Originally Posted by gasman
If a .015 fuel reducer was installed in this situation, this accident would have never happened.
That's a very astute observation. Similar to ground leaning - lean it enough so that any application of power will bog down and make it obvious.
Greg Niehues - SEL, IFR, Repairman Cert.
Garden City, TX VAF 2023 dues paid
N16GN flying 1,200 hrs and counting on 91E10; IO360, SDS, WWRV200, Dynon HDX, IFD440, G5
Built an off-plan RV9A with too much fuel and too much HP. Should drop dead any minute now.
Repeat Offender - 10 empennage in process.