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Since the beginning of time, man has always looked for ways to add power to the machines that he's built. The combustion engine is a prime example of a power source that was just waiting to be improved upon.
This article on PT-6 hot section tips was written by Standard Aero's Kelly M. McCallum, and originally ran in the September 2001 issue of AMT. Due to several reader inquiries on the article, we have decided to feature it again as a resource for those...
With the advent of the light-sport aircraft rule becoming effective on Sept. 1, 2004 the FAA is scrambling to certificate approximately 14,000 existing "Fat Ultralights" flying around out there in the vapors.