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Kevin... I made three identical (except for direction of the flanges) ribs for the Beanie... one in the center was supported by the diagonal crossbar, the forward crossbar and the rear fuselage roof. It was relatively easy and the Lexan formed smoothly over the top. I then trimmed the main wing root covers with a rubber edge trim to meet the Beanie. I've posted pictures here on this site. BTW, I also made a vent tower that has since been removed as I found it was not needed.
Hello. I'd really appreciate that drawing. CH will sell me a mount, but not a print.. I'm trying to get that figured out along with the 750 wing skin splice for the inner and outer skins, to decide if I want to go one-piece. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks, Corey
hey kevin im not shure if you got the other email the engine is from aero max the ww group i could not get intouch with them when i needed so it worked out better with aeromax they also have designed a stator charge system no belt and puts out plenty of power very light
the engine was test run for 2 hours they also made the motor mount they have the template so if its something your interested the cowl will be available as soon as i make a mold and test it and make shure the numbers are in the green, as of now after running 30 minutes the cht 250-300 oil temp 180-195 so after test flying checks out we willmake it available plus the cooling system is cooling plenums also we will have to test also if not convert back to old set up its been tested and flying with other planes working great but 701 flying slow we have to test be well joe
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