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Thread: Dual STI build log

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    Senior Member efwd's Avatar
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    Default Re: Dual STI build log

    I guess that's the only "ghost" image on the ground were going to see this year. Airventure 2021 is the next we hope. Very nice Dustin, Thanks.
    Eddie Forward
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    Default Re: Dual STI build log

    Dustin, I tried to message you but your folder is full. I have a few questions regards to your EP912sti could I possibly email you or talk? my email; haypartington@gmail.com

    Robin

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    Fixed. Sent you an email.
    Dustin Dickerson

    Building 7ss STI x 2
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    N33TF......FLYING!
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    Couple flying photos. First one is on new years day, providing air support for the ground vehicles hunting coyotes. My brother has an old jeep that he bushwack's in and I was helping him by spotting. Low ceilings and low visibility made it interesting. Hard to spot without much snow on the ground. Flying around for 3 hours at low power settings and I still landed with 15 gallons.

    Next group of photos is finding a landing spot on a ridge. Can't tell from the photos, but its fairly steep. (at least for me as a novice) Steep enough that it would roll backwards without the brakes. I learned that when turning around on a ridge, turn into the wind and be careful, bush wheels have no traction. It started to slide of the side, which made me pretty nervous.





    Dustin Dickerson

    Building 7ss STI x 2
    Oratex
    29" shock monster
    EP912STI 155hp
    Garmin
    N33TF......FLYING!
    N53TF......FLYING!

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    Default Re: Dual STI build log

    Living the dream Dustin. Nice photo's!
    Somebody said that carrier pilots were the best in the world, and they must be or there wouldn't be any of them left alive. Ernie Pyle

    Brett Butler
    Building: 1998 Model 5 Outback, 912ul 110hp, G3x and 7 mods

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    I really enjoy all your flying photos, Dustin. They're great motivation, so keep 'em coming!
    Eric Page
    Building Kitfox 5
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