So, between the EAA chapter meeting on Tuesday evening and three days in Oregon for the transition training I only had a few days to work on the airplane. What you see below is what you get for the week!
|This may be the most flown RV ever built, and it still flies like an amazing RV! If I remember correctly Mike said this airplane has about 6000 hours on it...6 of them mine.
|This is Mike Seager the RV transition trainer that I trained with. In the background you can see the RV7 that he uses to train tail-dragger pilots.
|Here is the plenum as it sits Sunday evening. Its mostly back together and the fiberglass has set up. Now I need to apply some micro and sand it all down.
|I took this picture with the lower cowling on so that I can see what work is required to make the induction system fit in the cowl. As you can see from this picture there is very little room available.