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Re: hey

Rick Hole
 

I would not even consider following a link presented like that, by default
this is SPAM and potentially dangerous.

If not, please give us some words to explain.

Rick Hole


Re: TriQer Stacy Miller

Paul Buckley
 

Oh, ye of little faith ..............

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Dwyer" <q2pilot@...>
To: <Q-LIST@...>
Sent: Monday, June 10, 2013 4:56 PM
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] TriQer Stacy Miller


You ever going to fly that thing Paul!
sorry, had to ask...
Your friend, Mike


On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 10:55 AM, Paul Buckley <paulbuckley@...>wrote:

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Hi Q Group

Is Stacy Miller still with us?
If so I would like to pick his brain about the extended wings on his TriQ,
and also about his gross weight.
Well, his TriQ's weight, anyway! :-)

Cheers

Paul Buckley
Cheshire
England







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Re: TriQer Stacy Miller

Mike Dwyer
 

You ever going to fly that thing Paul!
sorry, had to ask...
Your friend, Mike


On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 10:55 AM, Paul Buckley <paulbuckley@...>wrote:

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Hi Q Group

Is Stacy Miller still with us?
If so I would like to pick his brain about the extended wings on his TriQ,
and also about his gross weight.
Well, his TriQ's weight, anyway! :-)

Cheers

Paul Buckley
Cheshire
England

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TriQer Stacy Miller

Paul Buckley
 

Hi Q Group

Is Stacy Miller still with us?
If so I would like to pick his brain about the extended wings on his TriQ, and also about his gross weight.
Well, his TriQ's weight, anyway! :-)

Cheers

Paul Buckley
Cheshire
England


Re: Back in the air

Dave Dugas
 

Thanks Bruce..I'm looking forward to it too.
Dave D




Sent from Samsung tabletjcrain2@... wrote:Good news Dave! Glad things are working well on the Q2! We are looking forward to a trip out to the Northeast for "Field of Dreams"!Bruce N Honey Lamb

---------- Original Message ----------
From: Dave Dugas <davedq2@...>
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Back in the air
Date: Sun, 09 Jun 2013 21:19:22 -0400

After about 6 months of not flying 68DD, I finally got flying again today. I actually flew twice for a total of 2.5 hours, and it was great after a long winter and lousy spring.
About 6 weeks ago I removed the engine to change the engine bolts and shock mounts. Since I had over 750 hours on the much AD'd Bendix dual mag, I decided to send them out to have them overhauled. Executive Accessories in Ft. Lauderdale FL did an excellent job and the mags are good for another 500 hours. They are one of the few shops left that will support these things and they're great to do business with. My mags are better than new and so is my piece of mind. I also pulled the cylinders and resealed them where they fit on the crankcase. I had so much fun today, I didn't want to land...everything's running fine.
Dave Dugas Q2 N68DD

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Re: New file uploaded to Q-LIST

Paul Poulsen
 

Thanks Matey,
Greatly appreciated
Regards
Paul


Re: Back in the air

Bruce Crain
 

Good news Dave! Glad things are working well on the Q2! We are looking forward to a trip out to the Northeast for "Field of Dreams"!Bruce N Honey Lamb

---------- Original Message ----------
From: Dave Dugas <davedq2@...>
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Back in the air
Date: Sun, 09 Jun 2013 21:19:22 -0400



After about 6 months of not flying 68DD, I finally got flying again today. I actually flew twice for a total of 2.5 hours, and it was great after a long winter and lousy spring.
About 6 weeks ago I removed the engine to change the engine bolts and shock mounts. Since I had over 750 hours on the much AD'd Bendix dual mag, I decided to send them out to have them overhauled. Executive Accessories in Ft. Lauderdale FL did an excellent job and the mags are good for another 500 hours. They are one of the few shops left that will support these things and they're great to do business with. My mags are better than new and so is my piece of mind. I also pulled the cylinders and resealed them where they fit on the crankcase. I had so much fun today, I didn't want to land...everything's running fine.
Dave Dugas Q2 N68DD

Sent from Samsung tablet





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Re: Back in the air

Dave Dugas
 

Chris
Same here. Field of Dreams fly-in is here at KORE on Labor Day weekend. Nice time for a visit to New England. 
Dave D




Sent from Samsung tabletChris Adkins <ccadkins1@...> wrote:Great to hear Dave!!! Can't wait to see you again somewhere out there! :-)
On Jun 9, 2013, at 9:19 PM, Dave Dugas <davedq2@...> wrote:

After about 6 months of not flying 68DD, I finally got flying again today. I actually flew twice for a total of 2.5 hours, and it was great after a long winter and lousy spring.
About 6 weeks ago I removed the engine to change the engine bolts and shock mounts. Since I had over 750 hours on the much AD'd Bendix dual mag, I decided to send them out to have them overhauled. Executive Accessories in Ft. Lauderdale FL did an excellent job and the mags are good for another 500 hours. They are one of the few shops left that will support these things and they're great to do business with. My mags are better than new and so is my piece of mind. I also pulled the cylinders and resealed them where they fit on the crankcase. I had so much fun today, I didn't want to land...everything's running fine.
Dave Dugas Q2 N68DD



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Re: Back in the air

Chris Adkins
 

Great to hear Dave!!! Can't wait to see you again somewhere out there! :-)

On Jun 9, 2013, at 9:19 PM, Dave Dugas <davedq2@...> wrote:

After about 6 months of not flying 68DD, I finally got flying again today. I actually flew twice for a total of 2.5 hours, and it was great after a long winter and lousy spring.
About 6 weeks ago I removed the engine to change the engine bolts and shock mounts. Since I had over 750 hours on the much AD'd Bendix dual mag, I decided to send them out to have them overhauled. Executive Accessories in Ft. Lauderdale FL did an excellent job and the mags are good for another 500 hours. They are one of the few shops left that will support these things and they're great to do business with. My mags are better than new and so is my piece of mind. I also pulled the cylinders and resealed them where they fit on the crankcase. I had so much fun today, I didn't want to land...everything's running fine.
Dave Dugas Q2 N68DD



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http://www.quickiebuilders.org

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Back in the air

Dave Dugas
 

After about 6 months of not flying 68DD, I finally got flying again today. I actually flew twice for a total of 2.5 hours, and it was great after a long winter and lousy spring.
About 6 weeks ago I removed the engine to change the engine bolts and shock mounts. Since I had over 750 hours on the much AD'd Bendix dual mag, I decided to send them out to have them overhauled. Executive Accessories in Ft. Lauderdale FL did an excellent job and the mags are good for another 500 hours. They are one of the few shops left that will support these things and they're great to do business with. My mags are better than new and so is my piece of mind. I also pulled the cylinders and resealed them where they fit on the crankcase. I had so much fun today, I didn't want to land...everything's running fine.
Dave Dugas  Q2  N68DD



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Re: CG limits for Tri-Q?

fastlittleairplanes <mylittlemgb@...>
 

Okay to make this easy I have uploaded the doc to the file section for the group. After many request for a copy I figured it would be good for the group and easier on me. The file is called TriQ Install Directions.pdf The W&B starts on page 5 and follows with the flight info. I do hope this helps if any more info is needed please let me know and I will be happy to help anyway I can.

Richard
Fast Little Airplanes

--- In Q-LIST@..., "Mick Davies" <mickdavies1967@...> wrote:

Think I’ve got the CoG limits for the TriQ somewhere but if Richard has it to hand could I have a copy too?
Mick
G-BWIZ

From: fastlittleairplanes
Sent: Friday, June 07, 2013 1:29 AM
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: CG limits for Tri-Q?



The info you are looking for is in the Tri-Q conversion manual. I can email it to you if you dont have it.

Richard
Fast Little Airplanes LLC

--- In mailto:Q-LIST%40yahoogroups.com, "flyboy" <patrickrameau@> wrote:

Hey group. Currently assisting in my Tri-Q200's Annual Inspection. Having unexpected difficulty finding the CG limitations. I really expected to find it at the Quickieheads website, but no joy. Since I just removed the engine-mounted air pump, DG and associated plumbing, I really need those upper and lower limits. Any leads, links, or plans copies with that? Thanks in advance!




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New file uploaded to Q-LIST

Q-LIST@...
 

Hello,

This email message is a notification to let you know that
a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the Q-LIST
group.

File : /TriQ Install Directions.pdf
Uploaded by : fastlittleairplanes <mylittlemgb@...>
Description : TriQ conversion, W&B, and Speed Brake install

You can access this file at the URL:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Q-LIST/files/TriQ%20Install%20Directions.pdf

To learn more about file sharing for your group, please visit:
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/groups/original/members/web/index.html
Regards,

fastlittleairplanes <mylittlemgb@...>


Off topic: Johnson Bro's help save history!

One Sky Dog
 

Volunteer efforts to support the B-17 Aluminum Overcast stop at OGD
resulted in a lot of people being able to see and tour the historic plane.


During this years tour of the EAA B-17 Ogden,Ut (OGD ) was selected as the
stopping point between Idaho and Colorado. Experimental Aircraft
Association Chapters 23 and 58 provide support for the stop. Support includes
advertising, crew to help with tour operations, crowd management, manning the
merchandise counter. This year interfacing with a hostile airport manager and
the TSA regarding new commercial air service at OGD.


In addition to ground support the Johnson Bro's went the extra mile and
provided wingman support to the crew in flight from OGD Centennial Airport in
the Denver ,Co area. Both taking the controls for a time to share the task
of ferrying the 1945 B-17 to the next tour stop.






http://www.contour.com/videos/watch/ogd-to-apa-8-of-11-on-a-b-17


Re: CG limits for Tri-Q?

Mick Davies <mickdavies1967@...>
 

Think I’ve got the CoG limits for the TriQ somewhere but if Richard has it to hand could I have a copy too?
Mick
G-BWIZ

From: fastlittleairplanes
Sent: Friday, June 07, 2013 1:29 AM
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: CG limits for Tri-Q?



The info you are looking for is in the Tri-Q conversion manual. I can email it to you if you dont have it.

Richard
Fast Little Airplanes LLC

--- In mailto:Q-LIST%40yahoogroups.com, "flyboy" <patrickrameau@...> wrote:

Hey group. Currently assisting in my Tri-Q200's Annual Inspection. Having unexpected difficulty finding the CG limitations. I really expected to find it at the Quickieheads website, but no joy. Since I just removed the engine-mounted air pump, DG and associated plumbing, I really need those upper and lower limits. Any leads, links, or plans copies with that? Thanks in advance!




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Re: CG limits for Tri-Q?

fastlittleairplanes <mylittlemgb@...>
 

The info you are looking for is in the Tri-Q conversion manual. I can email it to you if you dont have it.

Richard
Fast Little Airplanes LLC

--- In Q-LIST@..., "flyboy" <patrickrameau@...> wrote:

Hey group. Currently assisting in my Tri-Q200's Annual Inspection. Having unexpected difficulty finding the CG limitations. I really expected to find it at the Quickieheads website, but no joy. Since I just removed the engine-mounted air pump, DG and associated plumbing, I really need those upper and lower limits. Any leads, links, or plans copies with that? Thanks in advance!


Re: pilot manual

fastlittleairplanes <mylittlemgb@...>
 

QAC never did a POH for the Tri-Q. When Scott originally did the Tri conversion he added the basic flight info at the end of the conversion instructions. If you didn't have them I would be happy to send then to you by email. Just let me know, we have been trying to do a new POH but time just hasn't let us get it completed yet.

Richard
Fast Little Airplanes LLC

--- In Q-LIST@..., Mike Perry <dmperry1012@...> wrote:

There is a copy of the Q2 Pilot Manual in Word '97 format at John
Finley's site:
http://jdfinley.com/file-downloads/quickie-aircraft-documents/

You can edit this in almost any word processor. Download "Q2 Pilot
Manual" -- the other file (Q2 POH) is in acrobat.

I don't know of a specific Tri-Q POH.

Mike Perry


On 6/6/2013 6:11 AM, keith wrote:

hi all can any one point me too where we can get a tri-q pilot manual
quickie heads have q2 manual but i would like a tri-q one
Keith

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Re: pilot manual

Mike Perry
 

There is a copy of the Q2 Pilot Manual in Word '97 format at John
Finley's site:
http://jdfinley.com/file-downloads/quickie-aircraft-documents/

You can edit this in almost any word processor. Download "Q2 Pilot
Manual" -- the other file (Q2 POH) is in acrobat.

I don't know of a specific Tri-Q POH.

Mike Perry

On 6/6/2013 6:11 AM, keith wrote:

hi all can any one point me too where we can get a tri-q pilot manual
quickie heads have q2 manual but i would like a tri-q one
Keith

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CG limits for Tri-Q?

Patrick Rameau
 

Hey group. Currently assisting in my Tri-Q200's Annual Inspection. Having unexpected difficulty finding the CG limitations. I really expected to find it at the Quickieheads website, but no joy. Since I just removed the engine-mounted air pump, DG and associated plumbing, I really need those upper and lower limits. Any leads, links, or plans copies with that? Thanks in advance!


Good news for Auto Fuel STC pilots and boaters

Mike Dwyer
 

I have never been so proud to call my self a Floridian. Soon, there will
be much less Ethanol here in Florida. You in the other 49 states should
get your reps to tell the Fed to stuff it also.

Note: Ethanol is currently only made from corn. This drives up our food
prices. It also takes a gallon of Diesel to make a gallon of Ethanol which
gives a net loss of 30% energy output. Why not just use the Diesel? The
fertilizer used in the midwest runs into the Mississippi river and is
causing a huge dead zone in the Gulf. Ethanol is not friendly to the
environment!

Death to Ethanol.

Mike


*Gov Scott (FL) signs ethanol bill into law*


*By TOM McLAUGHLIN / Daily News

Published: Friday, May 31, 2013 at 18:25 PM.


State Rep. Matt Gaetzs long quest to repeal a requirement that gasoline
sold in Florida contain some percentage of the supplement ethanol is over.
Legislation that began as H.B. 4001 was signed late Friday by Gov. Rick
Scott. The new law repeals a five-year-old statute requiring all state
service stations to sell gasoline containing an established percentage of
ethanol. Its one more mandate off the books, Gaetz said. Service
stations can continue to sell gas containing ethanol if they wish, Gaetz,
R-Fort Walton Beach, said. Gaetz has been battling to win the ethanol
repeal since he gained his seat in the state House in 2010. He said the
effort has been the one hes undertaken as a state lawmaker that has
remained most popular with constituents. The movement for freedom at the
pump just got a full tank of gas, he said.

*

*Last year Gaetz succeeded in neutering the 2008 law mandating ethanol use
by getting legislation passed saying businesses could not be sanctioned for
selling ethanol-free gasoline. We still have the mandate, but you dont
get in trouble for violating it, he said earlier this year in announcing
his plans to again launch a campaign for repeal.
State Sen. Greg Evers, R-Baker, sponsored the Senate version of the repeal
bill. Big news, Evers said Friday. Its a great thing for all the
residents of Florida.
Evers said the new law could even lower prices at the pump. Hopefully, it
will allow jobbers and distributors to bring more unblended fuel in and
make it more accessible for older cars, small engines and boats, he said.
Hopefully, it will even lower the cost of unblended fuel.


Contact Daily News Staff Writer Tom McLaughlin at 850-315-4435 or
tmclaughlin@.... Follow him on Twitter @TomMnwfdn.*


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2013 Alternative Engine Roundup

Patrick Panzera
 

LAST CALL!

Join us at the Alternative Engine Roundup this weekend!!!

Saturday, June 8th, 2013 is the date.

If you've already registered but have not received your placard for getting in for free, PLEASE email me and let me know!

If you'd like to present a forum, we can still accommodate you!

If you've not yet registered, now's the time!

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CONTACT! Magazine has been sponsoring a free fly-in for the past 10 years. This year it will continue to be held in conjunction with the Golden West Fly-in (as it was for the past two years) located in Marysville (Olivehurst), California (KMYV) and will be held on Saturday, June 8th, 2013. The Golden West Fly-in on the other hand will be all three days, June 7th – 9th and they permit camping if you are so inclined.

And as usual, it's FREE for those who elect to exhibit their plane, project, or engine with us.

http://www.ContactMagazine.com/roundup.html

The catch? In order for it to be free, you must fly in (or trailer in) with an experimental aircraft that has an "alternative engine" and be willing to put it on display with the others. This will entitle you and the occupants who flew in with you to attend the fly-in for free- but you must preregister.

And for those of you who have an experimental (data plate removed) hot-rod Lycoming, Continental, or any number of non-certified, non-auto conversion engines (UL, Jabiru, Hirth, Deltahawk, etc.) we consider those an "alternative engine" too.

Please visit http://www.ContactMagazine.com/roundup.html for preregistration information.

If you are flying-in with an aircraft powered by a Subaru, Corvair, Rotary, Honda, Geo/Suzuki, Ford, Chevrolet, or any other auto conversion and would like to present a forum (or even if you are currently building one and can't bring it- or CAN bring it on a trailer), please contact me.
Editor@...
We'd love to include you in the fun!

And so that those who are unable to make it to the show this year won't feel left out, here's some free stuff: http://www.contactmagazine.com/FreeLunch.html
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And PLEASE help us spread the word by forwarding this note to anyone you think might benefit from this information.
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The next issue of CONTACT! Magazine is seriously delinquent but we hope to have it in hand in time for this event.

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