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I did a power check on an L3, we got to 14.500 feet over dryden, when the engineers pen exploded...

 

Winnipeg center was just giggling, wondering what in the world we were doing there anyways.

 

3 of us onboard, + less than half fuel... LEarned our lesson I guess.

 

That one (C-GACG) was a powerhouse! Sure coulda pulled some stumps with it.

 

Cheers

H.

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.... I was lifting a heavy load with a four point when one of the clevises that was knuckled under let go with a jolt. Because I had full power on the nodal beam set up a resonance between the rotor system and the load. It was a violent vertical hump that was taking me out of the seat. Lucky I just put the load down and in getting rid of the power the resonance settled down.

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Just curious MC, how long was the line and what was it made from?

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