Aviation Photo #0241141 Cessna 172F Skyhawk - Untitled

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Enjoying a nice sunny day, just like Frank and I were! Now, those horns???? I've never seen a plane pull up behind another one and toot "beep beep, outta my way!". (I know it's a stall warning horn!).
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    Craig Murray
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    Cessna 172F Skyhawk
    Cessna 172 Skyhawk/Cutlass/Hawk XP (T-41/Mescalero)
    Cessna 172 Skyhawk/Cutlass/Hawk XP (T-41/Mescalero)
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    17252686
    VH-DNG
    Maitland (Russell Field)
    New South Wales
    Australia
    September 29, 2001
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Anonymous
6 years ago
Actually, the horn-looking devices are the venturis used to create a vacuum for the instrument vacuum system (which drives the attitude, heading, and turn&bank indicator gyros). Newer Skyhawks use an engine-driven vacuum pump to perform the same function. The Skyawk's stall warning horn is inside the airplane, and is connected to a stall sensor located on the left wing.

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