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Me thinks not as relevant for a tandem...........but still funny as $&#@

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Me thinks not as relevant for a tandem...........but still funny as $&#@


I was going to go with a picture of an ASAN astronaut in the shuttle but I thought the flipped tandem was funnier.


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The flipped photos are polar opposites! :rofl:


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this is the funniest part to me


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 Post subject: Re: Raptor Aircraft 5 Seat Pressurized 3,600 NM Range Die
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Really you can’t pay much attention to a guy that gets someone to take his picture in a leased PC12, flip the picture like he is flying it and list as his aircraft in his profile.

This picture?


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 Post subject: Re: Raptor Aircraft 5 Seat Pressurized 3,600 NM Range Die
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I was thinking this would be more believable.Image


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Redrive problems rearing their ugly head.

Maybe the belts need to be more polar?


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Guys. Give it a rest already.
I think there has been enough piling on...

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That and this one....... and if you zoom in, it sure looks like N153X. Not trying to pile on, but come on there's no reason to come in like something you are not.

Anyway, back to topic. He needs to ditch this redrive setup. With the belts walking around, it seems obvious that the torque is causing the engine and redrive pulley misalignment.


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Guys. Give it a rest already.
I think there has been enough piling on...

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Meh. The guy got his jollies taking thousands of BT’ers for a ride. A certain amount of piling on — maybe 130 posts’ worth — is justified.

130 posts, all in this thread, in less than a month. The pilot certificate. The avatar. What motivates such behavior?


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What motivates such behavior?

You mean besides the BTers that keep responding to his posts?

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What motivates such behavior?

You mean besides the BTers that keep responding to his posts?

Well, yeah. What makes someone think getting a response is a worthy goal? Among adults, I mean.

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Come on, you need to think globally

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Maybe one day he will come clean... who knows...

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