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Old 06-13-2017, 12:08 AM
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are "not found". I have not been able to access either of the referenced files. Not sure what is happening.

Cannot locate by name of pilot or type of aircraft. Worth the read, but cannot see it right now.
Try this: https://dms.ntsb.gov/pubdms/search/h...03D1CD837CCC85



If that doesn't work, go to dms.ntsb.gov and enter NYC08FA023
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Old 09-19-2018, 08:24 PM
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Sorry to bump this thread since it involved loss of life. However there are
several broken links. NTSB report search for RV10 or RV 10 or RV-10 will
not find report. It was listed as "Trish's Ride Home" not RV-10. The best
way to search for report I found was the tail number: N289DT

Location: Greenville, PA
Accident Number: NYC08FA023
Date & Time: 11/02/2007, 0832 EDT
Registration: N289DT
Aircraft: Daniel R. Lloyd Trish's Ride Home
Aircraft Damageestroyed

It is still a good lesson. As builders we need to take great care with anything to do
with Engine, Prop, Fuel, Exhaust, Flight Control's & electrical system, EVERYTHING.
Considering going duel EI that is electrical system dependent. Will I change my
mind? Electrical system should be the most reliable robust thing in the plane, but
the system has to be well designed, redundant, and assembled to highest standards.
Will it be as reliable as a standard dual magneto? Well it depends, but I think yes.
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