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Re: Wheel cam guys.

Patrick Panzera <panzera@...>
 

Jim, All I could picture in my mind when I read your 1st post was this mini
cam pointed, not out the canopy like most of us would do, but back at the
pilot, who has this sh*t eaten grin on is face. The Pilot goes home and
plays it back and doesn't think he looks so good, so he blames it on the
resolution of the mini camera. But I thought you might get offended by that,
so I wrote you about the pilot skill thing.

For some reason, I'm still picturing that damn grin. :)
Would this happen to be the one???

http://www.experimental-aviation.com/FlyIns/Laughlin2003/JimPandPatP.JPG

Pat


Re: Annual Field of Dreams Fly-In

Patrick Panzera <panzera@...>
 

For all the flying OSD has done to attend just about every tandem wing fly-in
since he got his plane, I think that we should have an event at HIS airport so
he can sit one out and not miss anyhting.

...and MAYBE we could actually get to see Bob's project!

Pat

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Try about 1500 miles for the west coast guys.

Ron T


Re: Engine mount question

Peter Harris <peterjfharris@...>
 

Thanks Leon. I notice something else about the elevator pushrod geometry, although unrelated. The elevators move about 1/8 to1/4" like aelerons and in the same direction. Maybe this adds to the "aeleron steering" effect.
Peter

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> After sifting through all the responses I suppose the best fix is also the
easiest. Torque and the P factor are turning the aircraft away from prop
rotation. By trimming the elevator or the ailerons we can offset this and
the elevator requires only a very small adjustment. By trimming the correct
side up we should get a small reduction in drag as well.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++
I ran across an interesting thing that may be related to this while reverse
engineering the Quickie for my CAD drawings. CSA-6 and CSA-7 (the elevator
control arms on the Quickie) do not have the same ratio. I checked 2 sets
of parts and they were both identical, and since the parts were all punched
out by Ken Brock, I'm assuming that all the Quickie kits had the same
different ratio (1/16" or about 5%) elevator links. I don't have any idea
if this was
intended but the result would be that one elevator would deflect just a bit
more than the other - tending to off set "P" factor.

One might be able to do the same thing with the Q-2/200...... but IIRC they
have identical parts right and left due to the center stick.
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Re: Annual Field of Dreams Fly-In

rondefly@...
 

Try about 1500 miles for the west coast guys.

Ron T

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Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2005 6:48 AM
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Subject: RE: [Q-LIST] Annual Field of Dreams Fly-In

Paul,

I understand.....I just had someone contact me from the east coast saying
the event needs to be pushed back a couple weeks due to weather. No firm
plans yet, but the fly-in will likely move west a couple hundred miles next
year.

Suggestions are greatly appreciated!!!

Jeff

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Subject: [Q-LIST] Annual Field of Dreams Fly-In

Jeff,

I have been trying to get back to the fly-in for years but the weather
is late September and early October is a factor. I for one would like
to see a return to the Labor Day weekend. There are others is the same
boat I am sure. Here in the Rockies the weather sets in early. Just a
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Re: Annual Field of Dreams Fly-In

Letempt, Jeffrey MR <jeffrey.letempt@...>
 

Paul,

I understand.....I just had someone contact me from the east coast saying
the event needs to be pushed back a couple weeks due to weather. No firm
plans yet, but the fly-in will likely move west a couple hundred miles next
year.

Suggestions are greatly appreciated!!!

Jeff

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Paul Spackman
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To: Q-LIST@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Q-LIST] Annual Field of Dreams Fly-In

Jeff,

I have been trying to get back to the fly-in for years but the weather
is late September and early October is a factor. I for one would like
to see a return to the Labor Day weekend. There are others is the same
boat I am sure. Here in the Rockies the weather sets in early. Just a
thought.

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Re: Wheel cam guys.

L Koutz <koutzl@...>
 

No But I have one I bought, $30 to anyone who wants it.

Larry

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Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 12:53 PM
Subject: RE: [Q-LIST] Wheel cam guys.


Anyone have an eBay link to the "original" wireless wheelcam that Jon Finley
found and that was talked about on this list last year?
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Prop selection / Sterba props

Peter Harris <peterjfharris@...>
 

After surfing the props and drooling over the ones I cannot afford , how about the Ed sterba wood prop for $500 ? Is there any feedback favourable or otherwise?
Thanks , Peter


Re: Engine mount question

Peter Harris <peterjfharris@...>
 

After sifting through all the responses I suppose the best fix is also the easiest. Torque and the P factor are turning the aircraft away from prop rotation. By trimming the elevator or the aelerons we can offset this and the elevator requires only a very small adjustment. By trimming the correct side up we should get a small reduction in drag as well.
On the other hand if we offset the engine any which way we would bring drag into the equation and torque and P factor are offset by a combination of drag and offset thrust. I wonder why Cessna and all do it that way?
(braced for flameout)
Peter

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Subject: [Q-LIST] Engine mount question


For the purpose of designing the engine mount I have heard four different ideas how to allign the engine to offset torque and P factor.
My question is ..Which is best for least drag?
1. AFAIK my Q was set up in the first place with the Revmaster on axis and there was definitely some aeleron offset.
2. When I did the Norton I set up the engine on axis and offset the elevator a very small amount.
3. Some say the engine should be packed with washers for 2 or three degrees of offset to the side and down and no trim.
4. A local guru says the the prop flange should be positioned to intercept the hull axis and the engine mount itself should be offset to one side and down by positioning and packing at the firewall or by offset design of the weldment, and no trim.

I am about ready to start the weldment and would be glad to get some advice which is best. I sure know which is easiest.
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Re: Wheel cam guys.

David J. Gall
 

Jim,

Your review has convinced me that I really don't need it that much any
more.... :)

Thanks anyway,


David J. Gall

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Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Wheel cam guys.

David,

The small cameras we bought (Like Jon Finnley's) on ebay
earlier this year had pretty lousy resolution. I tried one
but shitcanned the idea until something better appears. Thats
probably why you haven't seen or heard more about it. I've
got one do you want it?

Regards,
Jim Patillo

"David J. Gall" <David@G...> wrote:
Anyone have an eBay link to the "original" wireless wheelcam that
Jon Finley
found and that was talked about on this list last year?

Thanks,


David J. Gall


Re: Reflexors

Peter Harris <peterjfharris@...>
 

Paul on paper that looks like a perfect choice prop for the Jabiru Q-200 and the performance looks good. As I have started a J6 installation do you have any recommendations re the prop? It is interesting to see that some of the hot 0-200 units are using 60x72 and pulling close to 3000rpm at near 180kts .Do you believe you are getting close to 120HP at 3300rpm as claimed by Jabiru?
Thanks,
Peter

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Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Reflexors


Ryan,
150 kts IAS cruise @ 2900 and 172 kts IAS full throttle @ 3200.

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Re: Onan prop hub and info request

David J. Gall
 

Scott,

Make sure you get the prop hub that has the big bolt axially down the
center, not the one with two bolts that are cross-drilled through the
crankshaft.

As for improving the Onan installation, the single biggest improvement you
could make would be to do the cooling system properly. The Onan wants to be
cooled from the exhaust valve side which means that to do it right you'd
need to get the cold air to the back side of the engine and have it flow
forward. Just copy the stock Onan cooling shroud (in aluminum or glass) and
get the air flowing in the right direction.... You could have the cooling
outlet(s) on top of the cowl a la Catbird or Adam 500....

JMHO,

David J. Gall

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I am looking for a propeller hub for my Onan Performer P-224
conversion. It has a straight 1 7/16" shaft with a 3/8" key.
I am also trying to collect any information, pictures,
tricks, to improve the Onan as an aircraft engine. Any help
will be greatly appreciated.

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Onan prop hub and info request

flyem2
 

I am looking for a propeller hub for my Onan Performer P-224
conversion. It has a straight 1 7/16" shaft with a 3/8" key. I am also
trying to collect any information, pictures, tricks, to improve the
Onan as an aircraft engine. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Scott


Re: Charlie Johnson & Tailwheels

Sam Hoskins <shoskins@...>
 

Thanks, Charlie. That is precisely what I was looking for.

Sam



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In a message dated 10/1/2005 3:32:57 AM Mountain Standard Time,
shoskins@mchsi.com writes:

Hi Charlie - I found that web site you told me about at www.darcor.com
<http://www.darcor.com/>

They have a lot of wheels. Which line contains the tailwheels you use?

Thanks

Sam Hoskins




.
Sam,

The wheels I have used are the 60 series. If you only want the wheel, like
we do general part number is. ref pg 3 general catolog

W-BC-EF

Where: W means wheel, B is load range, C is wheel diameter, E is bearing
type, and F is tread.

The one on Jeffs plane is a W-64-XD
Where: W means wheel, 6 is load range 175 to 400 lbs, 4 is wheel diameter,
X
is ball bearing , and D is neoprene tread.


The one on my plane is a W-65-PD
Where: W means wheel, 6 is load range 175 to 400 lbs, 5 is wheel diameter,
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Re: Wheel cam guys.

Doug Humble <hawkidoug@...>
 

Jim, All I could picture in my mind when I read your 1st post was this mini cam pointed, not out the canopy like most of us would do, but back at the pilot, who has this sh*t eaten grin on is face. The Pilot goes home and plays it back and doesn't think he looks so good, so he blames it on the resolution of the mini camera. But I thought you might get offended by that, so I wrote you about the pilot skill thing.

For some reason, I'm still picturing that damn grin. :)

Somewhere in the bowels of the US...

Doug "Hawkeye" Humble
www.asignabove.net
Omaha NE
N25974

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Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Wheel cam guys.


You bee funnie, HawkI. Things a little slow in the bowels of the US
today?

JP

P.S. It is the resolution! Bro

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Jim, it might not be a camera resolution problem. It takes a
steady hand
from a good pilot... like Paul Fisher. Maybe Paul could fly your
plane with
the mini cam attached to your bird sometime.

Doug "Hawkeye" Humble
www.asignabove.net
Omaha NE
N25974
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Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 4:30 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Wheel cam guys.


David,

The small cameras we bought (Like Jon Finnley's) on ebay earlier
this
year had pretty lousy resolution. I tried one but shitcanned the
idea
until something better appears. Thats probably why you haven't
seen or
heard more about it. I've got one do you want it?

Regards,
Jim Patillo

"David J. Gall" <David@G...> wrote:
Anyone have an eBay link to the "original" wireless wheelcam
that
Jon Finley
found and that was talked about on this list last year?

Thanks,


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Re: Wheel cam guys.

Jim Patillo
 

You bee funnie, HawkI. Things a little slow in the bowels of the US
today?

JP

P.S. It is the resolution! Bro

--- In Q-LIST@yahoogroups.com, "Doug Humble" <hawkidoug@c...> wrote:
Jim, it might not be a camera resolution problem. It takes a
steady hand
from a good pilot... like Paul Fisher. Maybe Paul could fly your
plane with
the mini cam attached to your bird sometime.

Doug "Hawkeye" Humble
www.asignabove.net
Omaha NE
N25974
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Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 4:30 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Wheel cam guys.


David,

The small cameras we bought (Like Jon Finnley's) on ebay earlier
this
year had pretty lousy resolution. I tried one but shitcanned the
idea
until something better appears. Thats probably why you haven't
seen or
heard more about it. I've got one do you want it?

Regards,
Jim Patillo

"David J. Gall" <David@G...> wrote:
Anyone have an eBay link to the "original" wireless wheelcam
that
Jon Finley
found and that was talked about on this list last year?

Thanks,


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Re: Wheel cam guys.

Doug Humble <hawkidoug@...>
 

Jim, it might not be a camera resolution problem. It takes a steady hand from a good pilot... like Paul Fisher. Maybe Paul could fly your plane with the mini cam attached to your bird sometime.

Doug "Hawkeye" Humble
www.asignabove.net
Omaha NE
N25974

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To: <Q-LIST@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 4:30 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Wheel cam guys.


David,

The small cameras we bought (Like Jon Finnley's) on ebay earlier this
year had pretty lousy resolution. I tried one but shitcanned the idea
until something better appears. Thats probably why you haven't seen or
heard more about it. I've got one do you want it?

Regards,
Jim Patillo

"David J. Gall" <David@G...> wrote:
Anyone have an eBay link to the "original" wireless wheelcam that
Jon Finley
found and that was talked about on this list last year?

Thanks,


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Re: Charlie Johnson & Tailwheels

One Sky Dog
 

In a message dated 10/1/2005 3:32:57 AM Mountain Standard Time,
shoskins@mchsi.com writes:

Hi Charlie - I found that web site you told me about at www.darcor.com
<http://www.darcor.com/>

They have a lot of wheels. Which line contains the tailwheels you use?

Thanks

Sam Hoskins




.
Sam,

The wheels I have used are the 60 series. If you only want the wheel, like
we do general part number is. ref pg 3 general catolog

W-BC-EF

Where: W means wheel, B is load range, C is wheel diameter, E is bearing
type, and F is tread.

The one on Jeffs plane is a W-64-XD
Where: W means wheel, 6 is load range 175 to 400 lbs, 4 is wheel diameter, X
is ball bearing , and D is neoprene tread.


The one on my plane is a W-65-PD
Where: W means wheel, 6 is load range 175 to 400 lbs, 5 is wheel diameter, P
is precision sealed ball bearing , and D is neoprene tread.


I hope this helps.
Regards,
One Sky Dog


Re: Wheel cam guys.

Jim Patillo
 

David,

The small cameras we bought (Like Jon Finnley's) on ebay earlier this
year had pretty lousy resolution. I tried one but shitcanned the idea
until something better appears. Thats probably why you haven't seen or
heard more about it. I've got one do you want it?

Regards,
Jim Patillo

"David J. Gall" <David@G...> wrote:
Anyone have an eBay link to the "original" wireless wheelcam that
Jon Finley
found and that was talked about on this list last year?

Thanks,


David J. Gall


Re: Wheel cam guys.

David J. Gall
 

Anyone have an eBay link to the "original" wireless wheelcam that Jon Finley
found and that was talked about on this list last year?

Thanks,


David J. Gall


Re: Wheel cam guys.

Larry Hamm <LDHAMM@...>
 

Mike,
It might be a good deal, but check the "0" feedback, and the shipper is in Hong Kong. And the shipping and insurance is more than the camera. I'd wait 'til his feedback hit 30 or 40 before I'd buy. Let us know how it works out if you get one.
Larry Hamm

Mike Dwyer wrote:

Hey you wheel cam guys, check out this Digital Camcorder on Ebay for
around $80. They got a bunch of them so search for DV182F DIGITAL
CAMCORDER. I'd like a little higher resolution but this thing sure is
small and would make a great wheel camera!