Bucks For Electronic Ignition: Worth It?

Three weeks ago, I started checking out an owner in his new-to-him Bellanca Scout, a 180-HP, constant-speed prop tailwheel utility airplane of the sort I’ve flown on and off for 40 years. However, the first takeoff was a revelation—it  performed far better than any 180-HP Scout I’d ever flown. Asking about it, the owner told […]
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