N916WP Project Videos

Below are all the videos I’ve taken so far on this project.  Enjoy!

Landing Brake Test #1:

 

Landing Brake Test #2:

 

Modified Headrest:

 

Elevators Attached to Canard & In Action:

 

Fuselage Dolly in Action:

 

Nose Gear Actuator Test:

 

Installed Nose Gear & Actuator Test:

 

Quick Test of Landing Light Wig Wag:

 

Build Overview & First Nose Lift:

 

Water Level System – General Overview:

 

Taxi Light Assembly Actuator Test:

 

AG6 #2 Warning Annunciator Update:

 

New Nose Gear System Wiring Test:

 

Testing Gear Up & Gear Down Transit LED Indicator with new Nose Gear System:

 

Landing Brake Operational Test using Throttle-mounted Switch:

 

Vance Atkinson Pitch Trim System Install Update:

 

Vance Atkinson Pitch Trim System Install Configuration:

 

Nose mounted Tool Box Operational Test & Display:

 

GIB Thigh Support Fuel Sump Overview & Marble Water Flow Test:

 

Oil Heat System – Heat Exchanger & Heat Restrictor Valve Overview:

 

GIB Thigh Support Fuel Sump – Low Fuel Level Sensor Function Test:

 

Oil Heat System – System Overview & GIB Area Update:

 

Parking Brake – Testing Matco Parking Brake Valve Control Cable Function:

 

Forward Fuel System, Pilot Seat Area Components and Heating Ducts Update:

 

Instrument Panel – Overview:

 

Instrument Panel – Overview #2:

 

Instrument Panel – Overview #3:

 

Aircraft Electrical Wiring Tips (for Dave Berenholtz):

 

Mini-X Engine Info & Panel On/Off Indicators Dimmer/Push-to-Test Overview:

 

GIB Cabin Lighting/Map Light Circuit Function Test:

 

Engine Dehydrator/Dehumidifier System Overview:

 

Engine Mount Extrusions, Engine Mount and Hell Hole Overview:

 

Fuselage Dolly Conversion to Tool Bench and new Mini-Lathe Overview:

 

Canopy & Nose Builds Overview (+ Fuselage Move to NC):

Recent Posts

Project Update

Hi Guys,

I hate to say it, but I think my house-prepping efforts will be delayed even a bit more.  

Concurrent to my moving the last of the major project build pieces (engine, canard, panel mockup and glass cabinet) down to NC, I also helped my friends move to a new house that they bought just down the street from their current house.

During the move a 3-legged sewing table got away from me and during my attempt to prevent it from careening into the wall, I wrenched my back out badly. So I’m currently about as mobile as a man with a lot more years under his belt than I have now…. a lot slower and with deliberation.

I’m not sure what the recovery time will be, or if any repairs needed! But I do believe it will impact/delay my house prepping endeavors.  I will still push to do what I can and hire out what I can to finish up the house to get it on the market.  

In addition, I will seriously assess getting a workshop or hangar down in NC to allow me to work on the build, as I essentially have over 90% of my stuff down in NC now.  The short of it is I’ll be looking to spend more time in NC as my DC area house is on the market.

Cheers

 

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