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  • After a somewhat heavy landing in a friends CTSW which then required a go around (it was either that or a ditch), the ASI was found to have failed but did fully recover after about 60 seconds.

    Has anyone else experienced this?

  • #2
    Was the landing on Grass ? if so you might have flung muck up into pitot tube !!! and then it cleared, or 'shot in the dark' the pipe came slightly off instrument and as airspeed increased, got sucked back on :idea:

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    • #3
      Landing made on grass and no evidence of plumbing coming loose or getting blocked.

      I'm inclined to think it was an electrical fault triggered by the impact!

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      • #4
        Roger Callow wrote: Landing made on grass and no evidence of plumbing coming loose or getting blocked.

        I'm inclined to think it was an electrical fault triggered by the impact!
        Are you saying the ASI is Electrically displayed (ala Dynon or suchlike ?)

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        • #5
          Yep. Glass cockpit in the CTSW

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          • #6
            Roger Callow wrote: Yep. Glass cockpit in the CTSW
            The Dynon D10A resets itself in a heavy landing..... so I HEAR, never actually seen it do it :nono:

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            • #7
              In my brief stint in a CTSW group I thought the ASI always had a slight lag to it.
              Streaking - It was good for me..............

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