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Re: Spring Fling 06

Robert Justin
 

Bob Justin, not able to attend, need to repair spark plug.
Off comes the engine.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Keith Welsh" <kfly@...>
To: <Q-LIST@...>
Sent: Tuesday, May 16, 2006 5:55 AM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Spring Fling 06


Hello everyone:

We are two weekends away from the Quickie / Dragonfly spring fly-in at the Casey Airport in Casey, IL.
The airport is ready and it looks like we will have a very nice executive hangar to ourselves.....
just as soon as the girl softball team removes their batting cage and netting. Their season is over and the hangar is being cleaned out.
Sandy and Howie are looking forward to seeing and looking over the Q's and D's from a mechanics point of view.
Also if you wouldn't mind I'd like to begin to get a rough idea of how many of you to expect for making reservations at Richards Farm for a private room for the Friday evening meal. Just drop me a note on the LIST or send to kfly@...

Be sure to visit the web site at http://quickiebuilders.org/QBA05/SpringFling/2006_spring_fling.htm
for all your information.

Thanks and I hope to see you then.
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Re: Sport pilot medical

marksolomon@...
 

Leon:

More details please. I am not familiar with the
ferry request. Do I need to provide the
identification of the aircraft I am supposed to be
ferrying? Do I need the start and endpoint airport
identifiers? Do I actually need to own the plane I
am requesting the ferry medical for?

Thanks!

Mark

--- Original Message ---
From: "Leon - C" <leon@...>
To: <Q-LIST@...>, "Mark McAtee"
<Mark_McAtee@...>
Subject: [Q-LIST] Sport pilot medical

Ran across this on another list and thought I'd pass
it along - even though
it isnt' really relevant to Q pilots. It may be no
mor than "urban legand"
but might be worth checking into for those that
might be in need.

---------------------------------
Last year the FAA presented details of the medical
rules at the
Illinois Safety Seminar in Springfield.

Here is a key item. If your last medical was not
cancelled, you can
then use your drivers license. And is here the way
around your last
cancellation per the FAA. Request a single flight
medical for a ferry
flight of a short distance. Almost always granted.
Now your last
medical is not a failure. You dont need to actually
make the flight,
just have permission.

Your request of course would be for a single flight,
VFR, no
passengers, etc so there is no danger to anyone.
-------------------------
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Help with a Subaru Engine

Doug Humble <hawkidoug@...>
 

I received an email from a guy from the Ukrane who is installing an EJ-22 Subaru engine on his Q and has some questions. Would anyone on the list like to help this guy?

Contact me off list at HawkiDoug@... and I'll forward you the emails before you contact him.

From: "Serge Orlov" airnotika@...

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Sport pilot medical

Leon - C <leon@...>
 

Ran across this on another list and thought I'd pass it along - even though it isnt' really relevant to Q pilots. It may be no mor than "urban legand" but might be worth checking into for those that might be in need.

---------------------------------
Last year the FAA presented details of the medical rules at the
Illinois Safety Seminar in Springfield.

Here is a key item. If your last medical was not cancelled, you can
then use your drivers license. And is here the way around your last
cancellation per the FAA. Request a single flight medical for a ferry
flight of a short distance. Almost always granted. Now your last
medical is not a failure. You dont need to actually make the flight,
just have permission.

Your request of course would be for a single flight, VFR, no
passengers, etc so there is no danger to anyone.
-------------------------
Leon


Re: Spring Fling 06

Tri-Q1 <rryan@...>
 


Be sure to visit the web site at
http://quickiebuilders.org/QBA05/SpringFling/2006_spring_fling.htm
for all your information.

Thanks and I hope to see you then.
Keith Welsh
Q-1 N494K


Spring Fling 06

Keith Welsh <kfly@...>
 

Hello again:

Welsh here, I forgot to mention that info on the airport, hotels, camping etc... and be found at by visiting the QBA web site on the events page.

See ya then
Keith Welsh


Spring Fling 06

Keith Welsh <kfly@...>
 

Hello again everyone:

As we approach the final weekend before the 2006 Spring Fling Tandem Wing Fly-in at the Casey Airport in Casey IL I wanted to bring you up to date with what's been going on and welcome you all to this years event.

I was able to inspect the hangar facility that we will be using. It has been vacated for about 10 years (since the judge who owned it got throwed in jail) and used for various other purposes, girls softball bating practice and storage. It is very nice on the inside with a great painted floor which can store approx. 10 Q's with no trouble.
It has an air conditioned carpeted office area with full restroom and bath facilities. This will be the base of our operations. Anyone who wishes to set up house keeping there for the weekend is welcomed to do so.

FRIDAY: Arrivals, evening meal at Richards Farm.
I have made arrangements for us to enjoy the atmosphere at Richards Farm restaurant in Casey, about a mile from the airport. Richards Farm is a large barn that has been owned by the Richards family since the 1930's. It was converted into a restaurant many years ago and has experienced steady growth and popularity since. The old barn atmosphere is everywhere and includes a gift shop for the gals. We will be dining in the loft area where you can order from the menu or have the buffet which is $16.95. I will need to give them an approx head count by Wednesday. Right now we look to be somewhere around 12 to 15. So for those of you who haven't called or if you know of someone who plans to attend be sure to let me know.

SATURDAY:
Saturday will be our busy day with the condition inspection forum, by Sam Hoskiins, lunch on the grill and pizza that evening AND plenty of flying. Now all we need is for the weather gods to come through. Sandy and Howie (FBO owners) will be available to answer any aeronautical mechanical questions you may have. They run a first rate shop and have many years experience with GA aircraft.

SUNDAY:
Good by's and departures.

Thanks and we hope to see you next weekend.
Your host Keith Welsh
Quickie N494K


Re: Tri-Q Converted to T-Dragger was Flight Test

Ron <rondefly@...>
 

Phil, when I built my Dragonfly I located the rear edge of the hoop gear
right at the leading edge of the canard. I would think the Q would be
similar but can't confirm it.

Ron

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Hello Folks,

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gear main
landing gear.

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Re: Tri-Q Converted to T-Dragger was Flight Test

Doug Humble <hawkidoug@...>
 

If you are serious, it needs to be forward enough as to place the axles in the same location as they are on the plans built tail dragger.

Doug "Hawkeye" Humble
www.asignabove.net
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To: <Q-LIST@...>
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2006 12:31 AM
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Tri-Q Converted to T-Dragger was Flight Test


Hello Folks,

How many inches forward must one move the main landing gear of a Tri-Q hoop
gear in order to convert it into a Slickie taildragger? I think I saw a
picture of one of these some place - a taildragger Quickie with hoop gear main
landing gear.

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Re: Tri-Q Converted to T-Dragger was Flight Test

Ron Weiss <ronweiss4@...>
 

---no phil....don't do it! In Q-LIST@..., britmcman@...
wrote:

Hello Folks,

How many inches forward must one move the main landing gear of a Tri-
Q hoop
gear in order to convert it into a Slickie taildragger? I think I
saw a
picture of one of these some place - a taildragger Quickie with hoop
gear main
landing gear.

Phil




Re: Tri-Q Converted to T-Dragger was Flight Test

britmcman99
 

Hello Folks,

How many inches forward must one move the main landing gear of a Tri-Q hoop
gear in order to convert it into a Slickie taildragger? I think I saw a
picture of one of these some place - a taildragger Quickie with hoop gear main
landing gear.

Phil


Re: Flight Test

Ron <rondefly@...>
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Q-LIST@... [mailto:Q-LIST@...] On Behalf Of
Paul Buckley
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 8:46 AM
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Re: Flight Test

Take no notice Kev. They are just being bitchy. Must be the time of the
month...........


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Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 2:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Re: Flight Test


Yes but even non pilots can fly it with a nose wheel. ;o)
Bruce

-- Mike Dwyer <mdwyer@...> wrote:
Then you could save some weight and get rid of the nose wheel!
Mike

Sam Hoskins wrote:
Kevin – I believe there is a retrofit mod for this kind of problem. You
simply mount a little wheel on the very end of the tail. You can even
make
it swivel and hook it up to the rudder pedals. Some of us are still using
it.

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Re: Flight Test

Paul Buckley
 

Take no notice Kev. They are just being bitchy. Must be the time of the
month...........

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Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 2:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Re: Flight Test


Yes but even non pilots can fly it with a nose wheel. ;o)
Bruce

-- Mike Dwyer <mdwyer@...> wrote:
Then you could save some weight and get rid of the nose wheel!
Mike

Sam Hoskins wrote:
Kevin I believe there is a retrofit mod for this kind of problem. You
simply mount a little wheel on the very end of the tail. You can even
make
it swivel and hook it up to the rudder pedals. Some of us are still using
it.

Sam


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Re: Flight Test

Boddicker <trumanst@...>
 

Clever. Very clever!!! :>)




on 5/25/06 5:46 AM, Sam Hoskins at shoskins@... wrote:

Kevin – I believe there is a retrofit mod for this kind of problem. You
simply mount a little wheel on the very end of the tail. You can even make
it swivel and hook it up to the rudder pedals. Some of us are still using
it.

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To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Flight Test



--funny, i just glassed a hard mount for a tail-skid on my tri q
then came home and read this. simple design with 2 break-away points
to absorb shocks. let me know if your interested ....Ron- In Q-
LIST@..., Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:

18 May 06
Plan for today was to fly away from the airport and pitch bucks.
TO from 35 was again normal. Climb at 110 to 115 MPH to keep the
CHTs lower.
Flew over our house and around the local area for a while. back to
the
airport for the pitch buck tests. Power on speeds were a bit
slower than
power off. No buck until about 70MPH IAS. On one recovery, the
airspeed had
increased a bit so I pulled back on the stick to loose some speed.
The plane
bucked at about 85 MPH. I could not reproduce this. Maybe an
accelerated
stall of the canard. The reflexor was set at or slightly below
1/4² TE up.
Power off tests were very much as expected. Did use about 1000 ft
of
altitude during these tests. While still at 4500¹, I decided to
fly to
Decorah.
The landing was bad. Everything looking great. Speed, decent,
round out,
then a gust raised the right side. The left main came down hard. I
then over
flared ( hard to change old habits) came back down on the mains
hard. Nose
down hard and sprang back into the air, but the mains were on the
ground.
Results, ground off the lower tail skin and half of the rear
clearance
light. Did no damage to the rudder or attach points. I did not
know it had
happened until my CFI, who was watching the whole thing, told me.
Of little
consolation, he did say things looked great until the gust caught
me. Put in
5 gal of fuel and flew back to the airport. Landing on 35 normal.

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Luana, Iowa
Tri Q200 N7868B 13.2 hours
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Re: Flight Test

Bruce Crain
 

Yes but even non pilots can fly it with a nose wheel. ;o)
Bruce

-- Mike Dwyer <mdwyer@...> wrote:
Then you could save some weight and get rid of the nose wheel!
Mike

Sam Hoskins wrote:
Kevin I believe there is a retrofit mod for this kind of problem. You
simply mount a little wheel on the very end of the tail. You can even make
it swivel and hook it up to the rudder pedals. Some of us are still using
it.

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Re: Your CD

Doug Humble <hawkidoug@...>
 

Thanks for the response!


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Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 3:54 AM
Subject: [Q-LIST] RE: Your CD


Hi Doug,

There are only QAC newsletters on my CDs.


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From: Doug Humble [mailto:HawkiDoug@...]
Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2006 2:45 PM
To: david@...
Subject: Your CD


I saw your response on the Q-list and it begged the question: which
newsletters do you have on your CD? Are they just they ones QAC put out? I
know some of us editors of Q-Talk might get upset if you were including
Quick Talk or Q-Talk on the cd. If its just the QAC ones, you might want to
clarify it for the group.

Emails don't come across sometimes like we wish, so don't take this as a
flame or anything. Just curious.

Doug "Hawkeye" Humble
<http://www.asignabove.net> www.asignabove.net
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Re: Flight Test

Mike Dwyer <mdwyer@...>
 

Then you could save some weight and get rid of the nose wheel!
Mike

Sam Hoskins wrote:

Kevin I believe there is a retrofit mod for this kind of problem. You
simply mount a little wheel on the very end of the tail. You can even make
it swivel and hook it up to the rudder pedals. Some of us are still using
it.

Sam


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Ron Weiss
Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2006 10:24 PM
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Flight Test


--funny, i just glassed a hard mount for a tail-skid on my tri q then came home and read this. simple design with 2 break-away points to absorb shocks. let me know if your interested ....Ron- In Q-
LIST@..., Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:

18 May 06
Plan for today was to fly away from the airport and pitch bucks.
TO from 35 was again normal. Climb at 110 to 115 MPH to keep the
CHTs lower.

Flew over our house and around the local area for a while. back to
the

airport for the pitch buck tests. Power on speeds were a bit
slower than

power off. No buck until about 70MPH IAS. On one recovery, the
airspeed had

increased a bit so I pulled back on the stick to loose some speed.
The plane

bucked at about 85 MPH. I could not reproduce this. Maybe an
accelerated

stall of the canard. The reflexor was set at or slightly below
1/4 TE up.

Power off tests were very much as expected. Did use about 1000 ft
of

altitude during these tests. While still at 4500, I decided to
fly to

Decorah.
The landing was bad. Everything looking great. Speed, decent,
round out,

then a gust raised the right side. The left main came down hard. I
then over

flared ( hard to change old habits) came back down on the mains
hard. Nose

down hard and sprang back into the air, but the mains were on the
ground.

Results, ground off the lower tail skin and half of the rear
clearance

light. Did no damage to the rudder or attach points. I did not
know it had

happened until my CFI, who was watching the whole thing, told me.
Of little

consolation, he did say things looked great until the gust caught
me. Put in

5 gal of fuel and flew back to the airport. Landing on 35 normal.

Kevin Boddicker
Luana, Iowa
Tri Q200 N7868B 13.2 hours
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Re: Flight Test

Sam Hoskins <shoskins@...>
 

Kevin – I believe there is a retrofit mod for this kind of problem. You
simply mount a little wheel on the very end of the tail. You can even make
it swivel and hook it up to the rudder pedals. Some of us are still using
it.

Sam



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Ron Weiss
Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2006 10:24 PM
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Flight Test



--funny, i just glassed a hard mount for a tail-skid on my tri q
then came home and read this. simple design with 2 break-away points
to absorb shocks. let me know if your interested ....Ron- In Q-
LIST@..., Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:

18 May 06
Plan for today was to fly away from the airport and pitch bucks.
TO from 35 was again normal. Climb at 110 to 115 MPH to keep the
CHTs lower.
Flew over our house and around the local area for a while. back to
the
airport for the pitch buck tests. Power on speeds were a bit
slower than
power off. No buck until about 70MPH IAS. On one recovery, the
airspeed had
increased a bit so I pulled back on the stick to loose some speed.
The plane
bucked at about 85 MPH. I could not reproduce this. Maybe an
accelerated
stall of the canard. The reflexor was set at or slightly below
1/4² TE up.
Power off tests were very much as expected. Did use about 1000 ft
of
altitude during these tests. While still at 4500¹, I decided to
fly to
Decorah.
The landing was bad. Everything looking great. Speed, decent,
round out,
then a gust raised the right side. The left main came down hard. I
then over
flared ( hard to change old habits) came back down on the mains
hard. Nose
down hard and sprang back into the air, but the mains were on the
ground.
Results, ground off the lower tail skin and half of the rear
clearance
light. Did no damage to the rudder or attach points. I did not
know it had
happened until my CFI, who was watching the whole thing, told me.
Of little
consolation, he did say things looked great until the gust caught
me. Put in
5 gal of fuel and flew back to the airport. Landing on 35 normal.

Kevin Boddicker
Luana, Iowa
Tri Q200 N7868B 13.2 hours
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Re: Your CD

David J. Gall
 

Hi Doug,

There are only QAC newsletters on my CDs.


David J. Gall




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From: Doug Humble [mailto:HawkiDoug@...]
Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2006 2:45 PM
To: david@...
Subject: Your CD


I saw your response on the Q-list and it begged the question: which
newsletters do you have on your CD? Are they just they ones QAC put out? I
know some of us editors of Q-Talk might get upset if you were including
Quick Talk or Q-Talk on the cd. If its just the QAC ones, you might want to
clarify it for the group.

Emails don't come across sometimes like we wish, so don't take this as a
flame or anything. Just curious.

Doug "Hawkeye" Humble
<http://www.asignabove.net> www.asignabove.net
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Re: Flight Test

Ron Weiss <ronweiss4@...>
 

--funny, i just glassed a hard mount for a tail-skid on my tri q
then came home and read this. simple design with 2 break-away points
to absorb shocks. let me know if your interested ....Ron- In Q-
LIST@..., Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:

18 May 06
Plan for today was to fly away from the airport and pitch bucks.
TO from 35 was again normal. Climb at 110 to 115 MPH to keep the
CHTs lower.
Flew over our house and around the local area for a while. back to
the
airport for the pitch buck tests. Power on speeds were a bit
slower than
power off. No buck until about 70MPH IAS. On one recovery, the
airspeed had
increased a bit so I pulled back on the stick to loose some speed.
The plane
bucked at about 85 MPH. I could not reproduce this. Maybe an
accelerated
stall of the canard. The reflexor was set at or slightly below
1/4² TE up.
Power off tests were very much as expected. Did use about 1000 ft
of
altitude during these tests. While still at 4500¹, I decided to
fly to
Decorah.
The landing was bad. Everything looking great. Speed, decent,
round out,
then a gust raised the right side. The left main came down hard. I
then over
flared ( hard to change old habits) came back down on the mains
hard. Nose
down hard and sprang back into the air, but the mains were on the
ground.
Results, ground off the lower tail skin and half of the rear
clearance
light. Did no damage to the rudder or attach points. I did not
know it had
happened until my CFI, who was watching the whole thing, told me.
Of little
consolation, he did say things looked great until the gust caught
me. Put in
5 gal of fuel and flew back to the airport. Landing on 35 normal.

Kevin Boddicker
Luana, Iowa
Tri Q200 N7868B 13.2 hours
Flying!!!!