it wouldn't land.
"cruise throttle closed" is an item on my downwind checks.
Other common downwind checks:
wing trimmed fast (trike)
wind direction and strength
fuel ok for go-around
And thank you very much Dan, for your excellent lists.