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Cliff posted 08-24-2001 09:30 AM ET (US)   Profile for Cliff   Send Email to Cliff  
Looking for the pic of an 18 outrage airborne in the Pacific....which page in Cetacea can this pic be found. Need to share it with a friend.

Thanks
Cliff

Mullet posted 08-24-2001 09:33 AM ET (US)     Profile for Mullet  Send Email to Mullet     
Page 40.
Cliff posted 08-24-2001 09:40 AM ET (US)     Profile for Cliff  Send Email to Cliff     
Thank You....
Whalerdan posted 08-24-2001 11:48 AM ET (US)     Profile for Whalerdan  Send Email to Whalerdan     
Since this topic was brought up- Tom, what are those round things on the side of your console? Could they be temp and baro gauges?
DCPeters posted 08-24-2001 11:57 AM ET (US)     Profile for DCPeters  Send Email to DCPeters     
Altitude and horizon indicators
GAwhale posted 08-24-2001 01:18 PM ET (US)     Profile for GAwhale  Send Email to GAwhale     
When an aircraft leaves the ground, we have a term, we say the aircraft is rotating. Tom's boat is definitely rotating. Engine is on Total Rated Thrust (TRT).

I have no need for an 18 Outrage, but that picture makes me want to buy one.

Bigshot posted 08-24-2001 01:38 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
Fortunately we can do that in any Whaler, no pilot license required:)
Tom W Clark posted 08-24-2001 06:46 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
Whalerdan,

What you see is a twin compact electric horn. Being tucked just ahead of the console grab rail like that meant it almost never caught any lines, (fishing or otherwise). The rail would tend to deflect lines and clothing away fro it. It also put it very close to the horn button which is mounted at the base of the binnacle mount control and thus a very short wiring run.

GAwhale, actually the boat was moving at minimum planing speed, about 14 mph. (stall speed, flaps down, for you pilots out there) Anybody can run their boat at full throttle of a large power boat's wake and become airborne, but this day the waves were just kinda' throwing us up into the air. And rotating it was!

GAwhale posted 08-25-2001 10:26 AM ET (US)     Profile for GAwhale  Send Email to GAwhale     
Yeah Man, Tom is really kick'in some empennage (the tail assembly of an airplane) in that photo.

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