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Thread: "IFR-ing" a PA-22-150

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    Default Re: "IFR-ing" a PA-22-150

    I don’t know, but they are easy to see.

    Juergen
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    Default Re: "IFR-ing" a PA-22-150

    The 53 TriPacer static port is the tube just below or above (don’t remember which) the pitot tube on the left wing.
    Its the one with the sealed end and small hole in the side of the tube, perpendicular to the airflow in flight.
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    Default Re: "IFR-ing" a PA-22-150

    Mine for some reason is plumbed to BOTH the static ports on the pitot mast and to the static holes on the hellhole cover. I thought I had a really bad leak until I figured out what was going on.

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    Default Re: "IFR-ing" a PA-22-150

    Hello everyone,
    I’m trying to figure out best location for VOR/NAV/GS antenna.
    please help.
    Currently looking at buying RAMI av-525 antenna, RAMI av-570 diplexer.
    TIA for your help,
    Doug
    1953 Tri-Pacer

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    Default Re: "IFR-ing" a PA-22-150

    Mine is mounted under the horizontal stabilizer. Not sure if that is the best position, but it works very well. I fly my Pacer IFR and it has always worked when I had to fly an ILS.

    Juergen
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    Default Re: "IFR-ing" a PA-22-150

    Quote Originally Posted by Pacer42Z View Post
    Mine is mounted under the horizontal stabilizer. Not sure if that is the best position, but it works very well. I fly my Pacer IFR and it has always worked when I had to fly an ILS.

    Juergen
    Pacer N3342Z
    No poking your eye out like when they are installed on the top rib of the vertical stab. Works well on a Tri-Pacer though.

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