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  • Turbos altitude advantage - Page 2 - Skymaster Forum
    as a turbo Other types of convective activity comes in many shapes and sizes and many cannot be topped by any type of Skymaster In respect to the TSIO 360 s longevity I agree that ANY engine will reach TBO more easily in the hands of a smooth pilot and not a throttle jocky especially the turbo d versions Also it is critical for a turbo d engine to be set up or tuned correctly to live long and be happy Items such as unmetered fuel pressure metered fuel pressure turbo wastegate settings and spark advance need to be adjusted correctly in relation to each other and require a mechanic with the experience and the tools for the job But getting to the point It sounds to me like you are looking to buy your first Skymaster If that is the case and most of your flights are not long or mission critical I think you would be happy with a nicely equipped normally aspirated version Save a little on maintenance costs now and get to know the breed Trade up later if you feel the need Tom L Wright Aboutwright View Public Profile Find all posts by Aboutwright 17 03 14 16 11 26 AM YankeeClipper Registered User Join Date Apr 2013 Location CT Posts 32 Thanks Tom Yes I m looking into my first Skymaster but the mission isn t entirely known in advance I suppose What I do know is that it will be recreational only as in flying to recreational destinations I imagine the vast majority of trips will be single hop 2 4 hour trips Maybe once a year I ll go beyond that but more likely a tri ennial kind of event One concern is where I often see people get into trouble they

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  • Who Posted? - Skymaster Forum
    Who Posted Total Posts 17 User Name Posts YankeeClipper 6 JamesC 5 hharney 1 Larry Price 1 JB78382 1 Aboutwright 1 B2C2 1 n86121 1 Show Thread Close Window

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  • Is it possible to de-rate a pressurized aircraft? - Skymaster Forum
    costs of a P model are just beyond the budget for my mission But if I could take the quiet and weather resistance of the P and lose the maintenance and insurance costs it would seem ideal Nice thing is it is not unreversible unlike for example welding up gear for similar objectives YankeeClipper View Public Profile Find all posts by YankeeClipper 2 03 14 16 11 12 AM YankeeClipper Registered User Join Date Apr 2013 Location CT Posts 32 To clarify I m wondering if it is possible to remove for lack of a better word the pressurized rating of the aircraft so as to remove the constraints and obligations associated with that insurance oxygen etc Naturally I would also be flying it as a non pressurized aircraft at that point YankeeClipper View Public Profile Find all posts by YankeeClipper Previous Thread Next Thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Rate This Thread Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Rate This Thread 5 Excellent 4 Good 3 Average 2 Bad 1 Terrible Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You

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  • Fuel Stains - Skymaster Forum
    Might be the divider valve The fuel is probably coming from the cylinder drains Good luck as I fought the issue for years and never did find a total fix Is there oil mixed in the discharged fluid Herb R Harney 1968 337C I m in the front of the aircraft to prevent it from committing suicide hharney View Public Profile Visit hharney s homepage Find all posts by hharney 3 03 13 16 02 29 PM edasmus Registered User Join Date Nov 2006 Location ARR Aurora IL USA Posts 284 I ve had this occasionally on my 1973 G model It occurs randomly It may happen a few times a year and then I won t see it for a year or two I don t know if it is coincidence or not but it seems if I open and close the throttle a few times and even leave the throttle half open or so the drip would stop I don t know if some small pressure differential occurs that causes the drip or what but try moving the throttle a few times It doesn t cost anything Let me know if it works Ed edasmus View Public Profile Find all posts by edasmus 4 03 13 16 02 50 PM bking Registered User Join Date Feb 2010 Location None Posts 37 Ed and Herb thanks for the comments Just checked this afternoon and no stains so I ll keep check and try the throttle suggestion if it reoccurs bking View Public Profile Find all posts by bking Previous Thread Next Thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Rate This Thread Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Rate This Thread 5 Excellent 4 Good 3 Average 2 Bad 1 Terrible Posting

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  • Skymaster Forum - View Profile: bking
    05 AM Forum Info Contact Info Join Date 02 16 10 Posts Total Posts 37 0 02 posts per day Find all posts by bking Find all threads started by bking bking has no contact information Additional Information Group Memberships Aircraft type eg 69 T337D or none 74 337G Location None bking is not a member of any public groups All times are GMT 4 The time now is 05

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  • Upper Strut fairing removal - Skymaster Forum
    The book just says pull it down I m not sure that s possible without drilling out the attaching rivets Anyone ever replace the rivets with nut plates Thanks Skymaster337B View Public Profile Find all posts by Skymaster337B 2 03 09 16 08 01 PM cessnadriver Registered User Join Date May 2010 Location Franklin Pa Posts 115 Upper Strut fairing removal Well I don t know about your C337 but my C 337 just like my C172 both have riv nuts installed and machine screws Just drill out your rivets and then install riv nuts BILLS cessnadriver View Public Profile Find all posts by cessnadriver Previous Thread Next Thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Rate This Thread Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Rate This Thread 5 Excellent 4 Good 3 Average 2 Bad 1 Terrible Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts vB code is On Smilies are On IMG code is Off HTML code is Off Forum Jump User Control Panel Private Messages Subscriptions Who s Online Search Forums Forums Home Messages

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  • Skymaster Forum - View Profile: cessnadriver
    posts per day Find all posts by cessnadriver Find all threads started by cessnadriver cessnadriver has no contact information Additional Information Group Memberships Aircraft type eg 69 T337D or none 65 C337 69 C172 Location Franklin Pa Biography 500 hr SEL pilot 200 Hr Comm Helicopter pilot A P Rebuilding two Cessnas 1965 337 and 1969 172 Skyhawk Occupation Retired Us Army Interests rebuilding aircraft both fixed wing and rotor

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  • Who Posted? - Skymaster Forum
    Who Posted Total Posts 2 User Name Posts Skymaster337B 1 cessnadriver 1 Show Thread Close Window

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