People ask me all the time about my MT prop. They have heard they are not durable in the backcountry – off field environment, etc. Let me tell you otherwise…
I have spent the past few years flying the MT prop into a number of environments and it still looks new 500 plus hours later. With the exceptional weight savings on the nose using a composite prop its no brainer in the 180. Here are some photos of the prop in action.
This makes number 3 for me! Thank you GA News!
New kid, business has been very busy, fall promo tour etc., life has had me away from my blog here. I am still here and flying as much as possible, just not spending a lot of time on the computer for fun as much lately. Need to get back to this blog as I do enjoy sharing the adventures and really logging them so that I can come back to them down the road.
Some photos here that will catch you up and then some writing when time fits.
Simply stated…I truly love this sound!
Its always kinda cool when you see yourself and some friends on the cover of a magazine…This is the General Aviation News, Oshkosh – July Issue from our High Sierra Fly-in last fall. Check it out…the actually mag cover is the shot on the right here…
Someone the other day told me that a Kodiak was a waste of an airplane. “Its just a mini Caravan” they exclaimed. Wow! …is about all I could think. This person went on to say that the cub was a terrible plane to teach out of…(well maybe for first timers, but terrible?) The clincher was when they said they work and lived close to Lake Hood (the worlds largest float plane base) and that all the airplane noise late at night made them crazy….He also started this entire conversation by saying he was a “flight teacher”…whatever that means…I thought, your a CFI? hmmmm Anyhow, heres to the Kodiak! What a waste!