New – M.O.P. Manual, a required technical document.

Builders,

Below is a quick look and a video introduction to our new “Maintenance, Operations and Procedures manual

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Above, the cover: If you ar building or flying a Corvair powered plane, you need to own one of these. It is made up from data pulled together from my experience and that of Dan Weseman. Once or twice a month, we have a builder who calls us who has completely missed missed critical technical data we have previously presented in many formats. Here we have gathered critical information into a single, easily followed location. This is thousands of hours of testing, hundreds of hours writing, and all we ask of builders is to spend one hour reading it, and keep it on hand at all times, and follow it.

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Above, a look at the table of contents.

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Above, Three of the people who made the greatest contribution to getting this document into print.

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Above, a video explaining the content of the new MOP manual, and what its different about it.

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You can get your copy here:

http://shop.flycorvair.com/product-category/manuals/

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Thank you, William.

7 Replies to “New – M.O.P. Manual, a required technical document.”

  1. William, started to order the new MOP manual, picture was correct but the description was still for the 2009 edition. Put it in the cart and it was called a Flight Operations Manual. Did not want to take a chance so will eagerly await the corrected description. Jeff

    1. Jeff, thanks for the heads up. The manuals are distributed for me by SPA, and they also take care of my products page. You can go ahead and order if you like, the new manuals are on the shelf for mailing at SPA, and I pulled the remaining 2009 ops manuals off the shelf there last week so there can be no mix up. I’ll get the description and cart amended shortly, but any order placed from here forward is going to be filled with the MOP manual. Thanks, William.

  2. Just received new M.O.P. manual. Just looking through it, found a lot of answers to some of my questions. Mainly, what needs to be done after a power of prop strike. Even the definition of a prop strike. Thanks. I will be going through this for a while.

  3. William, KUDOS on the MOP. This is the clear and succinct information I was looking for years ago. Thanks to Terry and the publishers for extracting it.

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