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    Dakota Cub has wings with slots for certified...

    Dakota Cub has wings with slots for certified aircraft, so far no certified slats. Both will hurt top end airspeed. Stewart, when you get the Wildcat back up it would be nice to do top speed with...
  2. The 4 place is an old STC, Ron Sullivian if I...

    The 4 place is an old STC, Ron Sullivian if I remember right they just make the frame. The 3 seat is a newer project STC's take a lot of time and money.
    DENNY
  3. Here is a link to a 0320 manual, you should find...

    Here is a link to a 0320 manual, you should find a chart that fits you engine. Looks to me that you should be burning at least 14 GPH at 2700...
  4. On another note, Props make a huge difference on...

    On another note, Props make a huge difference on CHT'S. Change the pitch on a Borer 3 degrees and you can see a 20 degree CHT temp change.
    DENNY
  5. Lycoming has fuel burn charts out, I found them...

    Lycoming has fuel burn charts out, I found them when working on my plane, If I remember correctly 2700 RPM was over 14 GPH, I will try to find a link when I get a chance. I mentioned earlier that...
  6. Fat-body is a relative term I tell my wife it is...

    Fat-body is a relative term I tell my wife it is just winter emergency gear. Three types of fat cubs out now. 4 in wide body (that should be 4 inches wider). Airframes experimental 3 place (same as...
  7. Thread: PA18 engine

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    Are you asking about a wide vs narrow deck...

    Are you asking about a wide vs narrow deck engine? If so I believe a 1956 0320 150 hp would be a narrow deck. The big question is that the motor that came with the plane? Someone may have changed...
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    I have a good flying cub that is not does not...

    I have a good flying cub that is not does not look that good from even from 30 ft, every time I ask my IA should we paint the wings he says a pilot of your skills should wait a year or two and the...
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    Seems to me I saw a metal flap or aileron in the...

    Seems to me I saw a metal flap or aileron in the back of Stoddards. It would be worth a call. If you have some Morebetterdisease as you fix the plane AOSS gear is one of the best bang for the buck...
  10. You lucky dog!!! Both are bad. The strainer leak...

    You lucky dog!!! Both are bad. The strainer leak covered up the valve leak until the end of the year! Just suck it up and fix both. Cessna found a way to build a plane around a fuel valve but it...
  11. I agree, like I said with his power I don't think...

    I agree, like I said with his power I don't think it will be an issue either way. I have just seen a lot of high performance tail gear come out lately that is great for landing but really does set...
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    TED If you are trying to find a GOOD place to...

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    If you are trying to find a GOOD place to get it done obviously you are a year or two late in starting the process. As far as getting cub flying for next summer, pick what really needs to be...
  13. Very nice system!! Great for landing and parking...

    Very nice system!! Great for landing and parking in wind, but a tail that high is going to hurt AOA on takeoff. Once the tailwheel touches the ground on rotation you are adding drag and delaying...
  14. Thread: Javron Cub

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    It is always better to have every part on the...

    It is always better to have every part on the plane at least once before fabric goes on so you are on the right path. You could always just grind off the spot welds put in nut plats and reweld, how...
  15. Thread: Javron Cub

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    Had some time to think about it. Bonding the...

    Had some time to think about it. Bonding the hinge is probably a bad ideal because the fabric will be covering the frame before the hinge is placed on. As much as I hate pop rivets do you have...
  16. Thread: Javron Cub

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    How about putting the hinge on the front upright...

    How about putting the hinge on the front upright part of the frame? Instead of opening with the door dropping down it will open to the front. What was the plan for securing the door in place once...
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    This is what happens when the 180 can't make it...

    This is what happens when the 180 can't make it back to help fly out moose camp.
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  18. Thread: Javron Cub

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    How is the frame attached to the top longeron? ...

    How is the frame attached to the top longeron? Maybe some kind of double side tape or high tech bonding agent for attaching the hinge.
    DENNY
  19. Most of the stuff you say you will add will not...

    Most of the stuff you say you will add will not help your takeoff. Extended gear should help. As should tall bushwheels with the correct pressure. VG.s, high tailwheels, etc may help landing but...
  20. So the planes in the pics are not what you have? ...

    So the planes in the pics are not what you have? That had me questioning the post. No average crap allowed!!! tie the tail down and see what is the max RPM you can get!! If I was to do a 400 ft...
  21. Thread: Javron Cub

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    Are your pop rivets set into the frame you are...

    Are your pop rivets set into the frame you are talking about? If so that is where the screws for the door hinge should go. Do you have pics without the extended baggage floor installed? My post is...
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    On 3rd glass of wine so need to throw gas on the...

    On 3rd glass of wine so need to throw gas on the fire, my 13 rib 1951 18A was good to 2070 lbs with none of the pretty boy stuff. Just change the VE speeds. Mike can post pictures of a cub wing...
  23. Thread: Javron Cub

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    If possible I would not drill into any fuselage...

    If possible I would not drill into any fuselage tube to attach a hinge. You are begging for a water leak/rust/freeze crack if you do (especially in that location!!!!!). It looks like you have a...
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    Excellent work!!! 1/3 or more of my flying...

    Excellent work!!! 1/3 or more of my flying involves stuffing the plane to the max with a lot of pointy and odd shaped stuff, having a metal headliner is well worth the effort if you plan on doing...
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    I not notice any improvement at all but I do have...

    I not notice any improvement at all but I do have VG's on the tail and usually do full nose up trim when landing without a load.
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