WHOA! Fuel Flow is really low. Flying in the evening and at night.



In this video, I take an evening flight around the valley and realize I had the engine management system automatically reconfigure itself based on fuel load, which changed the K-Factor causing the flow to read really low.

The K-factor is a constant, referring to the number of measurable pulses required for a given volume of fuel to pass through the point where flow is being measured.

I discuss flying in the evening and at night

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