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After a nice breakfast you wander down to your cub, ready to jump over to the lake with the 28" rainbows for a day of fishing, only to find your battery dead... I have also thought this scenario and questioned....for it...... Any thoughts about handling trim with a dead batt?? P-Mags have heat-sensitive circuit boards and MUST MUST MUST be cooled, per the manual, with blast tubes directed at the cooling fins from the high pressure side of the cowling.They functioned properly once blast tubes were installed.That would significantly reduce the effectiveness of this mod. Keeps the wing attach area from caving in during a crash causing head injuries. By welding in the X the beam is now only about 18" now so we might be able to reduce the tubing size, or thickness, or both to save weight. It sounds like you are going in the right direction. You really didn't mention too much about the wings. I have a few questions that may not have been mentioned in your post. I really like the concept of a super light plane with an ample amount of power. Carbon Fiber: Will you be using any carbon fiber in the Cub? Prop: Those Catto props are really light and pull great. If you do so, be sure to match the tail to avoid trim complications. This should help with the neck pinch and chaffing of the typical V shaped shoulder harness. the one I measured like that, in level flight was 1.0 deg trailing edge of wing down, firewall 90 deg.... They are pretty heavily but from what I have heard.Much better to weld the tubes together at the X even though it would require a small (1/2") interconnecting brace of some type. Also makes it easy to put in the cross tube for the shoulder harness.14. Are you planning on stock length flaps, inboard to the frame, extended cord, etc? From the sounds of it, it seems like you will be building up a cub to be as light and as durable as possible. I have heard of 320's being "massaged" up to 200 hp... Leading edge, bows, cowling, tank covers, floorboards, etc. Also spin up quite well and cruise faster than Borer equivalent. The big list you mentioned above has some FANTASTIC changes and ideas in it! We also set up a lip around the lower door opening such that the interior panels will tuck under this lip for a cleaner and more durable door area. just kinda neat to see how they were REALLY built, depending on which piper jig, not what the blueprint says..... My electric trim motor is a Nissan power window motor, it is pretty compact and I would imagine the complete weight is about the same as the manual system but the nice thing is the weight is in the back.The BLR system and the Micro VG's seem to be about equal in effectiveness with the edge going to the Micros. I think some of the reinforcement tubes may be overkill in terms of size and thickness so I will work with Jay to see if we can go smaller and still retain the strength. Reinforce/brace outside rib of Horiz stabs to keep the fabric from warping it. Make the front seat back folding and set the angle at 80 degrees Vs the factory 90 degree seat. Makes the seat much more comfortable but you have to be more careful with rear stick interference. Control lock brackets welded to front seat, and on front stick base. Still has the part number in crayon or grease pencil on the front tubes with paper wrapped around the front "V" brace and window and windshield trim strips. It is primed in some yellow primer with a grayish green over everything except what is papered. I do remember the folding seat mod adds something like 2 lbs. Some people on the VAN's board have an underdash 9v pad that they can plug into for just this situation.The downside to the BLR system is that big metal fins on the side of the fuselage. Also move it 1/2" closer to fuselage to gap seal this area. Extend the arm on the bottom of the stick by 1" where the aileron cables attach. (This is the "V" shaped lock that hooks into a bushing on the front stick) 28. Unfortunately had to cut into a rear longeron from someone mishandling it and a lot of linseed oil ran out. Once they are spinning 1200 RPM, they dont need any outside current source. Non electric mags are important, and P-mag handles this by the 9-volt transistor battery trick until the engine is running and the P-magnetos and alternator can boot-strap themselves (I had a very-dead battery at Valdez last spring.....photographer wanted a picture of the instrument panel and I walked away with the master left on afterward........9-volt battery allowed me to excite the alternator field and I was charging fine with this trick once I had the engine hand-propped and running.

From that base I will be asking Jay to make the following modifications....

Bob My P-mag install manual said that blast tubes were mandatory...now have 900 hrs on them and haven't given me any trouble.

I am assuming you added the blast tubes AFTER the P-mag failure.

Lift rings for floats - these can be welded in or they could be left out and the brackets bolted to the spars as necessary. The spar brackets would only be added if someone went to floats so perhaps a few ounces lighter for someone who is not planning on floats but that then requires cutting into the wing fairing and they are not easy to take on and off so they tend to be left on year round. The plate which is mounted under the extended baggage floor on which the bulkhead "T" fittings attach for the fuel line drain points, was installed upside down against the fabric. I will have to look at the stabs again to confirm the set up. The torque tube extension just gives more aileron travel with less stick travel and helps with the knee issue. I had 6 inches or so cut out so nothing can get caught between it and the bottom of the torque tube/cable attach.

With the weld in ones the holes in the skylight can be plugged easily and the eyebolts are easy to remove or install when going to or from floats.10. Extending the arm on the bottom of the stick will move the cable further. It was impossible to install the "T" fittings and connect the fuel lines without an extension "Rube Goldberg" being added between the plate and the "T". Folks I have had several long and very informative visits with Bob. It will be fun to see what his next build up looks like as well. Yes I am looking into a CF wingtip bow with the light mount molded in to save time, weight, and as you say tomfoolery. Built a square out of the stringer material and turned that into an inspection plate.

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