Hi Ralph. the info you gave on the Jabiru 2200 was of great intrest to me. especially the part about the SB on the faulty cylinder base nuts. My serial # is 0609 so I think I may have that problem. I dont know yet cause I have not fired up the motor. hopefully this fall. I hope to attend an installation and Maint. workshop in Arizona. I will ask about this. I bought the motor used with 367 hrs. the logs were poor to say the least. Which prop do you think is good for the 2200. I am a first time builder and I have many concerns. Thanks Jerry Griego In Socorro New Mexico
Very nice - I can see the nose nigh attitude now... our lowest point is at the firewall, and we dropped the gascolator out under to improve cooling and reduce vapour lock issues... (you can see on our pics)...
Love the wooden prop, colour scheme and the Scottish door liners...!!
I appreciate your very extensive review of how you put your hangar together. I will began a study to see if I can do something of the same type here. Being able to move it is most important as I don't want to go through the county to secure approval nor do I want another permanent building on my property. I'm too close to age-limited flying to want anything permanent.
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