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Old 07-04-2003, 07:52 AM   #1
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Good morning, Found this site last week. Just purchased a 92 SE on 7-1-03 with only 88K.Only had 1 owner and was well cared for after getting a Carfax report. I am really impressed with the car. I am a Capt and fly for USAirways Express but have been on a medical LOA since SEP, 2001. I was trying to post a pic of the car on the test forum but I guess I am doing something wrong as I can't get the pic to display in the message body. If anyone has any pointers on how I can get the image to display it would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Welcome to the club...in response to your pic posting question. The image must be located on the internet somewhere. For example, cardomain.com, or your own personal web page etc. If you go to any image on the net and "right click" on the image, you will notice Properties at the bottom of the little menu that pops up. Go to Properties and you will see a web address of that image. Copy that web address, come onto Bonnevilleclub, type in [url]paste the image address here[/img]

Make a few attempts in the test forum and good luck
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Welcome, member 1,200!!!!!!!!! Set up you CarDomain page first, then link the pics to the post. If you right click on the pic after you set up the page, you'll be able to get the true address for it under "Properties". Good luck!
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Welcome, flyboy! You have the unique EGR-less 92. There'* a couple preventive measures you can take to hopefully extend the lifetime of your drivetrain. A 180 degree thermostat and tranny cooler would be a really good idea! Talk to Deathrat for more details. He'* the pro on the EGR-less 92.

Hey, we want a pic of your plane, too! There'* a few others here from Aviation backgrounds, myself included.
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WELCOME!
If you have ANY questions regarding that EGRless of yours, just ask me! Of course if you need any help with it too, like modifications etc, I can help there too!
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DeathRat, Thanks for replying. I didn't even know that the 92 SE was EGRless.I should be getting a owners manual next week. The cae is excellent condition. Only had 1 owner. When I can figure out how to post a pic I will put some up. I am working on that problem now.
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wilwren, Thanks for replying.I am working on that problem now on how to post pics.When I figure out how I will post some pics of the acft I fly when I get my FAA medical back. I fly the DHC-8.
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Cool..is it like this?



Total pass.: 37/50
Cruise speed: 491/531 km/h
Range: 1295/1389 km
Max. start weight: 15.65 tons
Height: 7.5 m
Wingspan: 25.9/27.4 m
Length of aircraft: 22.3/25.7 m

That particular plane is built by Bombardier...good company Hey Avaitor? who do you fly for?
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DeathRat, wilwren was talking about the 180t.Looking at some of the other post is seems that that the 92 came with a stock 195. I have been driving this car for a week now and it has been pretty hot. I have been monitoring the temp guage and from the looks of things it is running pretty cool. Even with the A/C running and stopped in traffic the temp appears to hover between 180-195. The temp guage won't even go above 200 if I am stopped in traffic or idiling. Can I assume then that this car already has the 180T installed? Maybe I got lucky.
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89Bonniese89, Yep that is the one that I fly. You forgot to mention the service ceiling which is 25,000feet. It sure is nice to get up in the flight levels to get above the weather. I fly for Allegheny Airlines. Just passing time until I get my medical back.
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