Fuel Lever

Here’s picture of my new fuel lever. I found it offered on VAF last month and decided it was a quick upgrade without re-plumbing for an Andair valve. It’s interesting that after flying with this new valve a bit, it’s actually much easier to turn the lever as the new handle has some material on

Land of Enchantment

This was my first trip to the Land of Enchantment flyin at Santa Teresa NM! I flew the trip with Jim Triggs in his new RV7. We also traveled with Earl & Linda Lee Gruer and their new RV9A. What a great trip we had flying 2950 NM over the 7 day trip. Here’s the

Reno 2006 Air Races

This year my son Drew and I flew with a group from our local EAA chapter to the Reno Air Races. We had a great time flying with the group of 2 Cessna 182’s and a Mooney. With a nice cold front passing through just before we left it made for some nice weather avoidance

Brake upgrades

As the years go by, I’m always looking for small upgrades to make the plane safer. If you do a bit of research on the internet forums you can find much information about brake problems and even some brake fires. Of course there are also thousands of planes that have had no problems at all.

Van’s Homecoming 2006

This year’s Vans Homecoming was well attended. I flew down to Aurora OR on Saturday to meet up with friends and browse the new planes. Things that stood out this year is that there were quite a few RV9A’s in attendance and the RV10’s are starting to roll in. WOW the 10’s that are being