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Re: kit

Jim Porter <jporter@...>
 

I have one which is not terribly far from completion. I haven't worked on
it for a few years, so from time to time I have given some casual thought
about whether to consider selling.



It's a Q2 with a 75 hp Revmaster. Exterior is done through primer. Engine
has been on and off, and rotated to check for spark. Instrument panel is
populated, to include Terra radio and transponder. Unused Telex headsets
included. I always planned to acquire a portable GPS for navigation when
the project was done.



Since your inquiry provided an unexpected opportunity to react, I've not
given thought to pricing. My receipts since day one total $20,431. If
you'd like to see pictures of it, email me separately (jporter@...)
and I'd be happy to take some and email you back. I'm in northern Alabama.



Jim Porter


Re: KITPLANES article. . .

Murry Rozansky
 

Hi Dan, great article. I have the sad task of disposing of a late friend's almost completed Tri-Q. It has a 160 hp Subi-Lyc EJ 22 with Airflow Performance mechanical fuel injection and dual electronic ignition and P-38 like dual radiators in the tail cone. Will post more details after Oshkosh.

Murry I. Rozansky
mirco@...

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From:
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Sent: 7/26/2013 11:35:48 AM
Subject: [Q-LIST] KITPLANES article. . .





I got my copy of the September issue of KITPLANES magazine in the
mail yesterday. It features Jon Swenson's Tri-Q-vair rebuild, and Bruce
Crain's beautiful Tri-Q-200. The issue should be appearing in newstands
soon! Make sure you check it out!

Thanks to everyone who contributed!
I was able to sneak a few more of your names in there too! LOL!

Cheers,
Dan Yager
QBA Editor
www.quickheads.com [1]

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Re: kit

dkeats <dkeats@...>
 

I have a complete unstarted Q200 kit available in Geraldton Ontario Canada.
Canada Chris


Re: KITPLANES article. . .

fastlittleairplanes <mylittlemgb@...>
 

Great job Dan it sure is nice seeing our planes back in the mainstream magazines again. I guess I better get to work so we can keep them there.

Richard Kaczmarek
Fast Little Airplanes LLC

--- In Q-LIST@..., JMasal@... wrote:

OUTSTANDING piece of writing you rascal.


j.



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From: dan <dan@...>
To: Q-LIST <Q-LIST@...>; Dragonflylist <Dragonflylist@...>; Q-Performance <Q-Performance@...>
Sent: Fri, Jul 26, 2013 1:36 pm
Subject: [Q-LIST] KITPLANES article. . .








I got my copy of the September issue of KITPLANES magazine in the
mail yesterday. It features Jon Swenson's Tri-Q-vair rebuild, and Bruce
Crain's beautiful Tri-Q-200. The issue should be appearing in newstands
soon! Make sure you check it out!

Thanks to everyone who contributed!
I was able to sneak a few more of your names in there too! LOL!

Cheers,
Dan Yager
QBA Editor
www.quickheads.com [1]

Links:
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Re: KITPLANES article. . .

JMasal@...
 

OUTSTANDING piece of writing you rascal.


j.

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From: dan <dan@...>
To: Q-LIST <Q-LIST@...>; Dragonflylist <Dragonflylist@...>; Q-Performance <Q-Performance@...>
Sent: Fri, Jul 26, 2013 1:36 pm
Subject: [Q-LIST] KITPLANES article. . .








I got my copy of the September issue of KITPLANES magazine in the
mail yesterday. It features Jon Swenson's Tri-Q-vair rebuild, and Bruce
Crain's beautiful Tri-Q-200. The issue should be appearing in newstands
soon! Make sure you check it out!

Thanks to everyone who contributed!
I was able to sneak a few more of your names in there too! LOL!

Cheers,
Dan Yager
QBA Editor
www.quickheads.com [1]

Links:
------
[1] http://www.quickheads.com/

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KITPLANES article. . .

quickheads
 

I got my copy of the September issue of KITPLANES magazine in the
mail yesterday. It features Jon Swenson's Tri-Q-vair rebuild, and Bruce
Crain's beautiful Tri-Q-200. The issue should be appearing in newstands
soon! Make sure you check it out!

Thanks to everyone who contributed!
I was able to sneak a few more of your names in there too! LOL!


Cheers,
Dan Yager
QBA Editor
www.quickheads.com [1]




Links:
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[1] http://www.quickheads.com/


Removable tail cone on the Q1 and engines

n7188u
 

Couple of questions to the Q group:

1.- Were can I find detailed information (plans) on the removable tail-cone modification for the Q1? I found it mentioned in issue 2 of the QAC newsletter but there are no details.

2.- I know there are not many Q1s flying but what is the current trend on engines for this plane. I have read about the Rotax 503 but it does seem a bit big compared to the original Onan. I also what to try to be as close to the original specs as I can but granted that a slightly larger engine than the Onan would be nice?

3.- Is the Onan still a viable option? parts, cores, etc?

BTW, I have been searching the forum for these answers but there is so much info it gets painful to decipher. I just wonder if I can get a heads up from any Q1 owner out there.

Thanks,
Chris


Re: Hello to the group

n7188u
 

Thanks Mike. I saw you site, nice plane. Getting in touch with Roy would be very helpful, thanks.

Chris

--- In Q-LIST@..., Mike Dwyer <q2pilot@...> wrote:

Hi Chris,
Welcome to the group.
Check out the project map:
http://www.quickheads.com/index.php?option=com_qba&view=map&Itemid=341
I am in the Tampa Bay Florida area but with a Q200.
Roy has a flying Q1 on the east coast of FL, will have to see if I can find
any contact info for him.
Kevin is building his Q200 in Ft Lauderdale.

Fly Safe,
Mike

my q200 web site www.dwyermike.com/q200 or check out youtube under
"flymeairplane"




On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 10:20 PM, n7188u <n7188u@...> wrote:

**


Hello to the Q-List group. I just joined and please allow me to introduce
myself.

I am an avid fanatic of the Rutan based designs (even worked for a company
that was making the motor for spaceship one). I currently own a beautiful
LongEZ:


http://www.youngeagles.org/photos/gallery.asp?action=viewimage&imageid=622&text=&categoryid=17&box=&shownew=

That is actually my plane in the link's picture)

I was at one point building a Cozy IV, which I still have in my garage,
but eventually got caught up with family obligations and time to build was
limited so I got the LongEZ and work on the Cozy stopped.

However, I never stop dreaming of getting back to composite construction
which I really enjoy but still find the Cozy to be a very large project.

So I read the article about the Q1 in the EAA new Experimenter and I came
across all the info in the Quickheads' site. I am now hooked. I got the
plans and templates so here I am possibly embarking on a new project.

So far I have found the Quickheads' site from which I bought the plans and
templates. I also found this list which seems a great source of
information. I tried the forum links at Quickheads' site but they don't
seem to work. Any other advice for sources of information? Any Q1 owners in
Florida I can talk to and go see their planes? I live in Miami but can move
around FL easily with the LongEZ.

Thanks for the help in advance and looking forward to this Quickie
adventure.

Best Regards,
Chris Martin



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Barnstormers: Q2 KIT . $6,000

John Loram <johnl@...>
 

Q2 KIT . $6,000 . AVAILABLE FOR SALE . Quickie Q2. Still in the box. Call
for details. . Contact Donald D. McIntyre, Owner - located Columbus, MT USA
. Telephone: 406-780-1344 . . Posted July 25, 2013

http://www.barnstormers.com/ad_detail.php?ID=802275

-john-


Re: Hello to the group

Mike Dwyer
 

Hi Chris,
Welcome to the group.
Check out the project map:
http://www.quickheads.com/index.php?option=com_qba&view=map&Itemid=341
I am in the Tampa Bay Florida area but with a Q200.
Roy has a flying Q1 on the east coast of FL, will have to see if I can find
any contact info for him.
Kevin is building his Q200 in Ft Lauderdale.

Fly Safe,
Mike

my q200 web site www.dwyermike.com/q200 or check out youtube under
"flymeairplane"




On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 10:20 PM, n7188u <n7188u@...> wrote:

**


Hello to the Q-List group. I just joined and please allow me to introduce
myself.

I am an avid fanatic of the Rutan based designs (even worked for a company
that was making the motor for spaceship one). I currently own a beautiful
LongEZ:


http://www.youngeagles.org/photos/gallery.asp?action=viewimage&imageid=622&text=&categoryid=17&box=&shownew=

That is actually my plane in the link's picture)

I was at one point building a Cozy IV, which I still have in my garage,
but eventually got caught up with family obligations and time to build was
limited so I got the LongEZ and work on the Cozy stopped.

However, I never stop dreaming of getting back to composite construction
which I really enjoy but still find the Cozy to be a very large project.

So I read the article about the Q1 in the EAA new Experimenter and I came
across all the info in the Quickheads' site. I am now hooked. I got the
plans and templates so here I am possibly embarking on a new project.

So far I have found the Quickheads' site from which I bought the plans and
templates. I also found this list which seems a great source of
information. I tried the forum links at Quickheads' site but they don't
seem to work. Any other advice for sources of information? Any Q1 owners in
Florida I can talk to and go see their planes? I live in Miami but can move
around FL easily with the LongEZ.

Thanks for the help in advance and looking forward to this Quickie
adventure.

Best Regards,
Chris Martin



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Re: kit

Steven
 

How much?

Steven
On Jul 25, 2013 9:57 PM, "kevin wilkinson" <giklw@...> wrote:

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I HAVE ONE I WOULD PART WITH. TWO FRONT SHELLS ONE SET JOINEDOTHER
UNTUCHED. ONE TAIT CONE. ALL THE WELDED PARTS.LSONE SPARS UNTOUCHED. SOME
HARD WEAR. NO GLASS, EPOXY, OR FOME. TWO CANOPIES. REAR WING MOSTLY BUILT.

KEVIN


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From: folsomtwo <folsomtwo@...>
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2013 6:45 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] kit




So I know this just hopeful thinking... Does anyone know where I can get a
Q2 kit ??I know the manufactur is gone SK any help would be appreciated.

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Re: kit

kevin wilkinson
 

I HAVE ONE I WOULD PART WITH. TWO FRONT SHELLS ONE SET JOINEDOTHER UNTUCHED. ONE TAIT CONE. ALL THE WELDED PARTS.LSONE SPARS UNTOUCHED. SOME HARD WEAR. NO GLASS, EPOXY, OR FOME. TWO CANOPIES. REAR WING MOSTLY BUILT.
 
KEVIN


________________________________
From: folsomtwo <folsomtwo@...>
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2013 6:45 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] kit


 

So I know this just hopeful thinking... Does anyone know where I can get a Q2 kit ??I know the manufactur is gone SK any help would be appreciated.




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kit

folsomtwo <folsomtwo@...>
 

So I know this just hopeful thinking... Does anyone know where I can get a Q2 kit ??I know the manufactur is gone SK any help would be appreciated.


Hello to the group

n7188u
 

Hello to the Q-List group. I just joined and please allow me to introduce myself.

I am an avid fanatic of the Rutan based designs (even worked for a company that was making the motor for spaceship one). I currently own a beautiful LongEZ:

http://www.youngeagles.org/photos/gallery.asp?action=viewimage&imageid=622&text=&categoryid=17&box=&shownew=

That is actually my plane in the link's picture)

I was at one point building a Cozy IV, which I still have in my garage, but eventually got caught up with family obligations and time to build was limited so I got the LongEZ and work on the Cozy stopped.

However, I never stop dreaming of getting back to composite construction which I really enjoy but still find the Cozy to be a very large project.

So I read the article about the Q1 in the EAA new Experimenter and I came across all the info in the Quickheads' site. I am now hooked. I got the plans and templates so here I am possibly embarking on a new project.

So far I have found the Quickheads' site from which I bought the plans and templates. I also found this list which seems a great source of information. I tried the forum links at Quickheads' site but they don't seem to work. Any other advice for sources of information? Any Q1 owners in Florida I can talk to and go see their planes? I live in Miami but can move around FL easily with the LongEZ.

Thanks for the help in advance and looking forward to this Quickie adventure.

Best Regards,
Chris Martin


HUD

Webcave
 

Looks promising and should be or could be adaptable to our aircraft use.

JackM
Veze




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Sort of like the tap test?

John Loram <johnl@...>
 

http://www.pddnet.com/news/2013/07/choosing-wave-could-accelerate-airplane-m
aintenance?et_cid=3386286&et_rid=45616857&type=cta

-john-


Re: Navigation App

Sam Hoskins
 

Thanks Mike. Just downloaded it. Will give it a whirl.


On Sat, Jul 20, 2013 at 9:57 AM, Mike Dwyer <q2pilot@...> wrote:

**


If you are running an android smart phone I found a great App for
Navigation. It is free, it downloads sectional charts, IFR enroute
charts... It uses the phone GPS to make a moving map type display. It
downloads the TFR's and makes a red circle on your map. You can make a
flight route. It has an airport facility directory. Wow.

I think the app is awesome. I'm using it on my Samsung ii phone. I
suppose it would work on one of those 7" tablets that are now less than
$300 too.

Check out
http://avgps.wordpress.com/avare-overview/

I have no connection with them, other than I think their app is too nice
not to share.
Fly Safe,
Mike

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Re: GONE - Q2 Fuselage Shells.

quickheads
 

The fuselage shells are gone.

The winner was D. Michael Bergen who
took them out of my garage this afternoon.

Thanks to everyone who
e-mailed me.

Cheers,
Dan Yager
QBA Editor
www.quickheads.com [1]

On
2013-07-21 09:59, dan@... wrote:

I have a full set of
four Q2 Fuselage shells that I would like to
see go to a good home.
THe aft shells are joined and bulkheads
installed.

I will give
them away for FREE to the first person who is
able to come out and
pick them up, or arrange delivery.

I live in
Kingston, PA 18704.

E-mail me OFF LIST if interested.

Thanks,
Dan
Yager
QBA Editor
www.quickheads.com


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Slightly unusual flight report - Missing Man formation

Sam Hoskins
 

Just kind of different for me. This weekend, the two big southern Illinois
airports are hosting the Commemorative Air Force, mostly static displays.

I was asked to put together a Missing Man formation for the event with our
local EAA chapter members. Friday, we had a C-195 flying the lead, which
was fun. Also had an RV-7a, a KR-2 & me. I was the one doing the pullout.
Reports from the ground were positive, but I did hear that the bugler was
a little slow getting taps out of his horn.

Saturday, we did it again, but with a C-172 as lead instead of the C-195.
Same pilot though. I have to give him credit, he was able to maintain
about 135 mph, which worked out pretty well. The formation was tighter and
I'm sure it looked better. I heard the bugler was slow getting his horn
out of his case and was about 45 seconds behind.

(As I was typing this, a DC-3 just flew over my house)

We'll give it one more shot today.

Here is a TV story about the event.
http://www.kfvs12.com/story/22893166/world-war-ii-planes-visit-the-heartland-reminding-veterans-of-the-past

I may get the ride of a lifetime tomorrow. Keep your fingers crossed, I am.

Sam


Re: Mid Summer Mountian flight

One Sky Dog
 

Bruce,

Not easily but if I exhaust all other avenues I can. Just another major deal.

I am installing inlet ramps right now with hopes of increasing volume and better directing of existing flow.

I am flying quite a bit and am fine on mild days and mornings on hot days. Pushing the envelope to triple digits, high humidity, high density altitude has revealed the limits of the existing system. I am a lot closer and have a small amount of data that indicates I am on track.

If I could fly around in the first mile of air there is a lot more there to help with cooling. Up in the second mile there are a lot less molecules to carry heat away. It is harder to cool even when making less than sea level horsepower.

Making progress. Not too many Dragonfly/ Corvairs around to see how they did it.

Regards,

Charlie Johnson
Ogden, Utah

On Jul 21, 2013, at 3:52 AM, "jcrain2@..." <jcrain2@...> wrote:

Charlie,Can you separate your oil cooling from your cylinder head cooling including inlet and outlet? I am sorry I can't remember how it is set up currently.Bruce
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