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Old 04-07-2020, 05:39 PM
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Default Down Under report & retro

Apart from lock downs & social distancing it has been the wettest start to a year in over a century in our area of Victoria (near Melbourne). Interesting change after the fires in December.
I have been persevering with an NSI based set up in an RV-9A but using a modern and high end Motec M130 for engine management and a much more up-to-date Subaru EJ25.
Short video of a Sunday (your time) circuit.
Cheers.
https://youtu.be/nWvxaQ6clNw
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Old 04-07-2020, 06:54 PM
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Patrick (Pmoran) -

How do you get your 3D flight profile superimposed on google maps like that?

Thanks in advance.

Thomas
Thomas Short,

I used ForeFlight from my flight, opened Track Logs, then imported it to google maps, opened the imported file which allows 3D viewing. Then I took a screen shot of my IPad, saved the picture and uploaded it to the forum.
Hopefully hat makes sense.
Pat Moran

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