PA-11 LV-YMI - Instrument Panel

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Pictures and notes on the instrument panel of aircraft PA-11 LV-YMI.


The panel of LV-YMI before engine start.
The panel of LV-YMI before engine start.


The essential part of YMI's panel; you can see the speed indicator, altimeter, turn coordination indcator, tachometer, compass indicating a 310 heading, oil pressure within the green arc but engine temperature still cold... the plane must warm up the engine a little bit more before taxiing.
The essential part of YMI's panel; you can see the speed indicator, altimeter, turn coordination indcator, tachometer, compass indicating a 310 heading, oil pressure within the green arc but engine temperature still cold... the plane must warm up the engine a little bit more before taxiing.


YMI's panel; you can see the magneto key (position
YMI's panel; you can see the magneto key (position "both"), carburator hot air lever, speed indicator and the tachometer, which is indicating that the engine is running at 1.100 RPM for taxiing.


A more detailed view of the compass, turn coordinator, stick with PTT button (which comes from a Pilatus Porter), rudder pedals and before takeoff checklist.
A more detailed view of the compass, turn coordinator, stick with PTT button (which comes from a Pilatus Porter), rudder pedals and before takeoff checklist.



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