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I would like to congratulate you and your company for what seems to
be a very efficient speed kit for the Cessna 182.
recent visit to your facility, I was very impressed with the
thorough research being conducted. When your pilot suggested that
he fly the company's modified C-182 FG along side of my C-182 RG, I
chuckled to myself thinking that I would certainly run away from him
and that I would have to significantly reduce power in order to
However, to my
surprise, on takeoff (formation) he had quite a bit faster forward
speed as well as climb rate. Even with my gear retracted, he was
out-climbing and out-running me. In cruise configuration at 3000
ft. MSL, our speeds were so close that I was very impressed.
So many times,
manufacturers will boast of fantastic results with their
modifications, but actual performance is altogether another
subject. Your speed kit is obviously one that really does perform
as you say, and we are very impressed.
- Carl Weaver -
I expected to
get 60% of the claimed speed increase! To my Delight I got the full
20mph claimed. Now my 1971 Skylane cruised right at the yellow
line, the fastest Skylane on the field, only slower than a S Model
- M W Dennis -