I?ve noticed my stall warning is far less sensitive in the landing flair with only one person onboard with minimal fuel. In the above scenario the landing flair in ground effect is longer and it takes a very pronounced nose-high full-stall landing to get the stall warning to annunciate.
With a second person onboard and ? fuel the stall warning annunciates much sooner in the flair and nose of aircraft is not nearly so high an angle.
I have checked stall warning vane geometry and switch setup against drawing 16-03 and everything looks correct.
So, I?m wondering if others are seeing this same thing?
Jim Stricker - EAA #499867
PPL/ASEL 1970 - Sport Pilot since 2007
80 hrs Flying Aeronca Chief 11AC N86203
1130 hrs Flying 46 Piper J-3 Cub N6841H
Bought Flying RV-12 #120058 Oct 2015 with 48TT - Hobbs now 790
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