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Re: update

Rick Hole
 

Great job, Chris!  From here in Honduras where there is almost no GA, it is fun to connect with fellow aviators.

 

Rick Hole_._,_


Re: Saturday's Q-Tour featuring Terry Crouch September 11. 0900

Jerry Marstall
 

Sorry will have to watch on YouTube.  Relatives in town. Jerry 


On Sun, Sep 5, 2021, 2:41 PM Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...> wrote:
We have been waiting for this one for a long time!  Terry shows us his more than beautiful single place Quickie. Did you know that Terry won the EAA's Grand Reserve Champion in 1995? Tune in and see how he did it!

Saturday, September 11, 0900 Central Time USA

To join the Q-tour, click on the link below. You will not be admitted until 09:00, September 11.

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/79857260872?pwd=cGYrQlhYRDVjenVMdlN3YXRQaWJ0Zz09

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Re: Vance 80 year event/dance

Bruce Crain
 

Joanne and I just picked up tickets at Stride for $35.  Online is $45.  Call 580- 616-7380- stride direct line.  They will either e mail them or hold them at the door the night of.
Business casual or Period 40's
If you wait until the night of the event they most likely will be “sold out”.
Bruce and Honey Lamb




Re: "Field Of Dreams" 2021 Pilot and Camping information.

Jay Scheevel
 

Sumpin’ ain’t rite up thar, Jon!   The Doctor will see you in Enid 😊

 

Cheers,

Jay

 

From: main@Q-List.groups.io <main@Q-List.groups.io> On Behalf Of Jon Finley
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2021 3:40 PM
To: main@Q-List.groups.io
Subject: Re: [Q-List] "Field Of Dreams" 2021 Pilot and Camping information.

 

My bags are packed, I'm ready to go.
I'm standin' here outside your door...

Oh... wait... no I'm not, yet!  Soon though!  Can't wait to see everyone!



Jon Finley
Somewhere in the Southwest flying an RV-4


Re: "Field Of Dreams" 2021 Pilot and Camping information.

Bruce Crain
 

I love your attitude!  Upside down!  Should we alert the Tower to watch out for you?!
Bruce


On Sep 7, 2021, at 4:39 PM, Jon Finley <jd@...> wrote:

My bags are packed, I'm ready to go.
I'm standin' here outside your door...

Oh... wait... no I'm not, yet!  Soon though!  Can't wait to see everyone!

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Jon Finley
Somewhere in the Southwest flying an RV-4



Re: "Field Of Dreams" 2021 Pilot and Camping information.

Jon Finley
 

My bags are packed, I'm ready to go.
I'm standin' here outside your door...

Oh... wait... no I'm not, yet!  Soon though!  Can't wait to see everyone!



Jon Finley
Somewhere in the Southwest flying an RV-4


"Field Of Dreams" 2021 Pilot and Camping information.

Bruce Crain
 

Hello to all!  Just a couple of quick notes for Field Of Dreams!
 
Pilots-  If you are landing to the north on runway 35 be aware of the old runway joining the new runway at the south end of the field.  There is a bump where they  transition.
You have plenty of runway with the old part.  I have been flying out of here for years and the runway has always been to long.  Which is why it works very well for 1st flights especially in a Quickie.  It is obvious where the new runway butts up against the old runway.  Just fly past the new one and land on the old one.  You will be glad you did especially in a Quickie.
 
When you land the tower will know where to taxi you.  We are in the new joint use hanger just like the last several years.  Don't be afraid to ask for progressive taxi if you need it.  Friday meal is at the Terminal with "Barnstormers Cafe" Cooking up some great food.  It is easier to eat there and I can watch for incoming aircraft while the rest of you eat.  It is just a  suggestion so no pressure.  It does make it easy and the cafe is a wonderful placed to sit with friends and enjoy the great food!
 
Campers-  If you are camping, Keston and I worked it out so you can camp beside my hanger on the south east part of WDG.  You are welcome to use the Terminal over night for restrooms and shower facilities.  Get with me when you get here and we will iron out all of the details.  The airport area is super secure so no worries there.
 
The highs for temps are low 90's and the lows look to be in the mid 60's.  The rain forecast is minimal for the event and the worst is 24% for Friday. The rest of the days look to only be around 10%.  Honey Lamb and I have been praying  for a long time for this event and I hope it holds for us!
 
Can't wait to see everyone!  We will be the one's smiling at you when you walk up!
 
Blessing!  And safe flying and driving!
Bruce, Honey Lamb, Imrann and Rachel
 
 



Re: Flight Report N96BJ

Richard Thomson
 

Thanks Bruce

I have some of those tapes somewhere I will give them a try

Rich T.

On 07/09/2021 14:34, Bruce Crain wrote:
I thought no my oil temps are around 160 but I replaced my capillary temp gauge and the current one only show a trend much like a 150 Cessna gauge. The needle started showing a hotter temp so I used the trend of oil temp and mag check and decided to change things until they worked as I like.
I take the temps from the back of the oil screen where the capillary bulb screws into it.
No filter. I change the oil every 25 hours. I do have an oil cooler.
Yeah the cowl is going to be warm after 19 minutes especially due to summer temps.
For the go cart racing etc there is a tape on temp strip that will show you what the highest temp reached. Might be good for trouble shooting. And checking your oil gauge.
Bruce
On Sep 7, 2021, at 7:33 AM, Richard Thomson <richard@...> wrote:

On 05/09/2021 02:09, Bruce Crain wrote:
Doh! I forgot to mention the oil temp is once again back to normal!
Bruce
Yes Bruce .......which is what for yours please, and where do you take your oil temp from ? Rear plate ? Do you have the Spin on filter mod, does it have cooling fins or a separate cooler,

Stupid question = Is your cowling too hot to touch after you have been taxiing for 10 minutes ?

Thanks

Rich T.








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Re: Flight Report N96BJ

Bruce Crain
 

I thought no my oil temps are around 160 but I replaced my capillary temp gauge and the current one only show a trend much like a 150 Cessna gauge. The needle started showing a hotter temp so I used the trend of oil temp and mag check and decided to change things until they worked as I like.
I take the temps from the back of the oil screen where the capillary bulb screws into it.
No filter. I change the oil every 25 hours. I do have an oil cooler.
Yeah the cowl is going to be warm after 19 minutes especially due to summer temps.
For the go cart racing etc there is a tape on temp strip that will show you what the highest temp reached. Might be good for trouble shooting. And checking your oil gauge.
Bruce
On Sep 7, 2021, at 7:33 AM, Richard Thomson <richard@...> wrote:

On 05/09/2021 02:09, Bruce Crain wrote:
Doh! I forgot to mention the oil temp is once again back to normal!
Bruce
Yes Bruce .......which is what for yours please, and where do you take your oil temp from ? Rear plate ? Do you have the Spin on filter mod, does it have cooling fins or a separate cooler,

Stupid question = Is your cowling too hot to touch after you have been taxiing for 10 minutes ?

Thanks

Rich T.








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Re: Flight Report N96BJ

Richard Thomson
 

On 05/09/2021 02:09, Bruce Crain wrote:
Doh!  I forgot to mention the oil temp is once again back to normal!
Bruce
Yes Bruce .......which is what for yours please, and where do you take your oil temp from ? Rear plate ? Do you have the Spin on filter mod, does it have cooling fins or a separate cooler,

Stupid question = Is your cowling too hot to touch after you have been taxiing for 10 minutes ?

Thanks

Rich T.


Re: update

Bruce Crain
 

Doh!  I did see this Zoom!  I just turned 67 this year!  That’s my only excuse!
Beautiful plane Chris!  Look forward to hearing about test flights and cross country trips!
Bruce


On Sep 6, 2021, at 8:51 PM, Anthony P <solarant@...> wrote:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhARVpPf9QA



Re: update

Anthony P
 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhARVpPf9QA


Re: update

Bruce Crain
 

Whoa Mate!  She’s a beaut!!!  Sammy maybe Chris would do a Zoom meeting with his Q sometime.  Unless he already had and I missed.  2 Zooms are better than 1 I hear!
Bruce


On Sep 6, 2021, at 6:48 PM, Mike Dwyer <q200pilot@...> wrote:


Yes, A Q200 with wheel chocks will tend to lift the tail at high power.  Without chocks, the plane with locked wheels, will bounce up and down and drag the wheels down the taxiway.
Mike Dwyer Q200

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


On Mon, Sep 6, 2021 at 5:37 PM Chris Walterson <dkeats@...> wrote:
  I have my final inspection coming next Sunday. Yahoo.----  While doing
some of the tuning, I notice that my tail will rise during a full power
run with the wheels chalked. I have 14 lbs on the tail weight and my
angle of incidence for the fuselage is about 7.5 degree angle of attack.

  Full header , half main, and me.

  It's no big deal I just have to tie the tail DOWN.  Is this a common
senario?

  Including a view from my hanger.----------  Take care-------------  Chris



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Re: update

Mike Dwyer
 

Yes, A Q200 with wheel chocks will tend to lift the tail at high power.  Without chocks, the plane with locked wheels, will bounce up and down and drag the wheels down the taxiway.
Mike Dwyer Q200

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


On Mon, Sep 6, 2021 at 5:37 PM Chris Walterson <dkeats@...> wrote:
  I have my final inspection coming next Sunday. Yahoo.----  While doing
some of the tuning, I notice that my tail will rise during a full power
run with the wheels chalked. I have 14 lbs on the tail weight and my
angle of incidence for the fuselage is about 7.5 degree angle of attack.

  Full header , half main, and me.

  It's no big deal I just have to tie the tail DOWN.  Is this a common
senario?

  Including a view from my hanger.----------  Take care-------------  Chris



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Re: update

Chris Walterson
 

I have my final inspection coming next Sunday. Yahoo.----  While doing some of the tuning, I notice that my tail will rise during a full power run with the wheels chalked. I have 14 lbs on the tail weight and my angle of incidence for the fuselage is about 7.5 degree angle of attack.

 Full header , half main, and me.

 It's no big deal I just have to tie the tail DOWN.  Is this a common senario?

 Including a view from my hanger.----------  Take care-------------  Chris



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Re: update

Chris Walterson
 

Bill----------  Look at the top of the email, it is dkeats@....

 She's my wife and the smart one.  Take care----------  Chris


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Re: update

Bill Higdon
 

Chris, I can't find your email, mine is willard 5 6 1 @ a0l


Re: Brief flight report

 

Jay, 
You’re not to far from me for sure. Bob built a nice plane.  He also helped me out a bunch over the last covid year.  I’ve learned a lot but can always learn more 
Hope to see you there in Enid 

Mike N. N200QK 


On Sep 5, 2021, at 4:36 PM, Jay Scheevel <jay@...> wrote:

Thanks for the report Mike. Sometime if you want to find your way up to Grand Junction, come on over. Sounds like you have your ride tuned up and ready to go to Enid. It will be good to see you there. I know the original builder (Bob Farnum) of your plane quite well and I am sure he is happy to have it flying with a grateful and capable new owner/pilot. 

Cheers,
Jay


On Sep 5, 2021, at 11:18 AM, Mike via groups.io <n7000t@...> wrote:


Bruce a Jay,
Good news and good pictures from you both!
I had a little shake down flight from KBVU to KFLY with a stop at KFMN   I took the southern route through Lavita pass.  2 hrs 20 minutes to the first stop. ( true 155 knots) ground speed 160 ish. Second leg was 1:45 to KFLY.  Return trip was almost the same speeds because of not much winds aloft. Jays density altitude table is very close. My take off role with a slight up hill grade with a 7 knot head wind was 2500.  Airport elevation is 6800 and density altitude at takeoff was 8700. I climbed around 5 to 600 feet a minute.   Once I shoe horn myself in the airplane is very comfortable to sit in. Was a good trip and looking forward to Enid!
Flights are on FlightAware if you want to check it out 
Mike. N.    N200QK 


On Sep 4, 2021, at 3:52 PM, Bruce Crain <jcrain2@...> wrote:

That’s awesome Jay!  Must have been just hanging on the prop to form along side the Stearman!
Yep!  Looking forward to Field Of Dreams!
The weather is looking good so bring it on!!
Bruce


On Sep 4, 2021, at 4:46 PM, Jay Scheevel <jay@...> wrote:



Went up this morning for an early fall flight. The weather was beautiful and air was smooth. It happened that my good friend, Randy Miller was hopping a ride in his Stearman for another friend of my family, who at 68 took her first flight of any kind.  I really just had to come up along side to say “hi”.  The smoke is a nice way to track yourself into formation. Hope to see you all in Enid!

 

Cheers,

Jay Scheevel. Tri-Q2 N8WQ, 177 hours.

 

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Re: FOD - Flymarket ????

Bruce Crain
 

No fly market but you’re welcome to bring your stuff to see if anyone needs something.
Bruce


On Sep 5, 2021, at 2:53 PM, Steve Rothert via groups.io <SWROTHERT@...> wrote:

Is there a FLYMARKET at FOD, this year??   I got some stuff to sell and would like to know whether to bring it with me or not.

Thanks,
Steve



Re: Brief flight report

Jay Scheevel
 

Thanks for the report Mike. Sometime if you want to find your way up to Grand Junction, come on over. Sounds like you have your ride tuned up and ready to go to Enid. It will be good to see you there. I know the original builder (Bob Farnum) of your plane quite well and I am sure he is happy to have it flying with a grateful and capable new owner/pilot. 

Cheers,
Jay


On Sep 5, 2021, at 11:18 AM, Mike via groups.io <n7000t@...> wrote:


Bruce a Jay,
Good news and good pictures from you both!
I had a little shake down flight from KBVU to KFLY with a stop at KFMN   I took the southern route through Lavita pass.  2 hrs 20 minutes to the first stop. ( true 155 knots) ground speed 160 ish. Second leg was 1:45 to KFLY.  Return trip was almost the same speeds because of not much winds aloft. Jays density altitude table is very close. My take off role with a slight up hill grade with a 7 knot head wind was 2500.  Airport elevation is 6800 and density altitude at takeoff was 8700. I climbed around 5 to 600 feet a minute.   Once I shoe horn myself in the airplane is very comfortable to sit in. Was a good trip and looking forward to Enid!
Flights are on FlightAware if you want to check it out 
Mike. N.    N200QK 


On Sep 4, 2021, at 3:52 PM, Bruce Crain <jcrain2@...> wrote:

That’s awesome Jay!  Must have been just hanging on the prop to form along side the Stearman!
Yep!  Looking forward to Field Of Dreams!
The weather is looking good so bring it on!!
Bruce


On Sep 4, 2021, at 4:46 PM, Jay Scheevel <jay@...> wrote:



Went up this morning for an early fall flight. The weather was beautiful and air was smooth. It happened that my good friend, Randy Miller was hopping a ride in his Stearman for another friend of my family, who at 68 took her first flight of any kind.  I really just had to come up along side to say “hi”.  The smoke is a nice way to track yourself into formation. Hope to see you all in Enid!

 

Cheers,

Jay Scheevel. Tri-Q2 N8WQ, 177 hours.

 

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