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Re: 2007 AirVenture Cup race results

Gordon Givens
 

Very impressive result Sam; congratulations!

Will look forward to reading about "your version" in a forthcoming copy of
the newsletter.



Gord Givens

Q 200 Builder

Ottawa Canada



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From: Q-LIST@... [mailto:Q-LIST@...] On Behalf Of
Sam Hoskins
Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2007 8:31 AM
Subject: [Q-LIST] 2007 AirVenture Cup race results



When I get back, I'll be getting my version of the story to the newsletter
editor.

Sam Hoskins
Race 22
http://www.airventu
<http://www.airventure.org/2007/events/avcup_results_2007.pdf>
re.org/2007/events/avcup_results_2007.pdf


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Reginald Clarke <airryder@...>
 

Hello ,Doug

I was on my way to OSHKOSH on sunday when I ran into a problem I was
looking forward to meeting you and the group .I will plan for next
year. Here is a picture of my newely panted Q2 /N624JC

Reg Clarke
Lethbridge,AB.CANADA


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2007 AirVenture Cup race results

Sam Hoskins
 

When I get back, I'll be getting my version of the story to the newsletter
editor.

Sam Hoskins
Race 22
http://www.airventure.org/2007/events/avcup_results_2007.pdf


Re: Hot Dog Roast

raoborg@...
 

He already did on this list a few days ago. Raoul

--- seabeevet@... wrote:

From: "FR Jones" <seabeevet@...>
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Re: Hot Dog Roast
Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2007 20:11:53 -0400

Kevin, is he on this mail list, or do you have an email address or phone
number? I had hoped that if he were on this Q list, he would have contacted
me by now?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Dick


On 7/19/07, Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:

Jon Finley is the only one I know.
He lives in New Mexico I believe.

Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 59.8 hours
Luana, IA.

On Jul 19, 2007, at 4:27 PM, FR Jones wrote:

Kevin, who among us is a CFI and has a Q200? I need a check ride so
I can
fly my Super Quickie.
With any luck there will be one near me here in Topeka?
Dick

On 7/19/07, Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@... <trumanst%40netins.net>>
wrote:

Added.
Nope.
Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 59.8 hours
Luana, IA.

On Jul 19, 2007, at 2:53 PM, lombardpmp wrote:

--- In Q-LIST@... <Q-LIST%40yahoogroups.com><Q-LIST%40yahoogrou
ps.com>, Kevin
Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:
Kevin, can you add two more from Kalamazoo? Makes a total of
four. Do we need to bring anything?

thanks, Bruce & Tom Q200 in process

Friends,

Only three week till the hot dog roast. It will be held on
7/26/07
at
6:00 PM.
I have at present 11 people that have sent in an RSVP.
No one will go hungry, but I would like to ask again for
everyone
to
let me know if they will be there. I don't to want to have too
much
food either.

Happy Forth to everyone. Thank a Vet!!!

Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 59.3 hours
Luana, IA.

Jeff Letempt, the DF crowd is welcome also. IF you would like to
let
them know.
Have any one e mail me direct.
trumanst at netins dot net






















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Re: Flight Report

jerry kennedy <jerrykennedy2001@...>
 

--- Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:

21 July 07
I am finally back in the air!
Flew last night for the first time in weeks. Again
tonight for almost
an hour. Both flights ended in good landings.
Here is the story.
My son Jeff was home on leave from the Marines in
June. He had wanted
a ride since I first bought the plane in 1999. He
was twelve then. He
watched and learned as I spent years building,
fixing, sanding,
detailing, etc.
When we picked him up at the airport, he asked if
the plane was
flying, and could he have a ride. I said yes and we
were both
delighted. On Friday morning 15 June we went to the
airport for his
long awaited ride.
Plane wouldn't start!!!! Tried everything I could
think of. Acted
like it was flooded. I finally got it going and told
Jeff I would fly
the pattern once before I took him. On run up I had
no left mag. At
least not good enough. Taxied back to the hanger and
isolated the key
switch with toggle switches. No help.
Engine off. Mag was full of oil. Paul Fisher had
another rebuilt mag
that I got from him. The starter was full of oil
also. Ordered a
rebuilt starter too. Installed the new parts and put
the engine back
on. Fired up on 2 July. No alternator. Damn.
Engine off. Had the alternator checked at the shop.
He said it was
OK. He did clean the brushes, and the other
contacting parts. I
checked the alternator for shaft run out, as I was
warned that it can
happen with this unit. I seemed OK. While looking at
the rest of the
electrical system, I found out that the 60 amp
series limiter was
popped. I have no idea how that happened. Put in the
new 60 amp
limiter, RREEEEinstalled the engine, fired it up and
I have voltage.
I was down for the better part of thirty days while
the weather has
been great. Such is life.
Don't really know if there is a lesson here or not.
If I had checked
the fuse first, I would have probably saved the
engine being taken
off, but am glad I know the condition of the
alternator.
Jeff did not get his ride. I think I was more
disappointed than he
was. All of his interest while I was building did
have an influence
on him. He is a jet mechanic working on F18 Hornets.
He is currently
deployed on the Enterprise.
The flying tonight was FUN!

Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 61.1 hours
Luana, IA.

Kevin
You make me jealous.
Jerry


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Re: Hot Dog Roast

FR Jones <seabeevet@...>
 

Kevin, is he on this mail list, or do you have an email address or phone
number? I had hoped that if he were on this Q list, he would have contacted
me by now?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Dick

On 7/19/07, Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:

Jon Finley is the only one I know.
He lives in New Mexico I believe.

Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 59.8 hours
Luana, IA.

On Jul 19, 2007, at 4:27 PM, FR Jones wrote:

Kevin, who among us is a CFI and has a Q200? I need a check ride so
I can
fly my Super Quickie.
With any luck there will be one near me here in Topeka?
Dick

On 7/19/07, Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@... <trumanst%40netins.net>>
wrote:

Added.
Nope.
Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 59.8 hours
Luana, IA.

On Jul 19, 2007, at 2:53 PM, lombardpmp wrote:

--- In Q-LIST@... <Q-LIST%40yahoogroups.com><Q-LIST%40yahoogrou
ps.com>, Kevin
Boddicker <trumanst@...> wrote:
Kevin, can you add two more from Kalamazoo? Makes a total of
four. Do we need to bring anything?

thanks, Bruce & Tom Q200 in process

Friends,

Only three week till the hot dog roast. It will be held on
7/26/07
at
6:00 PM.
I have at present 11 people that have sent in an RSVP.
No one will go hungry, but I would like to ask again for
everyone
to
let me know if they will be there. I don't to want to have too
much
food either.

Happy Forth to everyone. Thank a Vet!!!

Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 59.3 hours
Luana, IA.

Jeff Letempt, the DF crowd is welcome also. IF you would like to
let
them know.
Have any one e mail me direct.
trumanst at netins dot net
















Re: Flight Report

Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...>
 

The parts are gear driven from the accessory case. The oil seals go
bad, and let oil into the part.
I will.
Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B hours
Luana, IA.

On Jul 21, 2007, at 10:31 PM, Mark A. Pearson wrote:

Kevin:
Good to hear you are back in the air. How do these electrical parts
get filled with Oil?
Please thank Jeff for his service. Semper Fi

Mark A. Pearson
----- Original Message -----
From: Kevin Boddicker
To: Q-LIST
Sent: Saturday, July 21, 2007 10:16 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Flight Report

21 July 07
I am finally back in the air!
Flew last night for the first time in weeks. Again tonight for almost
an hour. Both flights ended in good landings.
Here is the story.
My son Jeff was home on leave from the Marines in June. He had wanted
a ride since I first bought the plane in 1999. He was twelve then. He
watched and learned as I spent years building, fixing, sanding,
detailing, etc.
When we picked him up at the airport, he asked if the plane was
flying, and could he have a ride. I said yes and we were both
delighted. On Friday morning 15 June we went to the airport for his
long awaited ride.
Plane wouldn't start!!!! Tried everything I could think of. Acted
like it was flooded. I finally got it going and told Jeff I would fly
the pattern once before I took him. On run up I had no left mag. At
least not good enough. Taxied back to the hanger and isolated the key
switch with toggle switches. No help.
Engine off. Mag was full of oil. Paul Fisher had another rebuilt mag
that I got from him. The starter was full of oil also. Ordered a
rebuilt starter too. Installed the new parts and put the engine back
on. Fired up on 2 July. No alternator. Damn.
Engine off. Had the alternator checked at the shop. He said it was
OK. He did clean the brushes, and the other contacting parts. I
checked the alternator for shaft run out, as I was warned that it can
happen with this unit. I seemed OK. While looking at the rest of the
electrical system, I found out that the 60 amp series limiter was
popped. I have no idea how that happened. Put in the new 60 amp
limiter, RREEEEinstalled the engine, fired it up and I have voltage.
I was down for the better part of thirty days while the weather has
been great. Such is life.
Don't really know if there is a lesson here or not. If I had checked
the fuse first, I would have probably saved the engine being taken
off, but am glad I know the condition of the alternator.
Jeff did not get his ride. I think I was more disappointed than he
was. All of his interest while I was building did have an influence
on him. He is a jet mechanic working on F18 Hornets. He is currently
deployed on the Enterprise.
The flying tonight was FUN!

Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 61.1 hours
Luana, IA.







Re: Flight Report

Mike Dwyer <mdwyer@...>
 

There is a "seal" in the drive shaft of each of these items that stops the oil from getting in. The mags and starter are at the top of the engine. I found that the heat after shutdown collects at the top of the cowl. This baked the grease out of my mags in a few hundred hours. I wonder if this heat isn't what killed your seals. Now after shutdown I open the oil check door and point the plane into the wind for a few minutes to let it cool down. In the hangar I built a fan that fits in the oil check door and pulls air out of the cowl... This may be the root cause of your problem.
Mike Q200 N3QP

Kevin Boddicker wrote:

21 July 07
I am finally back in the air!
Flew last night for the first time in weeks. Again tonight for almost an hour. Both flights ended in good landings.
Here is the story.
My son Jeff was home on leave from the Marines in June. He had wanted a ride since I first bought the plane in 1999. He was twelve then. He watched and learned as I spent years building, fixing, sanding, detailing, etc.
When we picked him up at the airport, he asked if the plane was flying, and could he have a ride. I said yes and we were both delighted. On Friday morning 15 June we went to the airport for his long awaited ride.
Plane wouldn't start!!!! Tried everything I could think of. Acted like it was flooded. I finally got it going and told Jeff I would fly the pattern once before I took him. On run up I had no left mag. At least not good enough. Taxied back to the hanger and isolated the key switch with toggle switches. No help.
Engine off. Mag was full of oil. Paul Fisher had another rebuilt mag that I got from him. The starter was full of oil also. Ordered a rebuilt starter too. Installed the new parts and put the engine back on. Fired up on 2 July. No alternator. Damn.
Engine off. Had the alternator checked at the shop. He said it was OK. He did clean the brushes, and the other contacting parts. I checked the alternator for shaft run out, as I was warned that it can happen with this unit. I seemed OK. While looking at the rest of the electrical system, I found out that the 60 amp series limiter was popped. I have no idea how that happened. Put in the new 60 amp limiter, RREEEEinstalled the engine, fired it up and I have voltage.
I was down for the better part of thirty days while the weather has been great. Such is life.
Don't really know if there is a lesson here or not. If I had checked the fuse first, I would have probably saved the engine being taken off, but am glad I know the condition of the alternator.
Jeff did not get his ride. I think I was more disappointed than he was. All of his interest while I was building did have an influence on him. He is a jet mechanic working on F18 Hornets. He is currently deployed on the Enterprise.
The flying tonight was FUN!

Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 61.1 hours
Luana, IA.







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Re: Flight Report

Mark A. Pearson <wlkabout@...>
 

Kevin:
Good to hear you are back in the air. How do these electrical parts get filled with Oil?
Please thank Jeff for his service. Semper Fi

Mark A. Pearson

----- Original Message -----
From: Kevin Boddicker
To: Q-LIST
Sent: Saturday, July 21, 2007 10:16 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Flight Report


21 July 07
I am finally back in the air!
Flew last night for the first time in weeks. Again tonight for almost
an hour. Both flights ended in good landings.
Here is the story.
My son Jeff was home on leave from the Marines in June. He had wanted
a ride since I first bought the plane in 1999. He was twelve then. He
watched and learned as I spent years building, fixing, sanding,
detailing, etc.
When we picked him up at the airport, he asked if the plane was
flying, and could he have a ride. I said yes and we were both
delighted. On Friday morning 15 June we went to the airport for his
long awaited ride.
Plane wouldn't start!!!! Tried everything I could think of. Acted
like it was flooded. I finally got it going and told Jeff I would fly
the pattern once before I took him. On run up I had no left mag. At
least not good enough. Taxied back to the hanger and isolated the key
switch with toggle switches. No help.
Engine off. Mag was full of oil. Paul Fisher had another rebuilt mag
that I got from him. The starter was full of oil also. Ordered a
rebuilt starter too. Installed the new parts and put the engine back
on. Fired up on 2 July. No alternator. Damn.
Engine off. Had the alternator checked at the shop. He said it was
OK. He did clean the brushes, and the other contacting parts. I
checked the alternator for shaft run out, as I was warned that it can
happen with this unit. I seemed OK. While looking at the rest of the
electrical system, I found out that the 60 amp series limiter was
popped. I have no idea how that happened. Put in the new 60 amp
limiter, RREEEEinstalled the engine, fired it up and I have voltage.
I was down for the better part of thirty days while the weather has
been great. Such is life.
Don't really know if there is a lesson here or not. If I had checked
the fuse first, I would have probably saved the engine being taken
off, but am glad I know the condition of the alternator.
Jeff did not get his ride. I think I was more disappointed than he
was. All of his interest while I was building did have an influence
on him. He is a jet mechanic working on F18 Hornets. He is currently
deployed on the Enterprise.
The flying tonight was FUN!

Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 61.1 hours
Luana, IA.


Flight Report

Kevin Boddicker <trumanst@...>
 

21 July 07
I am finally back in the air!
Flew last night for the first time in weeks. Again tonight for almost
an hour. Both flights ended in good landings.
Here is the story.
My son Jeff was home on leave from the Marines in June. He had wanted
a ride since I first bought the plane in 1999. He was twelve then. He
watched and learned as I spent years building, fixing, sanding,
detailing, etc.
When we picked him up at the airport, he asked if the plane was
flying, and could he have a ride. I said yes and we were both
delighted. On Friday morning 15 June we went to the airport for his
long awaited ride.
Plane wouldn't start!!!! Tried everything I could think of. Acted
like it was flooded. I finally got it going and told Jeff I would fly
the pattern once before I took him. On run up I had no left mag. At
least not good enough. Taxied back to the hanger and isolated the key
switch with toggle switches. No help.
Engine off. Mag was full of oil. Paul Fisher had another rebuilt mag
that I got from him. The starter was full of oil also. Ordered a
rebuilt starter too. Installed the new parts and put the engine back
on. Fired up on 2 July. No alternator. Damn.
Engine off. Had the alternator checked at the shop. He said it was
OK. He did clean the brushes, and the other contacting parts. I
checked the alternator for shaft run out, as I was warned that it can
happen with this unit. I seemed OK. While looking at the rest of the
electrical system, I found out that the 60 amp series limiter was
popped. I have no idea how that happened. Put in the new 60 amp
limiter, RREEEEinstalled the engine, fired it up and I have voltage.
I was down for the better part of thirty days while the weather has
been great. Such is life.
Don't really know if there is a lesson here or not. If I had checked
the fuse first, I would have probably saved the engine being taken
off, but am glad I know the condition of the alternator.
Jeff did not get his ride. I think I was more disappointed than he
was. All of his interest while I was building did have an influence
on him. He is a jet mechanic working on F18 Hornets. He is currently
deployed on the Enterprise.
The flying tonight was FUN!

Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 61.1 hours
Luana, IA.


Re: Fuselage weight

Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...>
 

I recommend a minimum of six people; one for each wing, one for the front and mid sections. That way no one gets hurt; and neither does the airplane.

Joseph

viggenbuilder2 <richard@...> wrote:
Hi Gang, Does anyone have an idea how heavy the front section of the
fuselage without canopy, engine, and instrument panel (and with tail
cone removed ) is please. I am trying to work out how many guys I need
to manhandle it around and turn over, thus how much beer I need to get
in. :-)
My TriQ was 798Lbs in the book at last weighin,so I'm estimating about
260lb. Can anyone confirm that or get closer ? I'm thinking four guys
should manage it easily ? Any thoughts or tips please ?
Yes Mike, I am working on it !!

Cheers,
Richard Thomson
G-BMFN TriQ200.
richard@...


Re: Fuselage weight

Steve <sham@...>
 

Four guys works very well,,,opne one each wingtip


Steve Ham

----- Original Message -----
From: viggenbuilder2
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Saturday, July 21, 2007 2:18 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Fuselage weight


Hi Gang, Does anyone have an idea how heavy the front section of the
fuselage without canopy, engine, and instrument panel (and with tail
cone removed ) is please. I am trying to work out how many guys I need
to manhandle it around and turn over, thus how much beer I need to get
in. :-)
My TriQ was 798Lbs in the book at last weighin,so I'm estimating about
260lb. Can anyone confirm that or get closer ? I'm thinking four guys
should manage it easily ? Any thoughts or tips please ?
Yes Mike, I am working on it !!

Cheers,
Richard Thomson
G-BMFN TriQ200.
richard@...


Re: Fuselage weight

Paul Buckley
 

Here is a breakdown of the component parts of my TriQ, without the gear attached and not painted.

Canard (no wheels) 55 lbs
Main wing 48 lbs
Fwd fuz 50 lb estimated at the most

Four men? East peasy!

Paul Buckley

----- Original Message -----
From: viggenbuilder2
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Saturday, July 21, 2007 7:18 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Fuselage weight


Hi Gang, Does anyone have an idea how heavy the front section of the
fuselage without canopy, engine, and instrument panel (and with tail
cone removed ) is please. I am trying to work out how many guys I need
to manhandle it around and turn over, thus how much beer I need to get
in. :-)
My TriQ was 798Lbs in the book at last weighin,so I'm estimating about
260lb. Can anyone confirm that or get closer ? I'm thinking four guys
should manage it easily ? Any thoughts or tips please ?
Yes Mike, I am working on it !!

Cheers,
Richard Thomson
G-BMFN TriQ200.
richard@...






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Re: OSH Award Hat

britmcman99
 

Pat:

Bare in mind that when using the word "Bear" implies a large furry animal
with big claws. I wish I could be at Osh this year. That's a great looking
hat. Thanks for all the work you put forth.

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Re: Fuselage weight

britmcman99
 

I have been flipping my Tri-Q mid fuse rove the past few weeks with two guys
and a Harbor Freight 330 # capacity cable hoist ($60.00 when on sale). I
use three of these as a Q-storage hanger lift also. Once lifted at all three
points I chain in place and unload the cable lines. Yippe, free storage for
the second quickie.

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Re: Fuselage weight

Richard Thomson
 

Hi Guys. looks like it will be easier than I first thought.
Using the 2x4's is a good idea Earnest, as we are in the open it will make
things easier to grip. Thanks everyone.

Richard Thomson
Weston s Mare , UK
Tri-Q 200 G-BMFN
richard@...


Re: Fuselage weight

Richard Hole <rickhole@...>
 

We've flipped Scott Swing's N1711Q Q200 in that same config several
times. Four is plenty. Three may be enough, but have the fourth
just in case. We flip Velocity fuselages easily with four people.

--- In Q-LIST@..., "viggenbuilder2" <richard@...> wrote:

Hi Gang, Does anyone have an idea how heavy the front section of
the
fuselage without canopy, engine, and instrument panel (and with
tail
cone removed ) is please. I am trying to work out how many guys I
need
to manhandle it around and turn over, thus how much beer I need to
get
in. :-)
My TriQ was 798Lbs in the book at last weighin,so I'm estimating
about
260lb. Can anyone confirm that or get closer ? I'm thinking four
guys
should manage it easily ? Any thoughts or tips please ?
Yes Mike, I am working on it !!

Cheers,
Richard Thomson
G-BMFN TriQ200.
richard@...


Fuselage weight

Richard Thomson
 

Hi Gang, Does anyone have an idea how heavy the front section of the
fuselage without canopy, engine, and instrument panel (and with tail
cone removed ) is please. I am trying to work out how many guys I need
to manhandle it around and turn over, thus how much beer I need to get
in. :-)
My TriQ was 798Lbs in the book at last weighin,so I'm estimating about
260lb. Can anyone confirm that or get closer ? I'm thinking four guys
should manage it easily ? Any thoughts or tips please ?
Yes Mike, I am working on it !!

Cheers,
Richard Thomson
G-BMFN TriQ200.
richard@...


Re: Fuselage weight

MartinErni@...
 

Richard,
I have seen it done at least 4 times with 4 guys. No real heavy lifting
for any of them. We usually attached 2x4s to the engine mounts and rotated it
over the nose.
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Re: CFI Check Ride

Jon Finley <jon@...>
 

Ya, I are one. However; I'm not sure what a "check ride" in a Q2/200 is
going to do to satisfy your Super Quickie "need". If it is for insurance,
these are very different airplanes which I doubt an insurance company will
accept (but I've been wrong before).

Without knowing the details of your situation, I would encourage you to get
a ride in a Q2/200 with anyone (not just a CFI) just for familiarization
purposes. Feeling how it flies, what minimum speed feels like, what a
high-sink rate feels like, getting the sight picture, etc... are all very
worthwhile and will help your own first flight. That said, a Q2/200 flies
very much "heavier" and faster than a Super Quickie. The key item with this
airplane is really ground handling. If you can comfortably taxi it around
at up to medium speeds (40-45mph for a Super Q) and stay in control at all
times (and not scare yourself), you are in pretty good shape. The Super Q
is a SWEET flying airplane with awesome visibility, I always found mine VERY
easy to land and handle on the ground (WAY easier than my Q2). If yours is
not, fix it. If you are not comfortable with it, taxi more until you are.

Jon Finley
N314JF - Q2 - Subaru EJ-22 Legacy
http://www.finleyweb.net
Mid-Valley Airpark (E98), Los Lunas, NM

-----Original Message-----
From: Q-LIST@... [mailto:Q-LIST@...]On Behalf Of
Kevin Boddicker
Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2007 8:46 PM
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Re: Hot Dog Roast


Jon Finley is the only one I know.
He lives in New Mexico I believe.

Kevin Boddicker
Tri Q 200 N7868B 59.8 hours
Luana, IA.

On Jul 19, 2007, at 4:27 PM, FR Jones wrote:

Kevin, who among us is a CFI and has a Q200? I need a check ride so
I can
fly my Super Quickie.
With any luck there will be one near me here in Topeka?
Dick

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