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Citation owner of VH-MYE in court today 18th August

Old 14th Sep 2020, 02:17
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You seem to be hanging on a bit tight.
To loosen the reins a little what was the ITE incident, a search reveals zip?
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Old 14th Sep 2020, 03:51
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Originally Posted by megan View Post
To loosen the reins a little what was the ITE incident, a search reveals zip?
Try VH-ITH
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Old 14th Sep 2020, 05:53
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I once worked with the driver of that 'chip detector' event, absolutely certifiable!...lolol

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Old 14th Sep 2020, 06:31
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The ATSB investigated an incident on a Kingair over Mt Hotham where both engines had a chip detector indication. Eventually the investigation was discontinued as the CDI were the result of pilot tomfoolery and not a result of engine malfunction.
I take it that a chip detector indication was a cause for alarm and 2 indications was a cause for panic. Now that Lookleft is once again permitted to post on the subject I would be interested to know what happened
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Old 14th Sep 2020, 10:24
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This is the best I could find. I know the ATSB discontinued the investigation as it wasn't a safety issue but a stupidity issue. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2006-05-...r-bond/1754362
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Old 14th Sep 2020, 10:48
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Over torqued or over temped the engines?
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Old 14th Sep 2020, 11:24
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Originally Posted by Capt Fathom View Post
Over torqued or over temped the engines?
No, oil starvation due to the Neg G manoeuvres.
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Old 14th Sep 2020, 12:13
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What did Tex Johnston say?........it's only a 1G manoeuvre?
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