My build while slow is continuing. I have moved the fuselage and related subassemblies to the airport. I hope to fly in September. The location of the timing gage is in a difficult location to see. Would it be acceptable to create a new gage on the side of the alternator mounting bracket? I would then place a timing mark with paint. This is with the #1 cylinder at TDC.
The pic is of wife Edi and myself; we were part of the One Week Wonder at Oshkosh.
The STOL 750 is intended as a next project (plans built) as we work on our side by side Pietenpol. A rudder workshop will be the first step in the 750 project as the two aircraft-apart from size-are very different as build projects.
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