On 12/19/2017 12:25 PM, n357cj via KRnet wrote:
The fuel flow sensor is not all doom and glume... I installed the fuel scan
from Grand Rapids over 10 years ago and it has preformed flawlessly.
I'm not suggesting that a fuel flow meter has no value and if it's
working for you in you flight planning, keep using it. I've just decide
to fly with a more conservative fuel reserve plan and spend my $$$$ on
other things. I seldom make long cross country flights. I could fly 4
hour legs with reserve but seldom go more than 2 hours per leg. That
gets me 300 miles and I stop to stretch and check to see what lie
ahead. At my age I have to stop and pee after two hours anyway. :-( Go
with what works for you.
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