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Huosai HS-6A Engine Availability

Availability of HS-6A engines and parts

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Help with fuel line

I'm new to the community. My CJ-6A is in annual and we found three deep dents in fuel line at feeder tank. I've got it loose at both ends, however I don't see anyway it is coming out of inner wing with out dropping outer wing section. I have two questions: 1- is there anyway to get it out other than removing outer wing? 2- is there a flexible stainless steel mesh option to replace it. I can cut it at the elbow and replace it with a flexible if that's an option. Thx in advance. Shantini

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Gena Elfimov Training

Looking for YAK folks in the NC/NE/SE interested in a training session with Gena Elfimov. Click the website links for more info The training is based on the DOSAAF courses that were used in the Soviet Union for 30+ years. The main focus is safety. Individual courses are flexible and are based on the drills described on my web site, taking into account pilots' experience and objectives to be achieved. They always include basic aircraft handling (including ground checks and procedures), high alpha handling, at least up to the level of normal erect spin, accelerated stalls and "departures" followed by recovery from unusual attitudes, practice forced landings. Pilots who want to get up to advanced level aerobatics also practise more advanced types of spins (aggravated, flat, inverted and transitions between them) plus the drills to recognise the type of rotation and to apply the correct recovery method. The system knowledge part is geared to ensure safe aircraft operation both in the air and on the ground and correct decision making in unusual situations. Of course all the emergency procedures and drills are included too. Details of the drills and programmes are listed at: http://www.skytrace.co.uk/index.html?prog_all.html http://www.skytrace.co.uk/index.html?safety_prog.html http://www.skytrace.co.uk/index.html?type_conv.html For more information on the aircraft technical data, checks and procedures please have a look at: http://www.skytrace.co.uk/index.html?aircraft.html#procedures Seth Bertram 740-350-1109

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Spin training near Ohio

Hi folks! Just bought a Yak-52 and would like to get some spin training in my aircraft. I live in southern Ohio but work out of DTW. Any leads/ideas would be much appreciated! Seth Bertram

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Yak 52

Hi folks, I'm a flight instructor based in Long Beach CA and i'm considering getting myself a Yak 52 (alone or with a partner)! Is there anybody around SoCal who can show me a Yak? maybe take me up for a short flight?

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GIB Opportunity Sought in Florida

RPA member recently relocated to St Petersburg Florida for my work and would like to fly GIB. Economy has delayed getting my own -52 but would like to team up with a Florida member to build flight and maintenance experience. 300 hrs including aerobatic time. Also have taildragger experienced in Citabrias, Decathlons and Super Chipmunk. Cell:502-439-6002

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low level fuel lights

On the CJ6, has anyone changed the Low Fuel Level lights to American style "push to test " lights? I was looking at the back of the panel and saw the lights go into a box of some sort that has a few more wires than I was expecting. I was hoping the low level sender was in the tank and a single wire would come up to trigger the light. I have not opened the box or removed the existing lights yet as I would not want to break something that obvious!y works. It would be nice to be able to test the bulbs during the preflight like you test the gear lights. I understand I would only be testing the bulb and not the entire system. Better yet maybe there is a way to test the system without removing the fuel.

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low level fuel lights

Has anyone replaced the low fuel lights on a CJ6 with "Push to Test" style?? Apparently on the back of the CJ lights there is a control box or something that activates the existing lights.

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