In addition, Vans support staff is currently working at the EAA Airventure show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin so replies to support requests related to this optional notification will be delayed. Section 36 is titled "Aileron and Elevator Systems". To be honest, I wasn't sure I would like the design, but it wasn't as far out in left field as I thought.
I had previously changed the landing light bulb for a "higher intensity" one, but couldn't tell the difference when landing at night. The following are pictures are from my son and student pilot (read Guy in back) -Buddy. Found the rudder counterweight fasteners loose and hanging low enough to snag the vert. Yesterday found a flap switch failed on the "UP" side. I had considered the skins - however if i screw up a skin then the cost to send a new one to Australia would be astronomical. Plus the thickness of the wedge seems to work really well with the brass tube tool i made to align the drill.
I'm planning on quarter turn fasteners on the sides but don't think that matters. First I looked to buy a 6A, then a 7A and then a 6A again.
I had Vic helping me, and I highly recommend Vic Syracuse.
" Apparently, there is a missing step in the RV-12i S instructions. Well I know better than to say my plane is finished with out adding a ? The three of us would not be as successful as we are if it werent for you.
You have to countersink or enlarge the holes on the three plastic "holders" for the fuel lines through the main channel. Pulling those lines out to be able to get the plastic doohickeys off the large "studs" is going to make my day. Even if I do that, however, that looks like a REAAAALLLLLLY small clearance between the filter bypass line and the flaperon mixture arm. We wanted to let you all know how much we appreciate each and every one of you. We consider ourselves specialists in this field because we insure around 2000 RVs and this is the majority of what we handle day after day.