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Msg ID: 2668625 Difference between r22 and r44 (NT) +0/-2     
Author:discuss
11/12/2020 12:51:20 PM


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Msg ID: 2668663 Difference between r22 and r44  +2/-0     
Author:2 seats and 4 seats
11/12/2020 3:02:15 PM

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4 cylinders and 6 cylinders 



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Msg ID: 2668983 Difference between r22 and r44  +1/-0     
Author:no hydraulics, hydraulics
11/13/2020 7:46:20 PM

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harder to fly, easier to fly



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Msg ID: 2669116 Difference between r22 and r44  +0/-0     
Author:cheap
11/14/2020 3:43:06 PM

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Never flew either one, but at least the Federales made them put bladders in the R44 tank so it wouldn't explode when it crashed.I don't know if they ever applied that AD to the R22.



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Msg ID: 2669480 Difference between r22 and r44  +0/-0     
Author:No AD.
11/16/2020 9:20:26 PM

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Plenty of R44s flying without bladders.



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Msg ID: 2669192 Difference between r22 and r44  +0/-0     
Author:cheap
11/15/2020 10:08:51 AM

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I think the r44 has bladders in the fuel tank and the r22 doesn't.



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Msg ID: 2669683 Difference between r22 and r44  +0/-0     
Author:math guy
11/18/2020 1:00:26 AM

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The difference is 22



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