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Re: COZY: New Seatbelts

Andrew Anunson
 

Marc Zeitlin wrote:
ACS's kit list, on line, shows the "plans" version as:P/N 13-01300
But I don't like those very much - they look cheesy to me. They're also a lot more expensive than I remember. The ones I've got don't seem to be listed at ACS anymore (maybe that's a hint...).

ACS has had that same set of belts listed for the Cozy MKIV since at least 2006 (which is when I was getting started with this, ahem, 2 or 3 year project).
The price has increased drastically, I think they were around than $60 per set 10 years ago.  My 2013 ACS catalog lists them at $106 per set.  Now, $158!?!?
Perhaps you got your belts from Wicks?

Wicks aircraft sells the chrome buckles, and their part number is 

206440/2H

At $200 each, this is slightly more than the ACS price of $158 per set.... but just like John Deere green, that chrome ain't cheap!

Andrew Anunson
Cozy MKIV #1273
Chapter 20 
Pound, VA


Re: Time has come.......

Roch LaRocca
 

Buly and Doris,
We will miss you in the Bahamas but you will always be there with us in spirit.  Please keep in touch and know that I will still seek your wisdom.
Rock
ERacer N382RB
 

To: bulent.enginegear@...; canard-aviators@...; cozy_builders@...
From: canard-aviators-noreply@...
Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2016 09:31:23 -0400
Subject: Re: [c-a] Time has come.......

 
We look forward to seeing you on your "farewell tour" it has been great knowing the both of you! And we will miss you!

Chrissi & Randi
CG Products      
 


-----Original Message-----
From: Buly bulent.enginegear@... [canard-aviators]
To: canard-aviators ; Cozy Builders
Sent: Mon, May 30, 2016 8:43 am
Subject: [c-a] Time has come.......

 

After this years trip to the Bahamas Bash, Doris and I have decided to be our last. After RR in September we will be terminating our aviation activities.
It was a great journey building and flying the CZ over the last 20 years. 
It took us 9 times to the Bahamas fly ins, 9 times to RR and many shorter get togethers with flying buddies. We made many great friends and will have the great memories and photos. It is time to move to other things. Most likely cruising the US in a RV while we still can? 
Both of us right now are trying to clear the clutter of things we have accumulated over the years. It is mind boggling how much "stuff" you have , until you try to get rid of it. The worst are the things that the kids don't want, you can not just take to the curb, and no one to give to :). 
We figure, it will take us a year to sort it out?
Now we are looking forward to our last trip in the Cozy to Rough River.
Hope we'll see most of you there.


 
Bulent "Buly" Aliev
CZ MK-IV N484BD
X50 Edgewater, FL



Re: COZY: Re: [c-a] Time has come.......

Bulent Aliev
 

We are not dying yet (I hope). Just getting old :) . I'll be around Marc permitting?


Bulent "Buly" Aliev
CZ MK-IV N484BD
X50 Edgewater, FL

On Wed, Jun 1, 2016 at 9:31 AM, cozygirrrl via COZY Builders Mailing List <cozy_builders@...> wrote:
We look forward to seeing you on your "farewell tour" it has been great knowing the both of you! And we will miss you!

Chrissi & Randi
CG Products      
 


-----Original Message-----
From: Buly bulent.enginegear@... [canard-aviators] <canard-aviators-noreply@...>
To: canard-aviators <canard-aviators@...>; Cozy Builders <cozy_builders@...>
Sent: Mon, May 30, 2016 8:43 am
Subject: [c-a] Time has come.......

 

After this years trip to the Bahamas Bash, Doris and I have decided to be our last. After RR in September we will be terminating our aviation activities.
It was a great journey building and flying the CZ over the last 20 years. 
It took us 9 times to the Bahamas fly ins, 9 times to RR and many shorter get togethers with flying buddies. We made many great friends and will have the great memories and photos. It is time to move to other things. Most likely cruising the US in a RV while we still can? 
Both of us right now are trying to clear the clutter of things we have accumulated over the years. It is mind boggling how much "stuff" you have , until you try to get rid of it. The worst are the things that the kids don't want, you can not just take to the curb, and no one to give to :). 
We figure, it will take us a year to sort it out?
Now we are looking forward to our last trip in the Cozy to Rough River.
Hope we'll see most of you there.


 
Bulent "Buly" Aliev
CZ MK-IV N484BD
X50 Edgewater, FL


Connector for panel mounting

Bruce Hughes
 

Hi Group

I am installing a Trio Propilot.

The last step is to obtain a signal from my GPS
to the Propilot. I have everything I need except
a male or female connector to mount on the panel
and a female or male connector to plug into the
panel connector. There are just 2 wires coming
from the Propilot and 2 wires from the GPS.
Those are already on hand.

Trio has no suggestion on this but I did not ask.

I want something that will not accidently unplug and
is moderately small. I have moderate to poor
soldering skill so maybe something using clamp and
screws like the ordinary ring terminals (on hand)
and screws (on hand).

Thank you for any comments.

Bruce Hughes


Re: Time has come.......

cozygirrrl
 

We look forward to seeing you on your "farewell tour" it has been great knowing the both of you! And we will miss you!

Chrissi & Randi
CG Products      
 


-----Original Message-----
From: Buly bulent.enginegear@... [canard-aviators]
To: canard-aviators ; Cozy Builders
Sent: Mon, May 30, 2016 8:43 am
Subject: [c-a] Time has come.......

 

After this years trip to the Bahamas Bash, Doris and I have decided to be our last. After RR in September we will be terminating our aviation activities.
It was a great journey building and flying the CZ over the last 20 years. 
It took us 9 times to the Bahamas fly ins, 9 times to RR and many shorter get togethers with flying buddies. We made many great friends and will have the great memories and photos. It is time to move to other things. Most likely cruising the US in a RV while we still can? 
Both of us right now are trying to clear the clutter of things we have accumulated over the years. It is mind boggling how much "stuff" you have , until you try to get rid of it. The worst are the things that the kids don't want, you can not just take to the curb, and no one to give to :). 
We figure, it will take us a year to sort it out?
Now we are looking forward to our last trip in the Cozy to Rough River.
Hope we'll see most of you there.


 
Bulent "Buly" Aliev
CZ MK-IV N484BD
X50 Edgewater, FL


Canard-calendar - June

Erlend Moen <erlend@...>
 

The June canard desktop calendar is ready for download.

 

 

As always: Thanks a lot for the many beautiful pictures I have received so far. I’m still looking for new pictures, if you have pictures to share, please send them over to me. I need as large resolution as possible. My bandwidth is no problem, so don’t be afraid to send over large images!

 

Safe flying (and building)!

 

Here is the link: http://cozy.ljosnes.no/calendar.html

 

PS: If the new calendar doesn’t show up, it’s probably because the website is cached in your web browser. Try to hit F5 to reload the page if this happens.

--

Erlend Moen

Cozy #1556 – chapter 19


Re: VE down

Saro Marcarian
 

I'd just like to mention that the identies of the two on board aren't yet public - and maybe we should let the authorities release that is good time.

Some of us knew the pilot (and plane). Let's please wait till the officials release names before diving into this.

-Saro
--
Sent from my Android phone with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.


Teflon/SS braid

Bruce Hughes
 

Hi Don, Ken, Marc, Norm, and Tom

Thank you VERY much for your email.

To clarify:

My engine (L O32E2A) was rebuilt for me years ago.
I think Paul, the A & P (a friend of mine) did not replace
the line to the carburetor.

NOW (different A & P) Joel said the line should be replaced.
HE did not say rubber was preferred. That opinion came
from an employee of the company that makes the lines
(that is a large company so I thought they were
experts in commercial lines).

I currently have 4 teflon/SS fuel lines on the aircraft.
I bought those 3 years ago. The line to be replaced is
#5 on the flow sequence and is the oldest by far.

I also have 6 other teflon/ss lines if you count the brakes,
primer, etc.

The autopilot connection is this: Trio Propilots have an
option as follows: IF you put a flow sensor in the line
JUST BEFORE the fuel reaches the carb, the Propilot will
calculate and display the mpg or mph or remaining fuel or
the date of the next memorial day or something (the
manual is 83 pages; I have not read all of it).

Because the fuelflow monitor has to be close to the Ellison
T.B., I now will have to buy 2 lines, not just replace one.

I think there will be 90 degree or 45 degree ends all
ever the place by the time I finish. I may end up buying 3
or 4 lines to get the lengths just right. The spacing between
the rear of the Lycoming, the engine mount, and the bottom
cowling is tight.

Thank God the engineers designed the outlet to the mechanical
pump to be so flexible.

To Tom: I am in hangar A-7 at Olympia (OLM) from 9 to 3,
except at noon for a while. Please come by if you can. A
week from now would be better.

Bruce Hughes


Re: VE down

Bob Holliston
 

Guy who crashed was based in Santa Paula and a good friend of Klaus'. Had a German name which I can't spell. He was giving a 22 year old kid a ride. Bummer!

--


Re: COZY: Static port

Don B
 

Learjet 24/25s had static reversal in all phases of flight, easily seen on the IVSI.  They autopilot altitude sensor was hooked to shoulder ports to keep it from being affected by this. 

On Monday, May 30, 2016, 10:07 AM, Ken Swain ken4zz@... [canard-aviators] wrote:

 

Just so this phenomenon is understood to be something that happens across widely varied types:

Departed 01R at KSFO / San Francisco on Saturday.  Was the F/O's takeoff so one of my duties is to scan instruments during takeoff run.  This thread must have been in the back of my mind as my eyeball happened to be on the altimeter when F/O rotated.  Altimeter went DOWN about 30 feet at the moment rotation and stayed there until we'd been in the air for a second or two.  It then read normally.  Keep in mind this is in a big Boeing jet w/ very sophisticated, expen$ive air data computers that correct for all sorts of things.

Fly safe,

Ken

On 5/30/2016 8:40 AM, to tu totucomm@... [canard-aviators] wrote:
 

Forwarded,  Oscar has a little difficulty with the group address


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: oscarm98@... [canard-aviators] <canard-aviators-noreply@...>
Date: Fri, May 27, 2016 at 4:45 PM
Subject: Re: COZY: Static port


Guys,
Think about this from an aerodynamic principle point of view.  What is happening at the moment you rotate?  The whole region around the aircraft becomes a high"er" pressure region.  What would an altimeter indicate if it suddenly was in an area of high pressure?  That's right.  The VVI will show descent until you move out of the ground effect region.  Every aircraft I have ever flown has done this to some degree.

Oscar





Re: SS/teflon vs SS/rubber

KEN4ZZ
 

Try to keep things in perspective.  Burt initially called out clear, unreinforced tygothane plastic fuel lines - with no fire sleeves - in the VariEze.  Mine worked fine for 16 years until I replaced them in 1994 with the best automotive fuel lines NAPA had.  Those lines are still doing fine.

My point is, I'd not miss Oshkosh over this.  It's a homebuilt.  It's your call as to what is and is not a suitable part.  Consider finding lines you feel are suitable for your fuel flow and pressure requirements.  Put fire sleeves on them.  Go to Oshkosh.  If you start having second thoughts there, you'll be in the world's biggest aviation supermarket and might even find a good deal on something you like better.

Ken

On 5/30/2016 9:12 AM, 'Bruce Hughes' ezcopilot@... [canard-aviators] wrote:
 

Hi Group

My A & P has told me to replace the fuel line
from pump to carb
(actually an Ellison). I also will need to
insert a fuel flow sensor
(for the autopilot).

I have been told that teflon lines with SS
braid are NOT recommended.
Rubber with SS braid IS recommended.

WOW! This has some significance; my fuel line
system is as
complicated or more so than everyone else's.
Due to Ken Miller's
recommendation, I have a one-way bypass around
the electric
fuel pump. I could be replacing 6 "good"
lines. Some will have
the 45 degree or 90 degree ends which are more
expensive.

Is this going to be a significant factor? I
can see a month going
by with ordering and installing 6 lines. That
may rule out Oshkosh/
Airventure.

Thank you for any comments.

Bruce Hughes



Re: COZY: Static port

KEN4ZZ
 

Just so this phenomenon is understood to be something that happens across widely varied types:

Departed 01R at KSFO / San Francisco on Saturday.  Was the F/O's takeoff so one of my duties is to scan instruments during takeoff run.  This thread must have been in the back of my mind as my eyeball happened to be on the altimeter when F/O rotated.  Altimeter went DOWN about 30 feet at the moment rotation and stayed there until we'd been in the air for a second or two.  It then read normally.  Keep in mind this is in a big Boeing jet w/ very sophisticated, expen$ive air data computers that correct for all sorts of things.

Fly safe,

Ken

On 5/30/2016 8:40 AM, to tu totucomm@... [canard-aviators] wrote:
 

Forwarded,  Oscar has a little difficulty with the group address


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: oscarm98@... [canard-aviators] <canard-aviators-noreply@...>
Date: Fri, May 27, 2016 at 4:45 PM
Subject: Re: COZY: Static port


Guys,
Think about this from an aerodynamic principle point of view.  What is happening at the moment you rotate?  The whole region around the aircraft becomes a high"er" pressure region.  What would an altimeter indicate if it suddenly was in an area of high pressure?  That's right.  The VVI will show descent until you move out of the ground effect region.  Every aircraft I have ever flown has done this to some degree.

Oscar





Re: SS/teflon vs SS/rubber

Marc J. Zeitlin
 

Bruce Hughes wrote:
 
My A & P has told me to replace the fuel line from pump to carb (actually an Ellison).

Any particular reason, or he just owns stock in fuel line fabrication companies?
 
I also will need to insert a fuel flow sensor (for the autopilot).

Of what possible use is a fuel flow sensor to an autopilot?

I have been told that teflon lines with SS braid are NOT recommended. Rubber with SS braid IS recommended.

Sigh. Same A&P telling you this? Was any reason given? Since SS/Teflon hoses are just about the highest quality and longest lasting hoses one can get for either fuel or oil, I cannot imagine a valid reason for recommending lower quality hoses that will need replacement over the SS/Teflon hoses.
 
Is this going to be a significant factor?

Only if you follow what seems to be exceedingly poor advice, unless a REASON was given for the need for replacement.

--
Marc J. Zeitlin                      marc_zeitlin@...
                                            http://www.cozybuilders.org/
Copyright © 2016                     Burnside Aerospace


Re: VE down

besmith51
 


Re: VE down

Brian Strack
 

Heard about it yesterday at my airport in Santa Maria....news is pretty vague so far - sounds like engine failure, attempted landing on a road, and snagged power lines.  Post-crash fire.  That's just from initial reports.  No other details so far....

Brian

On Mon, May 30, 2016 at 6:59 AM, Burrall Sanders craftsman@... [canard-aviators] <canard-aviators-noreply@...> wrote:
 

Anyone know any details about the VE that crashed near Santa Paula this
weekend?



Re: VE down

Curt
 

On May 30, 2016, at 7:59 AM, Burrall Sanders craftsman@... [canard-aviators] <canard-aviators-noreply@...> wrote:

Anyone know any details about the VE that crashed near Santa Paula this
weekend?
Just the news reports: two died when the plane struck power lines and crashed. Another pilot stated he heard the VariEze pilot declare an emergency when his engine stopped. Post-crash fire. This was north of Ventura, as reported by an ABC affiliate. Witnesses said there are no civilian airports in the area, but the crash site is near a road.

Curt Boyll
VariEze/Cozy MKIV
Boulder, CO


SS/teflon vs SS/rubber

Bruce Hughes
 

Hi Group

My A & P has told me to replace the fuel line from pump to carb
(actually an Ellison). I also will need to insert a fuel flow sensor
(for the autopilot).

I have been told that teflon lines with SS braid are NOT recommended.
Rubber with SS braid IS recommended.

WOW! This has some significance; my fuel line system is as
complicated or more so than everyone else's. Due to Ken Miller's
recommendation, I have a one-way bypass around the electric
fuel pump. I could be replacing 6 "good" lines. Some will have
the 45 degree or 90 degree ends which are more expensive.

Is this going to be a significant factor? I can see a month going
by with ordering and installing 6 lines. That may rule out Oshkosh/
Airventure.

Thank you for any comments.

Bruce Hughes


VE down

Burrall Sanders
 

Anyone know any details about the VE that crashed near Santa Paula this weekend?


Time has come.......

Bulent Aliev
 


After this years trip to the Bahamas Bash, Doris and I have decided to be our last. After RR in September we will be terminating our aviation activities.
It was a great journey building and flying the CZ over the last 20 years. 
It took us 9 times to the Bahamas fly ins, 9 times to RR and many shorter get togethers with flying buddies. We made many great friends and will have the great memories and photos. It is time to move to other things. Most likely cruising the US in a RV while we still can? 
Both of us right now are trying to clear the clutter of things we have accumulated over the years. It is mind boggling how much "stuff" you have , until you try to get rid of it. The worst are the things that the kids don't want, you can not just take to the curb, and no one to give to :). 
We figure, it will take us a year to sort it out?
Now we are looking forward to our last trip in the Cozy to Rough River.
Hope we'll see most of you there.


 
Bulent "Buly" Aliev
CZ MK-IV N484BD
X50 Edgewater, FL

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