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Hi 80 Bill has a mould for it. It was made by the previous owner. Let me know if you ever need close up images and measurements etc. made in fibreglass. Cheers.

 

I would love some close up pictures, an idea of the extra weight and the approximate cost of the unit.

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Took the Nynja to the beach today and caught up with some flying friends.  The weather was a 15 knots and the tide was out and the sand hard which made a perfect LZ.  Also a mates had his new Skyrange

Did a change out of the fuel line between the electric fuel pump and the through fire wall connector (5 years and the gates hose was still soft and pliable - good USA quality);  planned to fit a fuel

Fitted in an early morning flight in the Nynja for just over the hour out to the coast for a look around after fitting the new fuel hose and valve tap at the electric fuel pump outlet.  Have 258 hours

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Unfortunately, the picture of the Savannah is a bit blurry. A better picture would be appreciated.

 

From what I can see, Bill's belly pod looks more streamlined (or less agricultural) compared to the ICP factory unit. Also, the factory belly pod is not available for the Savannah S.

 

 

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On 21/09/2020 at 9:08 AM, eightyknots said:

 

I would love some close up pictures, an idea of the extra weight and the approximate cost of the unit.

Hi 80  Bill has been away with his Sav so I've been unable to get the better images and size etc.  I won't see him this weekend so will be a couple of weeks before I get the info.  Cheers.

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On 06/10/2020 at 9:45 PM, Blueadventures said:

Hi 80  Bill has been away with his Sav so I've been unable to get the better images and size etc.  I won't see him this weekend so will be a couple of weeks before I get the info.  Cheers.

No worries, B E. Whenever you at in touch with, or see, Bill next is fine. It would be nice to get further details one day such as the weight, cost, how this attached, etc.

 

 

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On 08/10/2020 at 5:02 PM, eightyknots said:

No worries, B E. Whenever you at in touch with, or see, Bill next is fine. It would be nice to get further details one day such as the weight, cost, how this attached, etc.

 

 

Hi 80  Got images and measurements today; pm you email and I'll email over to you.  Cheers

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3 hours ago, Blueadventures said:

Hi 80  Got images and measurements today; pm you email and I'll email over to you.  Cheers

Email address sent. Thanks.

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Did a change out of the fuel line between the electric fuel pump and the through fire wall connector (5 years and the gates hose was still soft and pliable - good USA quality);  planned to fit a fuel tap valve at this time as only fuel valves were before the inline filters and the collector tanks; so when they were turned off still had 6.25 litres to go.  Also made it hard to service gasalator; did a check of it while the tap valve fitted; passed.  All good now.  Did a 6 minute engine run and will do a check fly to verify no leaks and then will seal fire sleeve ends and place signage for tap valve open and closed and stick on floor beside it.

 

 

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Fitted in an early morning flight in the Nynja for just over the hour out to the coast for a look around after fitting the new fuel hose and valve tap at the electric fuel pump outlet.  Have 258 hours up now and still enjoy flying her.  Looking forward to doing a trip sometime in the future.  Landed back by 0730 hrs and off to work.  The air was nice and just a light 10 knot cross wind for the landing. Marian is the sugar mill steam and Cape Hillsborough just north of Mackay is the headland  and Mt Blackwood has the tower on its top.

 

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Took the Nynja to the beach today and caught up with some flying friends.  The weather was a 15 knots and the tide was out and the sand hard which made a perfect LZ.  Also a mates had his new Skyranger there and it was nice to see every one and meet a couple of new people.

 

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At time people ask what is the speeds of the Skyranger Nynja so I did a video on Sunday.

 

Cruise at 5,000 rpm DUC propeller at 95Kts and at 5,500 rpm 105 knots.

 

 

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