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    A worthy Gyrobee for sale

    Hi Tom! Your club members might remember this machine, it was Adam's. Any interest among them?
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    Look at this one please!

    Considering I have $10,000 in it plus adding the trailer, blade box, radio, and helmet--about half of that. Tom C
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    Look at this one please!

    This machine won awards at Mentone summer 2010. I've got to let it go, no air time since I bought it, a great starter gyro. Springfield Missouri 417-838-6699
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    A worthy Gyrobee for sale

    Read about it here, I will entertain all offers, this is a good machine with some nice extras. Springfield Missouri phone 417-838-6699 https://www.rotaryforum.com/forum/sw...again-for-sale
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    Gyrobee for sale once more

    Was asking 10K in 2014, but would take less now.
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    Gyrobee again for sale

    Sorry I seem to have gotten two threads going at the same time. The other has current pictures, it's too bad that the youtube clip of it flying is gone. If anyone can reach Adam H, maybe he still has that. My reasons for selling are: older-Hah!, planning knee replacement, still working with not...
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    Gyrobee for sale once more

    No Title Here's current pics of my machine, always garaged, not flown, check it out.
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    Gyrobee for sale once more

    My machine has been safe in my garage since purchased, sorry to say, but just as nice as when I bought it. Still working too much, not enough time. Price is flexible See below: https://www.rotaryforum.com/forum/swap-meet/for-sale/42765-gyrobee-again-for-sale Some links may be old, but this...
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    RAF 2000 within driving distance of Tulsa?

    I have trained with Ron Menzie in his RAF with tall tail, and I would never want one! The 90 degree seat is a back killer, and it just seemed heavy and slow. I hope most of the others are a lot more responsive. If I end up flying, it will be my Gyrobee or a Dominator. If I had 100K in a...
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    Gyrobee again for sale

    Yes I still have it
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    Gyrobee again for sale

    About post #9, the 15 lbs needs to come off of me-haha. I have thought about gyro Ron's suggestion a lot, but wonder if doing that with an already numbered craft is bad form, meaning a big fine someday.
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    Gyrobee again for sale

    I'm with you Adam. If it doesn't sell, I'm glad to keep it, because there's always a way to make more time, lose 15 pounds, and go flying. As a noobie, I have to say the part about an instructor flying your single seat machine before you do yourself is kind of awesome. I mean, you know, how does...
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    Gyrobee again for sale

    Adam estimated 275 lbs. I brought it down to Ron Menzie and he did the hang test, said it was in the correct zone. But he only taxied it; we were busy flying his machine. I heard a person could cover the numbers and fly it without a cert, pretending it was an ultralight, but I thought that was...
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    Gyrobee again for sale

    My wife has been bugging me about that machine in the garage, so I said I would sell it, asking $1,000,000. This will give me flexibility in negotiations, honey. OK, enough of the lame humor. I am selling my Gyrobee, never flown by me. You can read about it here...
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    IPad

    OK eh, I've got this gyrobee with just motor and rotor tach. And the plastic airspeed thingee. If I get an Ipad with aero software, is that all I need? The Ipad seems pretty cool on its own too, so I could talk myself into it. Of course I'm not legal to fly yet, so I have time to think about...
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    Baronpilots visit to see the Turbinator

    This question may reflect on what Americans were like 60 years ago, but... aren't Bonanzas narrow inside, like 42 inches? I'm not that large, 6' 220, but those few inches on a long trip make a difference. Whatever happened to the Commander?
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    Vance --------how many would like to attend his forum?

    Whichever day Vance speaks, I will be there!
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    Starting a ROTAX 503

    This site has just what I wanted: http://new.lakeaviation.ca/maintenance-tips/carburetor-synchronization
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    Starting a ROTAX 503

    Thanks for the feedback, IF one were to run without the prop, do you balance each carb's idle speed by ear, counting screw turns, or a vacuum gauge? Thanks, Tom C
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    Starting a ROTAX 503

    Ok, a real newbie question. I bought a gyrobee with a 503 this fall, but won't be flying it until completing training this spring. I want to run the engine some this winter, and think I would remove the prop for safety. Are there any problems with running it like that? Thanks Tom C
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