Guest Posted December 30, 2007 Share Posted December 30, 2007 All, I had a great flight today! close to an hour at 4k ft without a worry in my mind. Due to a good pre flight check! This is Specific to the Parajet (and any other motor that uses the Black Moulded Sections to offset the torque steer) I will upload a picture tomorrow. The coiled section of metal that the main strap is fixed to, which your crab then attaches to, is held in to place by a very very strong bolt, That bolt is held in place by a hard rubber moulding. During my pre flight checks today, I noticed that my moulding seemed to be 'rasied' slightly away from the coiled bar mentioned above. I got my ( 5mm ) Allen Key, and checked the tightness of the bolt and found that is was loose. Now, this is not a drama it is in the manual as a pre flight check, my motor has done well over 50 hours in less than 6 months. I am just saying.... CHECK IT! 'before' it's a drama. As I say, I will take a pic of the part tomorrow. Please copy the link from your browser and pass it on, again 'before' it becomes a drama. SW Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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