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  1. with ibal you have to create new load stations for the shortened rear seat, sucks. It is great if you want temporary changes such as a different basket or such. But with a shortened rear seat it is permanent and thus when adding a different revision you have to make all the changes rather than just the install of duals etc. Saifans is nice, with the excel program in iphone now the powercheck, performance and now w & b programs are sweet.
  2. This is really nice. Is there any way to make changes to the actual c of g locations, such as the rear shortened seats which some ac have? Thank you!!
  3. Paravion out of Colorado sells them too.
  4. Onboard I believe sells the same ones as dart(Barry lines) Donaldson ropes sells it too I think. spiral lines are a bit of overkill. Don't have any and have never had issues.
  5. You may get a better response if you put down which ones you are thinking of purchasing and folks could then provide pros and cons for each. Otherwise it sounds like you are trolling or looking for someone else to do your research. You can always just buy a roll of the stuff and make your own, as from what I understand it is all amsteel blue and put together by various suppliers and some think they have invented the wheel.
  6. redundancy and altitude all measured by the same methods as this thread,,,,,how long is a piece of string.....
  7. Yes, until your engine quits and you do not have enough aft cyclic to get the nose up before you hit the ground infront of you......most "American" products will pitch nose down if you lower the collective for autorotation(especially the 500) and if your cyclic motion is limited it will be bad. As the loggers pointed out your option is to turn(even with use of pedals) to get the machine around which may be bad as well. I would tend to just fly it within its rate of climb limits knowing the aircraft should do as expected.
  8. To bad that hook is not certified for class c or d,,,,,to my knowledge that is.
  9. And I believe there is not a hook manufactured by onboard which is certified for class c either,,,,hmmm.
  10. Hmm, so class d,,,out,,,stc'd cargo racks for crews(class A) out, external cargo racks(class A) out????
  11. So without the cell plan it works fine? And I guess you get your updates thru wifi then? Excellent idea!
  12. Maury, interesting you think we need balls but should be like "REST OF THE PLANET" .....sounds like a realignment of balls is required as we do not need to be like anyone else as far as I can see or we are simply changing to change. Otherwise agree with your statement.
  13. Funny how in Canada it is called kissing a#s and other countries call it a positive attitude and positive service....hmmm.
  14. Same to you Phil and everyone else on here!: Paul Kendall
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