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Thread: Cont. O-200-A engine in a Vagabond

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    Default Re: Cont. O-200-A engine in a Vagabond

    I know there is 2 degrees of down thrust in the mount and that is clear on the drawing, but does it need any right thrust or do you fly pushing on the rudder pedal?

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    Default Re: Cont. O-200-A engine in a Vagabond

    I see the 2* down on the Piper mount drawings and can see it on the Piper 3-view but I don't see anything angled right. It makes sense there should be some but maybe the A-65 didn't pull hard enough to matter. I didn't need to ride the rudder on the one I flew.
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    Default Re: Cont. O-200-A engine in a Vagabond

    My 90 hp Super Cub mount is straight. I don't see in cant to the 100 hp Legend Cubs either.

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