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    Quote Originally Posted by Porsche Horsche View Post


    I like to fly the little guys; mainly 7ECA, 7GCAA, 7KCAB Citabrias/ Decathlons and 7AC Champs.

    Have a little bit of time in that exact airplane.

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    Nice! I learned to fly in a Champ. Good times

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    I've been learning on this. It's a classic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macman View Post
    Flying Helos has been the most fun I have ever had flying. Going through the Canadian military you are required to do 2 phases of fixed wing before being selected for jets/multi-engine/or helicopters. And I must say that nothing comes close to helicopter flying.
    Jet Rangers are solid machines. The tail rotor authority definitely keeps you on your toes at times. The 412 should be a blast. Good luck and enjoy the peace of mind of having two engines when you are flying at night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pushn'lbs View Post
    Jet Rangers are solid machines. The tail rotor authority definitely keeps you on your toes at times. The 412 should be a blast. Good luck and enjoy the peace of mind of having two engines when you are flying at night.
    Thanks, started into the 412 last week, definitely a different beast with the boosted pedals and not having to worry about tail rotor authority. Also with all the stabilization in it, hovering was a breeze... just have to get used to the force trim.
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    I like that Cessna! I'm working on my privates with a 172.

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