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Old 11-19-2019, 07:32 AM
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Default Arizona RV-14 builders/ flyers?

All,

My wife and I will be visiting the Phoenix area this Saturday through Thanksgiving day. I was wondering/ hoping if anyone in the area would be willing to give a demo ride in their RV-14? I am one year into my build, with the finish kit arriving tomorrow. How far along am I? I am drilling the rollover structure this week.

I would like a little demo flight experience to help me solidify some cockpit layout decisions, or simply to poke around your finished RV-14 for ideas and examples, banking on expert user experience.

For the curious, I installed Beringer brakes, ordered the Thunderbolt engine with 72" Hartzell prop, and will order my IFR panel from Advanced Flight very soon. Additionally, I am heavily considering installing the RV-10 throttle quadrant, so any tips would be very helpful.

Thank you all for your support and advice!
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Old 11-19-2019, 08:50 AM
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