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    No, there is no regulatory requirement to...

    No, there is no regulatory requirement to overhaul the engine.
  2. The AIM is an excellent reference for navigation....

    The AIM is an excellent reference for navigation. It's states authorization to use GPS for any IFR operation is based on several factors like;

    -- GPS navigation equipment must be approved in...
  3. You have an experimental but it's not amateur...

    You have an experimental but it's not amateur built. What someone can do in a homebuilt (amateur built) may not apply to your plane which is why you should check the OL. Pretty sure you will never be...
  4. Just to clarify, I originally said: "would prefer...

    Just to clarify, I originally said: "would prefer VFR only pilots not fly VFR OTT" We know it shouldn't substantially increase risk for an IR pilot.

    The FAA has restricted student pilots,...
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    I fly a plane with an 375 and since I'm one of...

    I fly a plane with an 375 and since I'm one of the few pilots that does not use an ipad when flying lightplanes, I use the screen. Seems to work okay for me and that's with tri-focal correction. I...
  6. But at some point, does it not make more sense to...

    But at some point, does it not make more sense to get an instrument rating? [ I dunno how difficult it is to obtain an instrument rating in CA].
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    Flight manual supplement says GNX 375 is approved...

    Flight manual supplement says GNX 375 is approved for stand alone IFR navigation, specifically:

    "Single engine piston aircraft under 6,000 lbs. maximum takeoff weight:
    Required Equipment for IFR...
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    2 G5's, Garmin 375, ADSB and misc nic-knacks,...

    2 G5's, Garmin 375, ADSB and misc nic-knacks, plan on ~$20k
  9. In the US, the FAA made it easier to obtain an...

    In the US, the FAA made it easier to obtain an instrument rating. That sorta obviates the need for all those increments !
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    Does it have a current Appendix E check? If no,...

    Does it have a current Appendix E check? If no, when was the last one?
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    I'll second that as the most probable, built in...

    I'll second that as the most probable, built in '72, was in popular mechanics around 1980, which if you read today makes you feel like you're in the '70's;
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    There was a patent on a flying machine back in...

    There was a patent on a flying machine back in 1906 by two obscure brothers.......
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    When you say "I purchased skylights" does that...

    When you say "I purchased skylights" does that mean you purchased all the associated hardware for skylight installation from the Cessna 150 IPC fig. 24 or 24A as applicable? (skylight, frame,...
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    stay home order is taking it's toll.....

    stay home order is taking it's toll.....
  15. That's a great idea ! ! ! Hope that catches on...

    That's a great idea ! ! ! Hope that catches on with other chapters!
  16. What happens when you plug the registration info...

    What happens when you plug the registration info into the Canadian civil aircraft register?

    If you can't prove it's amateur built then you'd have to register it another way and that's probably...
  17. I like the Buckminster Fuller Dymaxion house...

    I like the Buckminster Fuller Dymaxion house better. It's made out of sheet aluminum, like an airplane. :)
  18. Spent a lot of nights in that Radisson; just NW...

    Spent a lot of nights in that Radisson; just NW and visible from the hotel is the Futuro house (UFO house) It looks like aviation, lol and it's much closer than Sporty's.
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    The next question is will insurance pay claims if...

    The next question is will insurance pay claims if PIC does not hold a valid medical and has a mishap? If said policy requires a valid medical that would technically breech the insurance contract.
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    I think it's amazing you found 2 gyroplane...

    I think it's amazing you found 2 gyroplane training operators that close. Keep looking! Check the Rotary Wing forums: https://www.rotaryforum.com
  21. Depends on how high it's jacked up.

    Depends on how high it's jacked up.
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    Call an insurance provider give them your pilot...

    Call an insurance provider give them your pilot info and have them run some generic quotes. You'll get an idea of what to avoid. If you're looking at getting a 700P Aerostar that will probably be...
  23. It's made by spinning a flat piece of aluminum...

    It's made by spinning a flat piece of aluminum over a form on a lathe set up for metal spinning. It's really not hard to make.
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    I would never use my real name on the internet....

    I would never use my real name on the internet. That's just nuts.
  25. The AD is in progress. Comment period is closed....

    The AD is in progress. Comment period is closed. Most of the comments suggest the proposed AD is too onerous. Waiting on final rule from FAA. The AD is intended to address fatigue cracks in the spar...
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