Picture shows the fuel line routing on the pilot side. It is not an easy routing because of the other tubes on the left side. Nevertheless it all fits well. I am missing some fitting, so the fuel valve above is not yet installed.Continue Reading... No Comments.
To check the design of the cowling I used cardboard to build a mockup. Cardboard will be replaced by aluminum later.Continue Reading... No Comments.
We decided to install the Thorp T-18 nose bowl (MC-7 from Aircraft Spruce). Its just a matter of design and this one looked best for us. The cowling itself will be fabricated from aluminum. I will adapt the design of other Murphy builders with the “4-door cowling”. The nose is rather big for the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Transponder Antenna is installed on the bottom of the fuselage. I installed a doubler inside.Continue Reading... No Comments.
There it is, our propeller. I decided to go for a 3 blade ground adjustable propeller. It has a size of 1,82 m and should be good for our Rotax. It is made from Carbonfiber and looks really good. Manufacturer is GA-Prop, a finnish-ukranian company.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Propeller and prop spacer arrived today. Another important part of the plane. Since we want to use the MC-7 cowl from Aircraft Spruce we need a spacer for the propeller. This spacer puts the propeller 75mm in front of the engine. Not yet finalled fixed in this picture.Continue Reading... No Comments.