Re: KR> stall speed

2017-01-25 Thread Mark Langford via KRnet
Before I get corrected by a bunch of people, IAS stall speed remains the same regardless of altitude. Not sure what I was thinking when I wrote that. Right after I sent that I thought "I wonder why I never thought of that before". It occurred to me when I woke up at 1AM and something was

Re: KR> Archives

2017-01-25 Thread Patrick Driscoll via KRnet
When building my first KR2 back in the 70's, I just loaded my spars and fuse. into my van and drove to the FSDO's office. I walked in and told them I had my parts in my van and would they please come out and check them out and sign them off for me. No problem, I was out of there in about 10

Re: KR> Archives

2017-01-25 Thread bjoenunley via KRnet
》The FSDO in your city will come out for 》free I haven't called our local FSDO myself but I have been told by others that they are one year out from when you schedule them.  Joe Nunley Baker Florida  ___ Search the KRnet Archives at

Re: KR> Archives

2017-01-25 Thread Paul Visk via KRnet
My DAR ,Frank Baldwin from Troy Mo. Doesn't charge anything. Only thing that he requires is that you participate in Young Eagles.  Which I'm already doing.   Paul Visk Belleville Il. 618-406-4705 Original message From: Ronald Wright via KRnet Date:

Re: KR> stall speed

2017-01-25 Thread Robert Russell via KRnet
Thanks Mark - Original Message - From: "Mark Langford via KRnet" To: "KRnet" Cc: "Mark Langford" Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2017 8:18:11 PM Subject: Re: KR> stall speed Bob Russell wrote: > What are realistic stall speeds

Re: KR> stall speed

2017-01-25 Thread Mark Langford via KRnet
Bob Russell wrote: > What are realistic stall speeds with flaps? As Larry said, you'll want to go to altitude and stall it several times to get the "indicated" stall speed, because airspeed indicators are notoriously inaccurate at low speeds...even the fancy new electronic versions that I've

Re: KR> stall speed

2017-01-25 Thread Larry Flesner via KRnet
At 07:05 PM 1/25/2017, you wrote: Great video Larry... I will be flying it off a grass strip. We have 2500 ft and also 3000 ft runways so hoping that will be fine but I will likely use it all. Bob +++ I'd suggest you start

Re: KR> stall speed

2017-01-25 Thread Robert Russell via KRnet
Great video Larry... I will be flying it off a grass strip. We have 2500 ft and also 3000 ft runways so hoping that will be fine but I will likely use it all. Bob - Original Message - From: "Larry Flesner via KRnet" To: "KRnet" Cc: "Larry

Re: KR> stall speed

2017-01-25 Thread Larry Flesner via KRnet
At 05:59 PM 1/25/2017, you wrote: What are realistic stall speeds with flaps? Bob R Too many variables, the biggest is your ASI. Actual speed is probably in the 45 to 55 mph range depending on size of wing on your KR and weight. On the first flight,

Re: KR> Archives

2017-01-25 Thread Larry Flesner via KRnet
At 05:50 PM 1/25/2017, you wrote: Why do you even need a DAR during the build? Â 3 visits, for what? Â The FSDO in your city will come out for free if you can ahead and get on their schedule for a final inspection, which is all that is required (unless the rules have changed)??. RonSt. Louis,

Re: KR> stall speed

2017-01-25 Thread donald january via KRnet
Kinda hard to say Bob. alot to due with airfoil type ,weight of plane at the time of stall, head wind, altitude, and I imagine the list goes on On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 5:59 PM, Robert Russell via KRnet < krnet@list.krnet.org> wrote: > What are realistic stall speeds with flaps? > Bob R > >

KR> stall speed

2017-01-25 Thread Robert Russell via KRnet
What are realistic stall speeds with flaps? Bob R ___ Search the KRnet Archives at http://tugantek.com/archmailv2-kr/search. Please see LIST RULES and KRnet info at http://www.krnet.org/info.html. see

Re: KR> Archives

2017-01-25 Thread Jeff Scott via KRnet
  Ron, That's the way it's supposed to work... in theory. The reality is that many FSDOs simply don't have the manpower to do amateur built inspections. I have seen guys get held up for a year waiting on FSDO to do an inspection because they wouldn't cough up the $500+ travel expenses to

Re: KR> Archives

2017-01-25 Thread Ronald Wright via KRnet
Why do you even need a DAR during the build?  3 visits, for what?  The FSDO in your city will come out for free if you can ahead and get on their schedule for a final inspection, which is all that is required (unless the rules have changed)??. RonSt. Louis, MO From: bjoenunley via KRnet

Re: KR> Archives

2017-01-25 Thread bjoenunley via KRnet
》DAR.  He charges $500 per 》inspection visit and usually takes 3 visits. Our local DAR charges $600 and will only visit once.(although he is a friend so he has visited early in the process for free) 》To my surprise the 》inspector was a helicopter pilot Those helicopter pilots can be pretty good

Re: KR> Archives

2017-01-25 Thread Sid Wood via KRnet
Our EAA Chapter has a member who is also a DAR. He charges $500 per inspection visit and usually takes 3 visits. Sid Wood Tri-gear KR-2 N6242 Mechanicsville, MD, USA --- When I finished my KR I called the FAA for an

Re: KR> Flight Training

2017-01-25 Thread Sid Wood via KRnet
Before my first flight our EAA Chapter Flight Adviser said to get lots of recent time in a number of different aircraft. So he got flights for me in a Cherokee with 180 hp engine, Yankee, RV-8, Citabria and 6 hours in a Pulsar XP. The closest KR available to me was 300 miles away. His

Re: KR> Ohio Kr guys

2017-01-25 Thread Jim Chuk via KRnet
Some one was asking about some exhaust pipes a few days ago. There is a 4 into 1 set that just got posted on barnstormers. Jim Chuk *REVMASTER R2300 EXHAUST* • *AVAILABLE FOR SALE* • Revmaster R2300 4-into-1 exhaust

KR> Ohio Kr guys

2017-01-25 Thread Robert Russell via KRnet
Hi; Any KR2 owners builders in Marion Ohio area? Bob R Winnipeg Canada ___ Search the KRnet Archives at http://tugantek.com/archmailv2-kr/search. Please see LIST RULES and KRnet info at http://www.krnet.org/info.html. see

Re: KR> Harness (2) for Slick 4316 magneto

2017-01-25 Thread Chris Kinnaman via KRnet
Bought them. Thanks for the heads-up, Mike. Chris On 1/25/2017 10:20 AM, Mike Stirewalt via KRnet wrote: There's a heck of a deal available on eBay just now. Two harness sets for the 4316 magneto, brand new, for $174. These are the original gray woven insulated outer sleeve made by

KR> Harness (2) for Slick 4316 magneto

2017-01-25 Thread Mike Stirewalt via KRnet
There's a heck of a deal available on eBay just now. Two harness sets for the 4316 magneto, brand new, for $174. These are the original gray woven insulated outer sleeve made by Slick/Champion/Unison. Fits 5/8's plugs. I made an offer of $150 and free shipping . . . was hoping to steal them

Re: KR> Flight Training

2017-01-25 Thread Randall Smith via KRnet
The KR flies like anything else. I had people tell me all sorts of things when I first got mine flying and I had 10 hours tailwheel time had no problem at all. RV 4 will be just like a KR. Sent from my iPhone > On Jan 25, 2017, at 12:12 AM, Dan via KRnet wrote: > > Hi,

Re: KR> Attachment hinge to firewall

2017-01-25 Thread Larry Flesner via KRnet
At 07:35 AM 1/25/2017, you wrote: I used screws to the firewall, not bolts though the firewall. +++ The photo in my first post shows a single AN-3 bolt holding the attach bracket to the firewall with screws to check any rotation of the bracket. I

Re: KR> Attachment hinge to firewall

2017-01-25 Thread Larry Flesner via KRnet
At 09:46 PM 1/24/2017, you wrote: I want to install the lower engine cowling with a hinge to the firewall. I want to do this with small AN bolts thru the firewall. My problem is...you need very wide hinges not to damage the frame frome the Side wall from the fuselage by instelling the bolts.

Re: KR> Attachment hinge to firewall

2017-01-25 Thread Robert7721 via KRnet
Stef, I used screws to the firewall, not bolts though the firewall. I did not hinge it, just attached it per plans with the recommended spacing. I see no reason that screws would not be sufficient. Rob Schmitt N1852Z -Original Message- From: Stef den Boer via KRnet