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Old 10-16-2006, 12:07 AM
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Default N104XP - October 14, 2006

N104XP now has 145 hours.
2 years 11 months to build (slow build)
Aerosport IO-540, Hartzell Prop
Built by Scott Schmidt and Ray Morris


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Old 10-16-2006, 09:01 PM
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Default Way To Go, Scott!!!!!

Been following your progress for some time. Great photos and congratulations once again.

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Old 11-28-2006, 07:03 PM
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Default N415EC

N415EC #40415 built by Don Fanning, Lynchburg, VA
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Old 11-28-2006, 07:26 PM
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Looking at your builder number you must have built that pretty quick! Who is holding on during the landing? Looks great!
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Old 12-01-2006, 09:18 PM
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First flight 10-09-06. Picked her up from paint 11-28-06. This is one of the few times she's been sitting still Everything I hoped for and more. Thankyou Vans! (Also thanks to all the RVators for their helpful input) Barrett Performance IO-540X, MT Prop, Dynon EFIS and EMS, TruTrack IIVSG, Garmin 430.

Bill Stegemann #40423
RV10 N545RV


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Old 05-06-2007, 10:18 PM
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Default Rick Gray in Ohio at the Buffalo Farm

Here's a few pics of my FLYING RV10. One year project from start to finish including paint. Inspected on 9 April '07 and 1st flight flight was the 28th.

I've put 10.1hrs on it the first week and will continue with the test flights tomorrow....no squawks....period.

I need to say that this airplane is absolutely NOTHING like the RV4's, 6's, 7's, & 8's that I've flown....it reminds me of a flying Cadillac :^) !!

Performs 'as advertised'.....and then some!

Powered by a brand spankin' new Mattituck TMX IO-540.

Yes.....it will be parked at our Ohio Valley RVators Formation Clinic next weekend.

Yes.....everything is for sale :^) .

This link should take you to a few pics:

http://tinyurl.com/yo8ljj

All of the pics below were taken in the last few days:

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Builders....keep poundin' those rivets!!
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Old 06-10-2007, 09:49 AM
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Default 805HL FLIES!!!!!

I wanted to pass on a quick note to those interested in how my DAR
check and Flyoff went. I got DAR approval on Tues at 2:30. We put all
the fairings and inspection covers on and I was in the air at 4:30. I
flew 2.7 hours that day and developed a LOW oil pressure issue. I
called the engine builder on Wednesday to discuss it and he said is
needed a new spring and ball in the pressure adjustment cap. He Fedex
it to me on Thursday at noon. Come to find out what I really needed
was an aluminum SEAT washer that the pressure check ball fits into.
That SEAT came loose and fell out.........which is NOT suppose to
happen. The oil was leaking around the seat and registering LOW
pressure. After fully inspecting the motor to confirm it was NOT
making metal we FLEW a Baron to Omaha, NE to get the new SEAT, flew
home and the landing gear would not go down!!!!!
PLUS it burned 50 Gals. of fuel in 60 minutes. After cranking the
gear down and doing a fly by to verify it was down..........I got the
new seat in the plane. Viola.....66 PSI oil.........winds were 36 mph
45 degrees to the runway...........UP I went. I flew 3.6 hours in very
gusty conditions.........one landing I had full RUDDER and a 48 MPH GS
. I thought my ankle was gonna break with those gusts hitting the
rudder.......then you have to get it taxied with that nose castering in
the wind!
Friday was a good day..............9.0 hours flown..........Saturday
was great also..............flew 9.2 hours for a total of 25 hours in 4
days!!!!!! Oh yea......today we had a HOT mag....the P lead broke off.

I am now gonna go get some sleep.........until SUNRISE...........then I
have a few friends that want a RIDE!

I still find it hard to believe we got this bird flying and done
(painted with wheel pants)in less than 2 years. Oh
yea........VFR........no Wet Compass yet. But I still would buy a good
handheld GPS before a $250 compass (JMHO)

If you are building ,.........keep bucking it is all WORTH IT! This
plane is UNBELEIVABLE in the air! See you all at OSH '07. Thanks
to all on this list who helped with friendly advice and counsel. I also
wanna thank those who MOTIVATED us to build a great plane on a BUDGET.
It can be done and done very respectably. Ask me AND Van! I did
spring for seat covers though unlike Vans plastic, over foam, wrapped
in Duct tape.

Dean 40449
Officially a member of the RV10 Flying family. WOW!



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Old 07-19-2007, 04:51 PM
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Builder: John Stewart
Owner: Mark & Sharli

-Thanks John!!!!
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Old 10-14-2007, 07:47 AM
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Default Show us a picture of your completed plane



Wayne Edgerton
Justin, TX

N602WT First flight 6/07

Home base 16X Propwah

Painted by Grady at GLO Custom

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Old 12-25-2007, 09:46 AM
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Photo taken during Southwest Regional Fly In:



built by: Robert Van Duyn
Build # : 40460
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