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Here in Oregon it's cool and wet--prime carb icing conditions today, just above freezing and just warmed up enough to clear out some low level clouds.  I'm scheduled for my private check ride in two days, and went to practice today. I used carb heat during taxi and paid close attention to the carb heat test during run up...I left it on for a long while, listening for roughness and watching for any increase in RPM.  No roughness, and maybe 20rpm increase but it fluctuates ...
Ethan Benatan posted new forum topic
Nov '20
Here in Oregon it's cool and wet--prime carb icing conditions today, just above freezing and just warmed up enough to clear out some low level clouds.  I'm scheduled for my private check ride in two days, and went to practice today. I used carb heat during taxi and paid close attention to the carb heat test during run up...I left it on for a long while, listening for roughness and watching for any increase in RPM.  No roughness, and maybe 20rpm increase but it fluctuates ...
What to do when a non-required instrument fails and while waiting for repair/replacement.  Example: turn coordinator in a plane where it's not required by 91.205 for VFR, is not listed in the type certification data sheet, and can be inactivated by pulling a fuse on the panel.  This scenario is on the ground, not in flight. The goal is for the aircraft to be airworthy for VFR flight. 

Person A says, take it to an A&P to pull the fuse, placard it, and make a log entry.
Person ...
Ethan Benatan posted new forum topic
Aug '20
What to do when a non-required instrument fails and while waiting for repair/replacement.  Example: turn coordinator in a plane where it's not required by 91.205 for VFR, is not listed in the type certification data sheet, and can be inactivated by pulling a fuse on the panel.  This scenario is on the ground, not in flight. The goal is for the aircraft to be airworthy for VFR flight. 

Person A says, take it to an A&P to pull the fuse, placard it, and make a log entry.
Person ...