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Re: Q200 Performance test.

Bruce Crain
 

Say Mike I didn't notice until I read your post that you were "1 person on board".  You really should try to climb from 5000' msl to 7500' msl with full fuel and luggage plus the two people who are going into Denver. Check your climb rate then.
 
I once flew out of Vance Brand KLMO (altitude 5055msl) with my son Jonathan (probably weighed 60lbs), luggage, and full fuel.  We waited until around noon and the temperature had climbed to around 95 degrees!  (density altitude over 10,000' msl!!)  I leaned the mixture and pushed the throttle forward and started to roll.  We rolled and rolled and finally got off just before the end of the runway and skimmed over the surrounding terra firma trying to establish a climb rate.  It was not pretty as at that time N96BJ was the Q200 tail dragger with a fixed pitch prop.  I now have the TriQ 200 with an MT prop which can be taken to 2700+ rpms for better horsepower.  However I am heavier around my girth and also the airplane.
 
So with all of that said my mistakes were not taking off early enough in the morning to catch maybe 50 degrees F (temperature is a big big factor)  The other thing was the runway was only 4800' long.  If I had landed at Colorado Air and Space Port the runway there is 8000' long with 2 cross runways.  Or Arapaho Centennial which has 10,000' long runways.
 
Not to discourage you though.  I have been into Colorado Air and Space Port with my oldest son Jake when he was in High School when he weighed around 175 and I was 175 but it was in the winter and the temps were in the 40's.  We did a lot better mainly due to the temps and the length of runways plus a cross runway.  Also there are some airports south and east of Denver that are pretty high such as Burlington, Co KITR which is 4218' msl and is 5200' long.  It was hot and the Q200 was minimal at that altitude and temp with my smaller son in the right seat.  The runway also goes up hill to the northwest (not good).    Garden City KGCK would have been a much better place to fuel as it is almost 2000' msl lower than Burlington plus the runway is 7300' long.
 
I pass all this on to you as I have experience albeit stupid  experience.  You can do it but be careful!
 
Bruce Crain
PS- Joanne and I have actually sent luggage via UPS and Post office when flying through and into the mountains to lighten our load.  30 or 40 lbs makes a big difference. You are more than welcome to stop by Enid on your way out and stay over night if  you like! Enjoy!


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Subject: [Q-List] Q200 Performance test.
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Re: Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with orig inal 4 into 1 configuration

Mike Dwyer
 

Mufflers need space to install, we don't have any.  They get very hot so they can't be installed under the composite wing.  Ya, mufflers aren't possible.
Mike Q200

On Wed, May 12, 2021, 4:05 AM Richard Thomson <richard@...> wrote:

    So no mufflers in sight ? Sounds just like mine. Except they are just steel. so noise abatement procedures in your town ?

    Rich T

On 11/05/2021 19:22, Bruce Crain wrote:
Yep and nope!  I did get my pipes built there and nope it is 2 into 1 on both  sides.  They will replicate your pipes to fit.  Great to work with and quick.
Bruce

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Richard Thomson" <richard@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with orig inal 4 into 1 configuration
Date: Tue, 11 May 2021 15:05:47 +0100

Did you get yours done there Bruce, Is it a wrap around the front ?

Rich T

On 11/05/2021 14:50, Bruce Crain wrote:
Kevin,
Take off your old exhaust and send it in to this company.��https://planexhaust.com/
They can build you a stainless exhaust using your old exhaust.� You will get a lot longer service life.
They do wonderful work!
Bruce Crain

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Kevin Sheeley via groups.io" <kjsheely1@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with original 4 into 1 configuration
Date: Mon, 10 May 2021 17:04:48 -0700

Does any have a set of exhaust stacks from the original kit that they would be willing to sell? Mine are starting to have holes in them.

Kevin (Q200, dragger, 480 hours)



Re: Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with orig inal 4 into 1 configuration

Richard Thomson
 

    So no mufflers in sight ? Sounds just like mine. Except they are just steel. so noise abatement procedures in your town ?

    Rich T

On 11/05/2021 19:22, Bruce Crain wrote:
Yep and nope!  I did get my pipes built there and nope it is 2 into 1 on both  sides.  They will replicate your pipes to fit.  Great to work with and quick.
Bruce

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Richard Thomson" <richard@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with orig inal 4 into 1 configuration
Date: Tue, 11 May 2021 15:05:47 +0100

Did you get yours done there Bruce, Is it a wrap around the front ?

Rich T

On 11/05/2021 14:50, Bruce Crain wrote:
Kevin,
Take off your old exhaust and send it in to this company.��https://planexhaust.com/
They can build you a stainless exhaust using your old exhaust.� You will get a lot longer service life.
They do wonderful work!
Bruce Crain

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Kevin Sheeley via groups.io" <kjsheely1@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with original 4 into 1 configuration
Date: Mon, 10 May 2021 17:04:48 -0700

Does any have a set of exhaust stacks from the original kit that they would be willing to sell? Mine are starting to have holes in them.

Kevin (Q200, dragger, 480 hours)



Re: Q200 Performance test.

Jim Patillo
 

Very nice report Mike. 
Thank you,

Jim
N46JP Q200

Sent from Outer Space

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> on behalf of Mike Dwyer <q200pilot@...>
Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2021 11:54:25 AM
Subject: [Q-List] Q200 Performance test.
 
Monday May 10th I flew the Q200 up to Crystal River to test the high altitude climb rate. We're thinking of flying out to Denver and the ground there is 6000 feet high. Got to 6,500', baro 30.05, OAT 64F, 15%RH. Slowed to take off speed and then went to full power and when the climb was steady at 100Knots (115 mph) the plane was going up at 850 FPM. Climbed to 7500'. Calculating the density altitude gave me 8800'. This is an excellent performance. Had 10 Gal of fuel, 20 lb of baggage, 1 person aboard.

Coming in to land I was lined up for Runway 22 but there was a Coast Guard H60 helicopter taking off. I politely advised the tower that I'd not be landing after that. Those choppers fly by beating the air into submission and you don't want to be near them. The tower gave me a left 360 on short final and the video picks up on the second final approach!
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Check out the video of my flight! I'm working on a device to dampen the camera vibration. We'll see how that works in a week.

Mike Dwyer

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


Today's (small) Progress

Michael
 

John Monnett once said "Just do one small thing every day"... Well, today's progress was a trip to Walmart to pick up an oil filter. Following the advice in Q-talk Issue #11, I spent $6.97 and removed 1.4 pounds from the airplane's empty weight! The filter recommendation comes courtesy of this EZGZ video and features both anti-drain back and high-pressure bypass valves. Fun side story, that old issue wasn't kidding....there really was a toilet paper roll stuffed inside that thing!



I figure the smaller size should help with cooling on the front cylinder of the Revmaster as well.



'til next time,
--
-MD
#2827 (still thinking about planning on visualizing how to finish building)


Re: Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with orig inal 4 into 1 configuration

Kevin Sheeley
 

Thanks, I have taken it down there probably 4 or 5 times already for patches. I am looking to change to 4 individual pipes someday.

On Tuesday, May 11, 2021, 9:52:00 AM EDT, Bruce Crain <jcrain2@...> wrote:


Kevin,
Take off your old exhaust and send it in to this company.  https://planexhaust.com/
They can build you a stainless exhaust using your old exhaust.  You will get a lot longer service life.
They do wonderful work!
Bruce Crain

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Kevin Sheeley via groups.io" <kjsheely1@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with original 4 into 1 configuration
Date: Mon, 10 May 2021 17:04:48 -0700

Does any have a set of exhaust stacks from the original kit that they would be willing to sell? Mine are starting to have holes in them.

Kevin (Q200, dragger, 480 hours)


Re: Q200 Performance test.

Jim Patillo
 

Mike you are right,  You don't want to mess with a big helicopter.
I flew an SH3 Sea King in the Navy, with 1,400 shaft HP each side and it was a big mo.
We actually blew a sailor overboard coming back from a SAR in the Gulf of Tonkin at night. They fished him out of the water after about 20 minutes.

Jim
N46JP - Q200   


From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> on behalf of Mike Dwyer <q200pilot@...>
Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2021 11:54 AM
Subject: [Q-List] Q200 Performance test.
 
Monday May 10th I flew the Q200 up to Crystal River to test the high altitude climb rate. We're thinking of flying out to Denver and the ground there is 6000 feet high. Got to 6,500', baro 30.05, OAT 64F, 15%RH. Slowed to take off speed and then went to full power and when the climb was steady at 100Knots (115 mph) the plane was going up at 850 FPM. Climbed to 7500'. Calculating the density altitude gave me 8800'. This is an excellent performance. Had 10 Gal of fuel, 20 lb of baggage, 1 person aboard.

Coming in to land I was lined up for Runway 22 but there was a Coast Guard H60 helicopter taking off. I politely advised the tower that I'd not be landing after that. Those choppers fly by beating the air into submission and you don't want to be near them. The tower gave me a left 360 on short final and the video picks up on the second final approach!
image.png

image.png

Check out the video of my flight! I'm working on a device to dampen the camera vibration. We'll see how that works in a week.

Mike Dwyer

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


Re: Q200 Performance test.

Bruce Crain
 

Try taking off in the cool morning air and absolutely be sure you lean the carburetor to max power before you take off.  Cross winds can be dangerous at high altitudes as the aircraft stays on the runway a lot longer.  Density altitude is nothing to overlook.
Bruce


On May 11, 2021, at 1:59 PM, John Hoxie via groups.io <hoxdesigns@...> wrote:

Good stuff Mike.


On Tue, May 11, 2021 at 12:54 PM, Mike Dwyer
<q200pilot@...> wrote:
Monday May 10th I flew the Q200 up to Crystal River to test the high altitude climb rate. We're thinking of flying out to Denver and the ground there is 6000 feet high. Got to 6,500', baro 30.05, OAT 64F, 15%RH. Slowed to take off speed and then went to full power and when the climb was steady at 100Knots (115 mph) the plane was going up at 850 FPM. Climbed to 7500'. Calculating the density altitude gave me 8800'. This is an excellent performance. Had 10 Gal of fuel, 20 lb of baggage, 1 person aboard.

Coming in to land I was lined up for Runway 22 but there was a Coast Guard H60 helicopter taking off. I politely advised the tower that I'd not be landing after that. Those choppers fly by beating the air into submission and you don't want to be near them. The tower gave me a left 360 on short final and the video picks up on the second final approach!
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Check out the video of my flight! I'm working on a device to dampen the camera vibration. We'll see how that works in a week.

Mike Dwyer

Q200 Website: http://goo.gl/V8IrJF
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Re: Q200 Performance test.

John Hoxie
 

Good stuff Mike.


On Tue, May 11, 2021 at 12:54 PM, Mike Dwyer
<q200pilot@...> wrote:
Monday May 10th I flew the Q200 up to Crystal River to test the high altitude climb rate. We're thinking of flying out to Denver and the ground there is 6000 feet high. Got to 6,500', baro 30.05, OAT 64F, 15%RH. Slowed to take off speed and then went to full power and when the climb was steady at 100Knots (115 mph) the plane was going up at 850 FPM. Climbed to 7500'. Calculating the density altitude gave me 8800'. This is an excellent performance. Had 10 Gal of fuel, 20 lb of baggage, 1 person aboard.

Coming in to land I was lined up for Runway 22 but there was a Coast Guard H60 helicopter taking off. I politely advised the tower that I'd not be landing after that. Those choppers fly by beating the air into submission and you don't want to be near them. The tower gave me a left 360 on short final and the video picks up on the second final approach!
image.png

image.png

Check out the video of my flight! I'm working on a device to dampen the camera vibration. We'll see how that works in a week.

Mike Dwyer

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


Re: Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with orig inal 4 into 1 configuration

Mike Dwyer
 

15 years later these pipes are still perfect!


On Tue, May 11, 2021 at 2:24 PM Bruce Crain <jcrain2@...> wrote:
Yep and nope!  I did get my pipes built there and nope it is 2 into 1 on both  sides.  They will replicate your pipes to fit.  Great to work with and quick.
Bruce

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Richard Thomson" <richard@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with orig inal 4 into 1 configuration
Date: Tue, 11 May 2021 15:05:47 +0100

Did you get yours done there Bruce, Is it a wrap around the front ?

Rich T

On 11/05/2021 14:50, Bruce Crain wrote:
Kevin,
Take off your old exhaust and send it in to this company.��https://planexhaust.com/
They can build you a stainless exhaust using your old exhaust.� You will get a lot longer service life.
They do wonderful work!
Bruce Crain

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Kevin Sheeley via groups.io" <kjsheely1@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with original 4 into 1 configuration
Date: Mon, 10 May 2021 17:04:48 -0700

Does any have a set of exhaust stacks from the original kit that they would be willing to sell? Mine are starting to have holes in them.

Kevin (Q200, dragger, 480 hours)



Q200 Performance test.

Mike Dwyer
 

Monday May 10th I flew the Q200 up to Crystal River to test the high altitude climb rate. We're thinking of flying out to Denver and the ground there is 6000 feet high. Got to 6,500', baro 30.05, OAT 64F, 15%RH. Slowed to take off speed and then went to full power and when the climb was steady at 100Knots (115 mph) the plane was going up at 850 FPM. Climbed to 7500'. Calculating the density altitude gave me 8800'. This is an excellent performance. Had 10 Gal of fuel, 20 lb of baggage, 1 person aboard.

Coming in to land I was lined up for Runway 22 but there was a Coast Guard H60 helicopter taking off. I politely advised the tower that I'd not be landing after that. Those choppers fly by beating the air into submission and you don't want to be near them. The tower gave me a left 360 on short final and the video picks up on the second final approach!
image.png

image.png

Check out the video of my flight! I'm working on a device to dampen the camera vibration. We'll see how that works in a week.

Mike Dwyer

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


Re: Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with orig inal 4 into 1 configuration

Bruce Crain
 

Yep and nope!  I did get my pipes built there and nope it is 2 into 1 on both  sides.  They will replicate your pipes to fit.  Great to work with and quick.
Bruce


---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Richard Thomson" <richard@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with orig inal 4 into 1 configuration
Date: Tue, 11 May 2021 15:05:47 +0100

Did you get yours done there Bruce, Is it a wrap around the front ?

Rich T

On 11/05/2021 14:50, Bruce Crain wrote:
Kevin,
Take off your old exhaust and send it in to this company.��https://planexhaust.com/
They can build you a stainless exhaust using your old exhaust.� You will get a lot longer service life.
They do wonderful work!
Bruce Crain

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Kevin Sheeley via groups.io" <kjsheely1@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with original 4 into 1 configuration
Date: Mon, 10 May 2021 17:04:48 -0700

Does any have a set of exhaust stacks from the original kit that they would be willing to sell? Mine are starting to have holes in them.

Kevin (Q200, dragger, 480 hours)



FIELD OF DREAMS 2021!!!

Bruce Crain
 

We are on again for Field Of Dreams in Enid, Oklahoma at WDG Woodring Airport!  Whoop whoop! 
 
It all kicks off on September 17 thru 19.  But in the past we have invited all to come a day or 2 early and stayed a day or 2 later as we have had a great time catching up with all of our "old friends" and a bunch of "new friends"! Come early!  Come late!  You are welcome any time!  I'll leave you all to come up with which is old and which is new!  We got Dave Dugas (the g is hard) to play a few songs, on my guitar, over at our house, while we mingled with the "early birds"!!  He is quite talented and played some really cool songs!  Many times the weather brought folks in early and held them over to clear.  We will play with you and show you a great time!  Our guys really shine at quips, jokes, puns etc!  Well  you get the point!  
 
Here is the URL for the event.  Check it out and make your plans to see some of the most beautiful, unusual, fastest, wonderfulest,  gooderest airplanes on the planet !   
 
The web site is sketchy at best for the Western Inn so just use the Phone number.
 
Blessings!
Bruce, Honey Lamb, Imraan and Rachel 
We will be looking for you! 



Re: Brake lines

Jay Scheevel
 

Hi Mike,

 

I used custom lengths, as you will need to also. I had the hoses pre-made with fittings pre-installed from DiscountHydraulicHose.com. The specs for the tubing from them is: “1/4" SAE 100R14A PTFE Hose Assembly”. This is a stainless-braided-sheath PTFE tubing. You can custom design them on their website. They have an website widget that is easy to use. When I was ordering the hose, there were a variety of fittings. I selected “T09-04-04 | ¼” JIC Female Swivel fittings” because they had the shortest swaged sleeve, but was still about ¾” inch long, so plan for that much host to be rigid on each end. They tell you how to measure and do the design. You can choose from straight, 45 and 90 fittings. These fittings are not small, so plan accordingly.

 

The ¼” is the smallest PTFE braided tubing they have, so you will have to buy some male to male 1/8” to ¼” adapters (37 degree/JIC), plus some nuts and collets for the 1/8” tubing. These are available from Spruce, I think. If not, then a hotrod custom site, such as JEGs will have them. I chose this hose because price per hose was so good and the quality very good.

 

Make sure you use a professional quality flare tool to do your flares on the stainless. Best to do most of the flare, turn the tube 90 degrees in the retainer and finish up the flare. This makes it nice and symmetrical and the seal perfect.

 

I suppose there are places you can buy similar 1/8” hoses, but I could not find them, so I went with these good quality ¼” ones. The combination of the 1/8” stainless hard-line and the ¼” flexible works well and will last longer than I will. Good luck.

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Michael
Sent: Monday, May 10, 2021 11:54 PM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] Brake lines

 

Jay, do you have photos or a parts list for how the transition from the SS to PTFE works? Special fittings or ???
--
-MD
#2827 (still thinking about planning on visualizing how to finish building)


Re: Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with orig inal 4 into 1 configuration

Richard Thomson
 

Did you get yours done there Bruce, Is it a wrap around the front ?

Rich T

On 11/05/2021 14:50, Bruce Crain wrote:
Kevin,
Take off your old exhaust and send it in to this company.  https://planexhaust.com/
They can build you a stainless exhaust using your old exhaust.  You will get a lot longer service life.
They do wonderful work!
Bruce Crain

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Kevin Sheeley via groups.io" <kjsheely1@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with original 4 into 1 configuration
Date: Mon, 10 May 2021 17:04:48 -0700

Does any have a set of exhaust stacks from the original kit that they would be willing to sell? Mine are starting to have holes in them.

Kevin (Q200, dragger, 480 hours)


Re: Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with orig inal 4 into 1 configuration

Bruce Crain
 

Kevin,
Take off your old exhaust and send it in to this company.  https://planexhaust.com/
They can build you a stainless exhaust using your old exhaust.  You will get a lot longer service life.
They do wonderful work!
Bruce Crain


---------- Original Message ----------
From: "Kevin Sheeley via groups.io" <kjsheely1@...>
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: [Q-List] Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with original 4 into 1 configuration
Date: Mon, 10 May 2021 17:04:48 -0700

Does any have a set of exhaust stacks from the original kit that they would be willing to sell? Mine are starting to have holes in them.

Kevin (Q200, dragger, 480 hours)




Re: Nathan Peck's Quickie Q-Tour is uploaded to YouTube

David J. Gall
 

Nathan,

 

Your problems with the poor performance you’re getting with your Rotax are almost entirely traceable to your propeller. Your descriptions of your takeoff struggles and limited top speed at reduced throttle (and over-revving) are classic for a two-stroke engine that has a prop with too large diameter and not enough pitch. Mike Arnold went 213 mph on a (barely) 65 hp Rotax; I think you could easily be cruising at 150 mph with decent climb if you’d get a better prop, and I don’t think you need to have a variable pitch prop to get there. You could start by cutting down the diameter of your existing prop and increasing the pitch. The attached spreadsheet indicates that a 48” diameter should be maximum diameter for an airplane full-throttle top speed of 150mph if you’re using a 2.58:1 gear ratio. If you’re using 2:1 the maximum diameter shrinks to just 43 inches. (Assumes maximum engine RPM at 6800 rpm; you’d likely want an even smaller diameter in order to cruise at less than full throttle at 150 mph.)

I’ve attached the Sport Aviation article for reference – I’m not suggesting that you should  build your own prop, but the article explains what the spreadsheet is doing. I’d be happy to work with you on a custom prop design if you want.

 

 

David J. Gall

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Nathan Peck
Sent: Monday, May 10, 2021 11:13 AM
To: main@q-list.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] Nathan Peck's Quickie Q-Tour is uploaded to YouTube

 

Thanks, Jim.  I wish I wouldn’t have sounded so negative toward the Rotax.  The are notable pro and cons to every power plant.  The Rotax is and has been fine, but is t perfect. 

 

On Sun, May 9, 2021 at 10:43 PM Jim Patillo <Logistics_engineering@...> wrote:

Nathan, thank you for the zoom meeting you did. Informative and like Sam said “what a history”. Sorry to hear you’ve had so many problems with the Rotax and Warp Drive. 


Regards,
Jim
N46JP Q200


Re: Brake lines

Michael
 

Jay, do you have photos or a parts list for how the transition from the SS to PTFE works? Special fittings or ???
--
-MD
#2827 (still thinking about planning on visualizing how to finish building)


Re: Looking For Q2 and 200 Projects, Midwest Prefered

Cameron Camp
 

Not in the midwest, but getting ready to put my currently registered Tri-Q200 up for sale, can’t fit a dog in the back seat as best as I can calculate (or luggage) and put it on floats so working on a Glastar project. It’s missing an engine, but everything else is there, ready to paint, assemble and fly (minus prop). You might be able to talk Phil Langford into selling the engine back to you (or not). This has tons of upgrades like Velocity landing gear, sliding canopy, streamlined wheel pants, and my friend who restores classic cars did the body work with Jim Patillo’s cowl inlet patterns. Haven’t thought of a price. Has around 500 hours of flight time before it was dissasembled to clean up the fiberglass finish to a higher degree. Dog not included. It’s in Oregon. The plane. Well, the dog too.

Thanks,
Cameron


On Apr 24, 2021, at 11:53 PM, RK <rodneystewart42@...> wrote:

Title says it all.  Looking in the Midwest region, but willing to travel for the right example.  I found this group combing through Quickheads and found J Finley's YouTube channel and chatted with him a bit.  

I'm glad I finally found this place and am still combing through all of the old threads.  



Re: Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with original 4 into 1 configuration

Shaun Milke
 

I’ve got a full exhaust I’m interested in selling. Are you looking for the full thing or just the riser pipes?

Shaun



From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> on behalf of Kevin Sheeley via groups.io <kjsheely1@...>
Sent: Monday, May 10, 2021 4:04:48 PM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io>
Subject: [Q-List] Wanted - exhaust stacks for the O200A in a Q200 with original 4 into 1 configuration
 
Does any have a set of exhaust stacks from the original kit that they would be willing to sell? Mine are starting to have holes in them.

Kevin (Q200, dragger, 480 hours)

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