Although I haven't installed an Angle of Attack indicator, I do own two
of them, and from those instructions and others that I've read, the
calibration is pretty much a trial and error affair involving several
flights, usually at high altitude for the stall protection.  That's the
only reasonable way to eliminate all the variables and calibrate it so
it's accurate on any particular given airplane.  Simply installing it
and expecting it to be accurate is probably not going to work properly. 

Mark Langford, Harvest, AL
ML "at"

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