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bigblackmastiff

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Looking for some opinion here:


I want to have 1 gyro on board in case of inadvertant IFR.


I have no Vac system and dont dont love the idea of a venturi. I'd love to have an electric attitude indicator...but they are a lot of money. That takes me to an electric turn coordinator.


I found most of these units too long to fit behind my panel. I've found one though that fits behind the panel and runs off my 28Velectrical system. Seems like a winner but........


Is it ok to do acro with this gyro as long as i have it powered down...not caged but not spooled up.????


Can anyone who has used a similar unit comment on what they thought of it. 2 1/4 " Edo Aire Mitchell ?????






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