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Thread: Many thanks to the Koch family for BACFest 2019

  1. #11
    Thank you all for the kind words. You know, when you take your family to a special event or on a special trip, you always want it to be the best you can make it and for BAC - our second family - the goal was exactly the same!

    Thank you all for coming. It was so great to see you all here in Colorado and no matter where we find ourselves for future BACFests it will be great to see you all again then. Take care, and safe flying throughout the coming year!
    -Rick Koch
    BAC Art Director
    C23 Sundowner

    Areas visited with Ten Alpha

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by FASTFRED View Post
    So did they announce where 2020 BACFEST is going to be held ?
    For all of us that couldn't make it this year, we are dying to know the next location so we can start dreaming and planning for next year.


    Joe Kirby
    Sierra N9299S

  3. #13
    I’m told 2020 in Tullahoma, Tn (KTHA)
    Being organized by JP. !!
    Fred (fastfred) Culleton
    N6703P-Sierra C24R
    Flowery Branch, Ga
    KLZU Home Base

  4. #14
    Echoing everyone else, a heartfelt thanks to the entire Koch clan for a great BACfest 2019! I can only imagine the time spent planning and organizing such an event. It was flawless. Super job and very much appreciated.

    Duchess Joe

  5. #15
    A wonderful job by the Koch family. Jane and I thank y'all very much for all your hard work in making this another great BACFest.
    ...fly safely...
    M Greg Johnson
    N2241L

  6. #16
    Terrific event organization! Terrific Location! Fantastic group of pilots & friends. Rick and Chris did one amazing job.

    Doug & Marlene
    Doug Faucette
    N60003 - C23

  7. #17
    Thank you so very much for the wonderful time! I’m so glad that I made it to my 13th BACFEST.

    Rick, Chris and Koch Family, you are such wonderful host, so hospitable, thoughtful and attentive to every detail. O2 bottles for us low landers. Really? Getting me a late reservation at the hotel. And the Starbucks coffee and treats, wine and cheese at the tour stops, was just over the top! Thank you so very much.

    Please get some rest, huff on those O2 bottles and reflect on a job well done! I will never forget this experience!

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by JoeKirby View Post
    For all of us that couldn't make it this year, we are dying to know the next location so we can start dreaming and planning for next year.
    As Fred said, it will be in Tullahoma, TN and will be held in conjunction with the museum's annual Beech Party. Important to note that, while our BACFest is usually held in September, 2020 will be Oct. 7-10. Hope to see everyone there.
    Mike Nielsen
    McCook, NE
    Sierra N9164S

  9. #19
    After there has all been said already what I would have mentioned I can only repeat : many thanks to the whole Koch family for the fantastic organization!
    I'd like to take the opportunity as well to thank Nelson for his hospitality in the AMEN RIVER HOUSE during the pre-event warm up and Tom and Lisa for letting me log my first 1.15 in a SUPER during the fly-out!
    I felt a warm welcome from the first minute although I didn't know anybody before that (except Amy and Jay, I enjoyed having seen you again!)
    Jeff, J. P. : let's ride together in Tennessee next year!
    Marty: great lesson about our engines, although most of us have been too tired to understand all that. Therefore I add the pictures nobody has uploaded before.
    I had a great time with all of you, thank you!

    Gesendet von meinem WAS-LX1A mit Tapatalk
    Peter

    D-EAPS
    B24R
    MC-239
    EDFE - Germany

  10. #20
    The only things that you really need to know about operating your aircraft engine are;

    For carburetor aircraft;

    Best Economy; Fly at Peak EGT.

    Best Power; Lean to Peak EGT, then enrich mixture to 125 to 150 degrees below Peak EGT.

    For Injected Engines;

    Best Economy; Fly at Peak EGT. Or a little Lean of Peak with an engine analyzer only.

    Best Power; Lean to Peak EGT, then enrich mixture to 125 to 150 degrees below Peak EGT.

    Summary;

    At Peak EGT your CHT should have fallen below 400 degrees Centigrade. Yoda always said, “You can’t hurt your engine flying at Peak (Leanest) EGT.” Don’t try to fly your carb engine lean of Peak. Nor your injected engine without an analyzer.

    Gas is never gonna be cheaper than it is today. Throw some gas in that engine and fly as fast as you can. 125 to 150 degrees Rich of Peak puts you in the center of the Best Power Band on this chart. 125 or 150 (Your Choice) is the only number you need to know or care about. IMHO

    KISS!!!
    Last edited by wdnd5960; 09-17-2019 at 10:13 AM.

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