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DeltaRomeo 05-28-2005 03:17 PM

Show us a pic of your FINISHED RV-9/9A!!!
 
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Best always,

N916K 05-28-2005 05:27 PM

N916k
 
N916K became an airplane on March 3, 2005
First flight on March 5, 2005
1200 hours or so of build time over two years.
105 hours on the clock so far.
Paint, well I'll get to that one day.
Started instrument training in it yesturday. Two trips across the country dodging weather is enough for me to get this ticket under my belt.


akarmy 05-29-2005 11:34 PM

Just over 2 years old, 319 hrs TT, Been From Seattle to Virginia, Reno, CA, and other local spots. 160HP Sensenich FP.


Bryan Wood 06-01-2005 10:55 AM

Bryan & Sherri Wood's 9A
 
N994W first flew August 18, 2004 after LOTS of time spent in the garage. She is powered by an Aero Sport 0-320 D1A swinging a Hartzell C/S prop with a Lightspeed ignition on one side. Numbers meet or exceed what Van publishes, but it was supposed to with Bart building the engine to do exactly that. There have been some teething issues we're working through but are down to the smallest things now. Sometimes after unlocking the hanger and catching the first glimpse of her in several days I'm still taken back by the scope of what we've accomplished. For those flying already you know what I'm talking about, and for those still putting in your time building you are laying the foundation to experience this wonderful feeling in the future. While usure if I would ever take on a project like this again, I'm sure glad that we did it once. The support of my wonderful wife throughout the building helped to ensure completion and was critical several times when I was truly burned out. Now our 9A is always exactly how we leave her when she is put away after flight. She is full of gas, clean, and ready for our next outing!

Bryan & Sherri Wood "Flyin' the Flag"

rvatornate 06-15-2005 07:13 PM

Here is my Egg Sube powered RV9E 290 hours as of 6/15/05. Did Oshkosh last year, Sun-n-Fun this year. Lots of Fun!

Nathan Larson
N217JT




tcoldenhoff 07-10-2005 02:33 PM

N194tc
 
Here is my Eggenfellner Subaru powered RV9a. First flight was 27 MAR 2005. My builder's web journal and additional details can be found on my web site: http://rv9a.deru.com


AirWolf 07-18-2005 02:52 PM

Well, I wouldn't call it finished, as I still have the gear leg fairings and wheel pants to install, but she's flying!!


akarmy 07-21-2005 12:49 PM

TaDa
 
Well, after 2.5 years of polishing and 350 hrs of flying, I am always looking for a new product to make my airplane maintenance easier.

My latest research came up with this very cool new stuff that comes in a can...

It's called P. A. I. N. T. :eek:

Enjoy!


Bryan Wood 07-21-2005 02:02 PM

Nice Andy
 
Andy,

I saw your airplane at the Golden West this year and thought "Wow" to myself at the nicely polished skins. Now seeing this you brought the same thing to mind.

Nice!

Bryan

n2prise 08-12-2005 07:36 AM

Enterprise ready for OSHKOSH!
 
Here are the first photos of my RV-9A on the runway out in front of the paint shop on July 23, 2005. Serial #90622 was the 155th RV-9 or RV-9A to fly according to the Van's Aircraft "Hobbs Meter" when my first flight was posted there.




You can go here to see the entire page from my web site.
http://www.n2prise.org/rv9a150.htm


On the ramp at Georgetown, Texas - Labor Day 2005.

Jerry K. Thorne
www.n2prise.org


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