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PA-34 Seneca

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Model Specific
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Wednesday, 06 February 2013
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John B
  • Hi Mik(e?), thanks for the reply. Believe it or...
    1 week ago
  • Hi, If this helps, for a '73 Seneca, (with the...
    11 months ago
  • Kent4142 posted a new discussion, New to us 1975 Seneca II
    Hello There,   My son and I just bought a 1975...
    1 year ago
  • Thanks Scott! We are trying to tweak them a bit to see if we can make it a better experience. If all else fails we will add traditional style forums to the site.
    Seems that the best way to have a "threaded" type discussion is by adding a discussion.
    2 years ago
  • This is my first post on the new system. I'm waiting to see what it looks like after I post it. This forum and I aren't quite friends yet but we're working on it :)
    2 years ago
    Jen D New "regular" forums are up and running now Scott. Maybe you can make friends more easily with them? :)
    1 year ago
  • John B - created a new group, PA-34 Seneca

The community for Seneca pilots and owners

Category
Model Specific
Created
Wednesday, 06 February 2013
Group Admin
John B
  • Kent4142
    New to us 1975 Seneca II
    Kent4142

    Hi Mik(e?), thanks for the reply. Believe it or not we have just now gotten out airplane in the air. It was somewhat abandoned at a grass strip in Jacksonville FL. We got it moved to DeLand, FL and got it put back together annulled, painted, and a Garmin in it. But it took foooooreeeever!!!. So, with 24" and 2400 RPM 10.5 gallons what kind of true and at what altitudes? Thanks, Kent

    Last replied by Kent4142 on Monday, 25 August 2014