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 Post subject: Re: Raptor Aircraft 5 Seat Pressurized 3,600 NM Range Die
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Not watching the vids, but redrive seems to be holding up?

Gotta replace another rubber gasket...


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Looking to see if Air Wagner is off probation yet...


Wait. What happened to Wagner? I see his videos are all hidden now.


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Looking to see if Air Wagner is off probation yet...


Wait. What happened to Wagner? I see his videos are all hidden now.


I don’t think anyone knows yet. The speculation is fun and rampant, but facts are in short supply.

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Looking to see if Air Wagner is off probation yet...


Wait. What happened to Wagner? I see his videos are all hidden now.


I think he was recruited to Top Gun and they asked him to take down his videos for national security.

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I moved my response to the Jerry thread as to not further sully the Raptor thread.


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I love those videos. Every time Peter says “there” i take a swig of whiskey. I get loaded before the end of the video :lol:


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Next word is redrive.


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I love those videos. Every time Peter says “there” i take a swig of whiskey. I get loaded before the end of the video :lol:
i do that for “dialed in”


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I tried doing it with "I'm okay with that." but I passed out after a couple of minutes.


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600 fpm with 15 gallons fuel, 1 pax, no bags and low density altitude.

The raptor is a real performer!


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600 fpm with 15 gallons fuel, 1 pax, no bags and low density altitude.

The raptor is a real performer!


That’s scary bad. Even if he gets the weight down, it will be a dog with 2 people and 5 hours of fuel. He needs more power/thrust than he is getting out of that engine/drive/prop setup.


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600 fpm with 15 gallons fuel, 1 pax, no bags and low density altitude.

The raptor is a real performer!


Pffffttttttt, you're just not taking all the polars into account. Or you're looking at it through rose colored polars.

Fly, Raptor, fly!!!!

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600 fpm with 15 gallons fuel, 1 pax, no bags and low density altitude.

The raptor is a real performer!

But he hasn't "dialed in" the pressurization yet. That'll really change things.


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If he’s gonna flying it to CA, all those fuel stops are really gonna slow progress across the country. Perhaps he needs active winglets?

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