Buying More Power: Many Pricey Options

More power up front means more performance, but it doesn't come cheaply. The main benefit is increased rate of climb and decreased takeoff roll.

You’re a pilot, so you’ve said it at least once about every airplane you’ve owned: “It’s a great airplane, but it just needs a little more power.” It’s different this time. You’re serious. You’ve had the flying machine for a few years and you’ve gotten the avionics where you want them, the airframe and systems […]
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