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Old 10-04-2021, 03:15 PM
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I am curious if you have the AOA system and tones activated on your HDX. It could prevent the situation you described.
I do but I don't recall hearing anything. Doesn't mean there wasn't sound, but I didn't hear it, maybe tunnel vision. I'll make a point to verify the sound is working.
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Old 10-05-2021, 10:31 AM
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From my very first flight in my -9A, what impressed me the most was how well it flies slowly. It's just an amazing airfoil on that thing.

An added benefit is that if anything goes wrong with a landing, just cram the power and POOF you are airborne -- away from wandering deer, etc. Ask me how I came to appreciate that quality!

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I cant believe how well the plane flew at 50 and 55.
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