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Articles from The Aviation Consumer (March 1, 2010)

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Avgas replacement: chicken, meet egg: GAMI'S new G100UL may be a drop-in replacement for 100 LL. the challenge will be devising a test program to fast track it and get refiners interested. Bertorelli, Paul 2439
Credit where due. Grainger Jerry Letter to the editor 115
Death by a thousand cuts. Van West, Jeff 653
Engine shop survey: zephyr gets top marks: Penn Yan, Poplar Grove, and RAM also saw customer accolades. good communication and responsiveness clearly matter more than a problem-free overhaul. Van West, Jeff Product/service evaluation 2901
Flight Planner feedback. Bouyea, John Letter to the editor 237
Mooney K-model: goes fast, sips gas: short on interior space and payload, it rewards proper management with outstanding performance and value. 4481
PiperSport LSA: sleek, comfortable: and also no surprises, which might make it the ideal entry level sporter that Piper wants to its higher-priced models. Bertorelli, Paul Product/service evaluation 1186
Plate reader roundup: many ok, none ideal until someone invents a new approach plate designed for the screen, we're stuck with pixels emulating paper and trying to make plates work on e-book readers. Van West, Jeff Product/service evaluation 2701
Product support: there's a limit: should we be steamed when companies stop supporting our 20-year-old headsets and radios? Yes, but to expect anything different is unrealistic. Burnside, Joseph E. "Jeb" 2217
Prop prices. Disbrow, Mike 432
SMA numbers. Siropoulos, Dean Letter to the editor 203
Upgrading to WAAS: only a few options exist; a WAAS buy-in adds real mission capability and workload reduction. but walk-away costs vary wildly with glass cockpits taking the biggest hit. Anglisano, Larry Report 2498

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