It's funny how little things can make a huge difference in life--especially when it comes to aviation. Little things are important to aircraft design, and there are few things in an airplane that we can take for granted. Take, for instance the simple matter of finding a stick grip that works well for a particular airplane. You see--stick grips don't just match your hand (although that is important), they also need to work with the plane! Continue reading "The Right Grip"
McFarlane Aviation Products is now offering several controls for Experimental aircraft, including push-to-unlock, turn-to-lock, simple push-pull, and dual carburetor Rotax choke and throttle controls. They feature all-metal construction, a Teflon line, and options for length, inner wire, end configuration and knob style. Controls are available in both single and dual wire configuration, and the knobs can be personalized.
According to the company, the throttle and choke controls for 912/914 Series Rotax engines with dual carburetors can be installed cleanly, without using a splitter box. In addition to panel mount style throttle controls, McFarlane also now offers a quadrant-style throttle and both a locking (turn-to-lock) and non-locking choke control.
For more information, call 800/544-8594 or visit www.mcfarlaneaviation.com.