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Re: Non-vented Fuel Cap Replacement

Mike Dwyer
 

My cap like this is tan/brown.  I cracked one by over tightening it.  Take the old cap and go see what it fits!
Mike Dwyer

Q200 Website: http://goo.gl/V8IrJF


On Mon, Mar 15, 2021 at 3:17 PM Corbin via groups.io <c_geiser=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
I haven't made Sam's modification using the PVC fitting yet so I am curious if anyone knows the source of this fuel cap that I have.  My A&P found a crack in it during my conditional this week (ready to fly now).

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Corbin 
N33QR


Non-vented Fuel Cap Replacement

Corbin <c_geiser@...>
 

I haven't made Sam's modification using the PVC fitting yet so I am curious if anyone knows the source of this fuel cap that I have.  My A&P found a crack in it during my conditional this week (ready to fly now).

--

Corbin 
N33QR


Re: Flight Report

Richard Thomson
 

     Love the way you tell your stories Mike, I wonder where that seagull is now ?

    Would have made a mess if its TCAS wasn't working !! :-0

    Glad your battery proved to be ok.

    Rich T.

On 14/03/2021 00:32, Jerry Marstall wrote:
Thks Mike 
Always enjoy your reports. Jerry 

-------- Original message --------
From: Mike Dwyer <q200pilot@...>
Date: 3/13/21 5:14 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: Q_List <Q-List@groups.io>
Subject: [Q-List] Flight Report

Beautiful day here in west central Florida today 75F 45% humidity.  Got down to the airport and checked the Q200 over.  Got in and hit the starter... but the propeller only turned slowly.  No where near fast enough to start.  Shoot, my Odyssey PC925 battery is 7 years old, it's probably dead.  I keep an AGM type battery charger on it so I reset it and the battery is now showing 15 volts.  That is a characteristic of a bad battery that has too much internal resistance.  Oh well, $200 later I got a new battery.  I pull off the tail cone where the battery resides and pull out the battery.  Whenever you do work at the hangar everyone comes over to watch.  My buddy Sam mentions that he has a battery tester.  He also says he replaced his Odyssey PC925 a couple years ago after he had it for 15 years in his Velocity.  Cool, let's try the battery tester.  Old battery Good.  What?  New battery Good (expected that).  Oh, no I got a different issue.  Battery connections look good.  30 Years ago I had built the battery cables with a disconnectable joint so you could pull the rear shell off.  Sure enough this connection looked good but wasn't.  My smart charger had been acting strangely lately.  That should have been a sign.  Anyway fixed the battery connection and buttoned her up.  

Take off on RWY 36, no wind.  Nice.  Ran great, cool temps.  Headed North and climbed to 5500' to do the Ham radio thing.  People have fun talking to airplanes so I did that for a while.  Starting to be a bit of haze in the air but not too bad.  It was 10% humidity up there!  That's crazy low.  Hey, let's buzz by Clearwater Beach and see what the Spring Breakers are up to.  Got a little low as I went by.  FlightAware kinda shows me at 0 but that is only approximate!  
image.png
Have you ever seen a seagull go by at 175 mph?  It's impressive.

Anyway there were more boats out today then on a summer day.  The beaches with parking like Clearwater were packed.  So after passing the interesting beaches I pulled up to about 1600' to head back to the airport.  They gave me runway 4 with a perfect 11K from the left crosswind and it was gusty.  Eh, got to keep up the crosswind skills.  Crabbed to the right with the left wind down and landed with the left wheel first.  Plunk and it's down.  Not bad.  

Here are a couple of North bound pictures.   

IMG_20210313_141259MP.jpg
IMG_20210313_141255MP.jpg
Oh, and I returned the battery to the store.  So it was a cheap fix afterall!

Fly Safe (even tho gas is up $0.80 a gallon - thanks Biden).

Mike Dwyer
Q200 N3QP

Q200 Website: http://goo.gl/V8IrJF


Re: Wing load testing and max weight

Frankenbird Vern
 

 As promised.. I had an hour or so (late at night of course) to read some of the the up-loads on the Weishaar-Doyle LS-1 Canard method and noted the same opinion about the tube spar being....unusual.... except lots of them in front of the Post Offices in America. The tapered carbon fiber spar might even be Oklahoma F5 proof!!!  

  You guys ever watch Burt Rutans series on You Tube about his time with Jim Bede? Some of his storyline is really funny about what happened in Newton (Kansas that is) 
 I mention this because of the spar design used in the BD5, and how Rutan had a working business plan for Mohave after the events at Bede Aircraft. 

 I wonder if Burt will ever talk about the R&D group meeting we had with all the big whigs present at Beech about the Starship and why it was destined to fall on it's ass in the market mostly BECAUSE of Olive Ann?  Well.. that and the local Fed Office and some of the hard headed Beech design goons. Roncz was there..Dick..Jeanna..  "Nope..we ain't gonna put a jet on Beech field while I am alive!.. Ayrplanz is supposed to have Propellerz!! Need sweepy canards and FLAPZ too!"

 The 85% POC didn't have any of that garbage and it flew circles around anything we'd ever seen before. All it was missing were a pair of GE turbines..   

 Sorry guys.. I'm an old fart now and cranky sometimes about how (and why) Wichita lost everything. And as a Pilot I am confessing my love affair with the aircraft ran deep. Must have been the same Preston Tucker felt like about the Tucker 48..which near about the number were supposedly built as Starships.     

 So if there were a partial kit such as my situation and that person decided to build using the I-beam (or a variation) we would not
be able to legally name it a Quickie? What has transpired with the QAC rights now? Dragonfly has become a Night Gallery topic..who in South Africa is even around to buy back from if they were willing to sell?

Vern


From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> on behalf of One Sky Dog via groups.io <Oneskydog@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2021 7:16 AM
To: main@q-list.groups.io <main@q-list.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Q-List] Wing load testing and max weight
 
Jay,

Speaking of “I” beams. We designed one for our engineering class that we could build using simple tooling. We used out of date pre-preg that could not be used on weapon systems. This could be done with “OOA” out of autoclave pre-Impregnated materials that are available today. It is very similar to how the Voyager spars were manufactured in Ed’s garage.



3” X 3” X 36” carbon/ epoxy “I” beam Manufactured for 4 point bending load test.



We actually went beyond analytics in refining the beam and had to take a lot of material out in later beams to avoid destroying the test fixture. In my opinion an I-beam is a better option than a circular spar as a load carrying element. Shear loads are 1/10 th of cap loads.

One Sky Dog


On Feb 16, 2021, at 5:26 AM, One Sky Dog via groups.io <Oneskydog@...> wrote:

Jay,

My main point I was trying to make is the spar can take more deflection than the glass shell without reaching failure. This puts the first failure as compressive buckling of the top glass skin. The energy released from the skin buckle and transfer of full load to to the spar may or may not fail the spar. Bear in mind this only occurs when you hit the ground too hard or go on off runway excursions.

I am only capable of doing a crude analysis but it confirmed to me why the Q skin bubble or dent happens. Slapping more glass on the problem area may just move the problem to somewhere else.

High today 54 F expected 70 F by weekend. Stay warm out there!

One Sky Dog




On Feb 15, 2021, at 1:15 PM, Jay Scheevel <jay@...> wrote:



Not to put words in Charlie’s mouth, but I think I heard him say (when he was showing me a structural simulation of the LS1 canard on his computer) that he felt the weak link in the chain was the skin/foam sandwich forward of the tube spar and inboard but not too far from the fuselage. That seems to be the place where the delamination has happened on numerous aircraft, even where the canard did not break.

 

The official QAC line was that the tubular spar was required because of the thin profile of the LS1 would not allow enough flexural strength if it that shape of airfoil was laid up conventionally. I think a properly engineered I-beam spar (or two) would probably fill the bill, but no one has tested that idea to my knowledge. QAC probably looked a the tube spar as a way of ensuring that customers did not drift towards hand building Q200’s without buying kit components from them. I would not write that motivation off entirely.

 

So many more options exist now.  I think anything requiring an autoclave should be ruled out for the general public, as it is not a tool that is available to most. The best bet would be to find an enthusiastic, enterprising, young graduate student, who is good with composites analysis and solid works, and ask them to do some modeling of proven hand laid up carbon fiber spar configurations subjected to end loading (like the standard Q and Dfly configuration), combined with line loading that would simulate the fuselage shell wall loads. If it was proven by computer modeling, then you would only have to build one canard design for testing to failure.

 

My 2 cents.

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of smeshno1@...
Sent: Monday, February 15, 2021 12:45 PM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] Wing load testing and max weight

 

 I couldn't recall if it was the Wing or Canard..thank you for the clarification, Jay.  Here is what Charlie and I both are

concerned about.. the Canard, especially in the MKI config, takes a beating in this design. Neither D-fly or Q2 have 

had the Canard tested (that we know of) and I cannot be certain of the load limits in my own aircraft. 

 

 So the airplane geek I was trained to be finds this situation unacceptable. Too many years in the factories worrying 

about "what if's!"   I am concerned we have had structural fails..thank goodness not to the point of 

augering in from 10,000 feet. There are indications of upper skin delam from the canard core..and crush of the core

leading to compression fails right where we expect these conditions to happen. The bond between the core and upper 

glass layup degrades over time...so the margin in safety to peak load will be reduced.

 

 So I have the question here.. I can build a fixture that can easily use my 1/2 ton Dodge truck to provide a stabilized test

fixture (the data plate on the truck indicates the mass we have to work with, also not a problem having certificated scales

weigh the vehicle).  How much in todays materials would a canard cost to build? No need to add finishes because these 

are not going flying..these are going to test to fail (if possible). I prefer testing the Dragonfly Canard for the reasons 

explained before. The M.E. within wants to test what is more likely of a successful build by the homebuilder in her/his

own Shop.  

 

We MIGHT be able to effectively tool for Q2 Spars and test those also. We would need to know the exact ply schedule,

finish, and resin used at QAC. What finish dry carbon fiber also. What tapes used?  A far superior part would be possible 

with pre-preg ribbon and the correct mandrel...but then the problem of autoclave and accurate cure arises. It might be

possible to correctly pre-preg fab the tapered tube Spars using internal inflated balloon methods and then cure the entire 

tool with the layup and mandrels in a controlled oven.

 

Village Idiot Vern        

     

 

 



 

_._,_._,_


Re: Flight Report

Jerry Marstall <jnmarstall@...>
 

Thks Mike 
Always enjoy your reports. Jerry 

-------- Original message --------
From: Mike Dwyer <q200pilot@...>
Date: 3/13/21 5:14 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: Q_List <Q-List@groups.io>
Subject: [Q-List] Flight Report

Beautiful day here in west central Florida today 75F 45% humidity.  Got down to the airport and checked the Q200 over.  Got in and hit the starter... but the propeller only turned slowly.  No where near fast enough to start.  Shoot, my Odyssey PC925 battery is 7 years old, it's probably dead.  I keep an AGM type battery charger on it so I reset it and the battery is now showing 15 volts.  That is a characteristic of a bad battery that has too much internal resistance.  Oh well, $200 later I got a new battery.  I pull off the tail cone where the battery resides and pull out the battery.  Whenever you do work at the hangar everyone comes over to watch.  My buddy Sam mentions that he has a battery tester.  He also says he replaced his Odyssey PC925 a couple years ago after he had it for 15 years in his Velocity.  Cool, let's try the battery tester.  Old battery Good.  What?  New battery Good (expected that).  Oh, no I got a different issue.  Battery connections look good.  30 Years ago I had built the battery cables with a disconnectable joint so you could pull the rear shell off.  Sure enough this connection looked good but wasn't.  My smart charger had been acting strangely lately.  That should have been a sign.  Anyway fixed the battery connection and buttoned her up.  

Take off on RWY 36, no wind.  Nice.  Ran great, cool temps.  Headed North and climbed to 5500' to do the Ham radio thing.  People have fun talking to airplanes so I did that for a while.  Starting to be a bit of haze in the air but not too bad.  It was 10% humidity up there!  That's crazy low.  Hey, let's buzz by Clearwater Beach and see what the Spring Breakers are up to.  Got a little low as I went by.  FlightAware kinda shows me at 0 but that is only approximate!  
image.png
Have you ever seen a seagull go by at 175 mph?  It's impressive.

Anyway there were more boats out today then on a summer day.  The beaches with parking like Clearwater were packed.  So after passing the interesting beaches I pulled up to about 1600' to head back to the airport.  They gave me runway 4 with a perfect 11K from the left crosswind and it was gusty.  Eh, got to keep up the crosswind skills.  Crabbed to the right with the left wind down and landed with the left wheel first.  Plunk and it's down.  Not bad.  

Here are a couple of North bound pictures.   

IMG_20210313_141259MP.jpg
IMG_20210313_141255MP.jpg
Oh, and I returned the battery to the store.  So it was a cheap fix afterall!

Fly Safe (even tho gas is up $0.80 a gallon - thanks Biden).

Mike Dwyer
Q200 N3QP

Q200 Website: http://goo.gl/V8IrJF


Flight Report

Mike Dwyer
 

Beautiful day here in west central Florida today 75F 45% humidity.  Got down to the airport and checked the Q200 over.  Got in and hit the starter... but the propeller only turned slowly.  No where near fast enough to start.  Shoot, my Odyssey PC925 battery is 7 years old, it's probably dead.  I keep an AGM type battery charger on it so I reset it and the battery is now showing 15 volts.  That is a characteristic of a bad battery that has too much internal resistance.  Oh well, $200 later I got a new battery.  I pull off the tail cone where the battery resides and pull out the battery.  Whenever you do work at the hangar everyone comes over to watch.  My buddy Sam mentions that he has a battery tester.  He also says he replaced his Odyssey PC925 a couple years ago after he had it for 15 years in his Velocity.  Cool, let's try the battery tester.  Old battery Good.  What?  New battery Good (expected that).  Oh, no I got a different issue.  Battery connections look good.  30 Years ago I had built the battery cables with a disconnectable joint so you could pull the rear shell off.  Sure enough this connection looked good but wasn't.  My smart charger had been acting strangely lately.  That should have been a sign.  Anyway fixed the battery connection and buttoned her up.  

Take off on RWY 36, no wind.  Nice.  Ran great, cool temps.  Headed North and climbed to 5500' to do the Ham radio thing.  People have fun talking to airplanes so I did that for a while.  Starting to be a bit of haze in the air but not too bad.  It was 10% humidity up there!  That's crazy low.  Hey, let's buzz by Clearwater Beach and see what the Spring Breakers are up to.  Got a little low as I went by.  FlightAware kinda shows me at 0 but that is only approximate!  
image.png
Have you ever seen a seagull go by at 175 mph?  It's impressive.

Anyway there were more boats out today then on a summer day.  The beaches with parking like Clearwater were packed.  So after passing the interesting beaches I pulled up to about 1600' to head back to the airport.  They gave me runway 4 with a perfect 11K from the left crosswind and it was gusty.  Eh, got to keep up the crosswind skills.  Crabbed to the right with the left wind down and landed with the left wheel first.  Plunk and it's down.  Not bad.  

Here are a couple of North bound pictures.   

IMG_20210313_141259MP.jpg
IMG_20210313_141255MP.jpg
Oh, and I returned the battery to the store.  So it was a cheap fix afterall!

Fly Safe (even tho gas is up $0.80 a gallon - thanks Biden).

Mike Dwyer
Q200 N3QP

Q200 Website: http://goo.gl/V8IrJF


Re: Reminder Saturday! Q-Tour featuring Jim Patillo and his EAA Lindy Award winning Q-200. NOTE Special time - 11:00 am, Central Time

Bruce Crain
 

We had a weddin’.  I am the entertainment!  Big debut!  Whoop whoop!
Sorry I wasn’t there but my “spousal unit” is a bit narrow about these kind of things.
Bruce


On Mar 13, 2021, at 10:16 AM, Corbin via groups.io <c_geiser@...> wrote:


I am going to have to watch the recorded version.  Sorry to miss this one live.  I have had the calendar blocked all week but now can't get out of something that came up.

Corbin 

On March 11, 2021 at 7:38 PM, Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...> wrote:

Join Jim, from Livermore, CA as he shows us his beautiful Q-200. To join the meeting, click on the link at the end of this message. 

Due to a scheduling conflict we will start this meeting at 11:00 a.m. Central Time, 17:00 GMT.  Sorry about that, but it can't be helped. Please don't log in until 11:00 AM, Central Time. 

April's Q-Tour will feature Jay Scheevel and his highly modified Jabiru 3300A  powered Tri-Q.

Sam Hoskins is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
 
Topic: Jim Patillo Q-Tour  Zoom Meeting
Time: Mar 13, 2021 11:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
 
Join Zoom Meeting
 
Meeting ID: 738 0888 5544
Passcode: aWH2bF

--

Corbin 
N33QR



Re: Reminder Saturday! Q-Tour featuring Jim Patillo and his EAA Lindy Award winning Q-200. NOTE Special time - 11:00 am, Central Time

Corbin <c_geiser@...>
 

I am going to have to watch the recorded version.  Sorry to miss this one live.  I have had the calendar blocked all week but now can't get out of something that came up.

Corbin 

On March 11, 2021 at 7:38 PM, Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...> wrote:

Join Jim, from Livermore, CA as he shows us his beautiful Q-200. To join the meeting, click on the link at the end of this message. 

Due to a scheduling conflict we will start this meeting at 11:00 a.m. Central Time, 17:00 GMT.  Sorry about that, but it can't be helped. Please don't log in until 11:00 AM, Central Time. 

April's Q-Tour will feature Jay Scheevel and his highly modified Jabiru 3300A  powered Tri-Q.

Sam Hoskins is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
 
Topic: Jim Patillo Q-Tour  Zoom Meeting
Time: Mar 13, 2021 11:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
 
Join Zoom Meeting
 
Meeting ID: 738 0888 5544
Passcode: aWH2bF

--

Corbin 
N33QR


Reminder Saturday! Q-Tour featuring Jim Patillo and his EAA Lindy Award winning Q-200. NOTE Special time - 11:00 am, Central Time

Sam Hoskins
 

Join Jim, from Livermore, CA as he shows us his beautiful Q-200. To join the meeting, click on the link at the end of this message. 

Due to a scheduling conflict we will start this meeting at 11:00 a.m. Central Time, 17:00 GMT.  Sorry about that, but it can't be helped. Please don't log in until 11:00 AM, Central Time. 

April's Q-Tour will feature Jay Scheevel and his highly modified Jabiru 3300A  powered Tri-Q.

Sam Hoskins is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
 
Topic: Jim Patillo Q-Tour  Zoom Meeting
Time: Mar 13, 2021 11:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
 
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/73808885544?pwd=eHU1NzU3UXZFWUJFZ0pwUmhTa0lFQT09
 
Meeting ID: 738 0888 5544
Passcode: aWH2bF


Re: Looking for tail section

Dustin Graber
 


From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> on behalf of Bruce Crain <jcrain2@...>
Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2021 3:57:17 PM
To: main@q-list.groups.io <main@q-list.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Q-List] Looking for tail section
 
Doh! Sorry I was thinking verticals tail!
Bruce


On Mar 11, 2021, at 2:13 PM, Larry Severson <larry2@...> wrote:



Yes. It is at Chino airport.

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Shaun Milke
Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2021 10:33 AM
To: main@q-list.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] Looking for tail section

 

Does anyone have a tail section for sale? I have a friend that just bought a Q2 with a damaged tail section. I don’t much more info about what exactly he needs, but if anyone knows of something for sale email me and I can put you in touch with the buyer.

 

Thanks,

Shaun

 



Image

Image
I've got an extra tail cone that I don't need, but the cockpit needs to go with it.

I'm in Virgina.

Dustin Graber


Re: Looking for tail section

Bruce Crain
 

Doh! Sorry I was thinking verticals tail!
Bruce


On Mar 11, 2021, at 2:13 PM, Larry Severson <larry2@...> wrote:



Yes. It is at Chino airport.

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Shaun Milke
Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2021 10:33 AM
To: main@q-list.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] Looking for tail section

 

Does anyone have a tail section for sale? I have a friend that just bought a Q2 with a damaged tail section. I don’t much more info about what exactly he needs, but if anyone knows of something for sale email me and I can put you in touch with the buyer.

 

Thanks,

Shaun

 




Re: N96BJ Flight

Frankenbird Vern
 

 Jay, 

 I read most of the files.. it seems the reality is that even with more hours PIC in type..the causes of
 accidents still focus on landing approach.. 

 I would expect that of course on low time experience...surprising there were seemingly similar
 percentages even with 50+ hours PIC.  

 What might be the data cause is extended time between last current flight experience? Getting "rusty"
in a Tandem wing design seems to have quite a bit higher risk. 

 GO FLY!!!!  in other words.

 The first time I was in a Q it was in 1984 and it was a Q1. I had quite a few hours in taildraggers then and the 
fellow that wanted me to fly it only had a general idea of the differences. He knew enough to tell me not to try to 
wheel land it. Took my time to get aware of how it handled (or so I thought)!  It flew well enough..and I did some
time at slow flight to the "stall" if you'd call it that..so I had a good idea of the numbers to make the approach on Final.   

 It took three attempts at landing before I decided best might be to take to the smooth grass next to the asphalt runway. In
hindsite that was not a wise idea! But they had just cut the grass that morning and it was dry..no mud or puddles. 
No toe brakes of course..just a simple mechanical drag brake lever. Onan 22 hp, not exactly a powerhouse 
up front. 

  I made it back to the ramp without damaging the machine but that venture ended any desire for a Q1 as that 
one was built.

 Lessons learned. Stay current!

Vern
      


From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> on behalf of Jay Scheevel <jay@...>
Sent: Sunday, March 7, 2021 7:10 PM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Q-List] N96BJ Flight
 

Hi Vern,

 

If you look at my spreadsheet you will see that I have classified each accident into one of several broad categories. My report describes the criteria for each category.

 

If you want a little entertainment, have a look at the NTSB summary reports for the accidents that I have lumped into the general category “WTF”. You just have to read them to believe them.

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of smeshno1@...
Sent: Sunday, March 07, 2021 5:36 PM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] N96BJ Flight

 

 They had the info in hand about the torque requirements for the engine.. flying at dusk (while not equipped for legal night flight) probably was a factor in choosing the emergency landing location. Two major errors to keep in mind in my "remember this" folder.  

 


From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> on behalf of Jay Scheevel <jay@...>
Sent: Sunday, March 7, 2021 6:10 PM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Q-List] N96BJ Flight

 

Here is the NTSB report on the crash that Bruce mentioned. It was totally avoidable. Engine maintenance major screw up... very poorly done.
http://n8wq.scheevel.com/documents/accidents/fatal/N996DT.pdf

By the way, the folder that I uploaded to the group contains complete documentation of every Q type crash in the NTSB database prior to 2018. Most listings also contain a hyperlink to the complete NTSB summary in pdf format like the one above. To find this information, just go to the list folder: https://q-list.groups.io/g/main/files/accident%20analyses. I also summarized the accidents in two documents in that same folder. There is another spreadsheet from Richard Kazmerick that is redundant to the material in my spreadsheet and reports. This stuff is worthwhile reading if you are getting ready to fly a Q, because it puts you in possession of all of the serious mistakes that have already been made.

Cheers,
Jay


Re: Looking for tail section

Larry Severson
 

Yes. It is at Chino airport.

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Shaun Milke
Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2021 10:33 AM
To: main@q-list.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] Looking for tail section

 

Does anyone have a tail section for sale? I have a friend that just bought a Q2 with a damaged tail section. I don’t much more info about what exactly he needs, but if anyone knows of something for sale email me and I can put you in touch with the buyer.

 

Thanks,

Shaun

 


Re: Looking for tail section

Stan Susman <stanpfa@...>
 

Shan. I have a new tail cone
Stan

On Thursday, March 11, 2021, 11:22:38 AM PST, Shaun Milke <shaun_milke@...> wrote:


Does anyone have a tail section for sale? I have a friend that just bought a Q2 with a damaged tail section. I don’t much more info about what exactly he needs, but if anyone knows of something for sale email me and I can put you in touch with the buyer.

Thanks,
Shaun


Re: Looking for tail section

hgflier
 

I thought the tail came as a molded part, not something made by the builder. 
When I damaged my tail section, I rebuilt the damaged section by fixing the Undamaged pieces via external brace, and building a 2-layer “missing” section ... 




On Thursday, March 11, 2021, 10:46 AM, Bruce Crain <jcrain2@...> wrote:

I think you may need to get out the plans and hot wire and lay up one.
Bruce


On Mar 11, 2021, at 12:32 PM, Shaun Milke <shaun_milke@...> wrote:


Does anyone have a tail section for sale? I have a friend that just bought a Q2 with a damaged tail section. I don’t much more info about what exactly he needs, but if anyone knows of something for sale email me and I can put you in touch with the buyer.

Thanks,
Shaun



Re: Looking for tail section

Bruce Crain
 

I think you may need to get out the plans and hot wire and lay up one.
Bruce


On Mar 11, 2021, at 12:32 PM, Shaun Milke <shaun_milke@...> wrote:


Does anyone have a tail section for sale? I have a friend that just bought a Q2 with a damaged tail section. I don’t much more info about what exactly he needs, but if anyone knows of something for sale email me and I can put you in touch with the buyer.

Thanks,
Shaun




Looking for tail section

Shaun Milke
 

Does anyone have a tail section for sale? I have a friend that just bought a Q2 with a damaged tail section. I don’t much more info about what exactly he needs, but if anyone knows of something for sale email me and I can put you in touch with the buyer.

Thanks,
Shaun


Re: transponder

 

If your still looking for a 327 my A/P has removed a few from customers switching to ADS/B.  
I bought one of em.  
He has a unit w/ tray and will sell for $300.  This does not come with the connector.  If you’re interested you can call him and work out any other things of interest ex...wiring up, encoder etc.  He can have a unit prewired and ready to install or whatever you’d like.
Contact me off line for his info if interested.
Welsh

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Dorothea Keats" <dkeats@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] transponder
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2021 12:44:51 -0500

 Ryan------------  Looking for the 327 specifically.------------ Chris


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Re: transponder

Chris Walterson
 

Ryan------------  Looking for the 327 specifically.------------ Chris


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Re: transponder

ryan goodman
 

Do you Specifically want a 327 or just something cheap


On Tue, Mar 9, 2021 at 6:54 PM, Dorothea Keats
<dkeats@...> wrote:
  Looking to buy a Garmin 327 transponder.  I go to E Bay.ca and the
transponders come up, but most are in the states and several sellers
will not ship to Canada.  Interesting business plan.  Can anyone have a
seller you could recommend?

 I would like complete transponder tray and plug. Thanks------------- 
Chris


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