# Recent content by jgnunn

1. ### Pressure Recovery Wheel Pants

I bought the sam james rv-10 pants for my 6.00 x 6 tires. Having cut them out and fitted them, they look fine. I too had bought the Vans RV-10 pants, but sold them because they were HUGE.

8. ### Canopy Pressure Force

Thanks guys. I do have an existing retaining mechanism that I will now keep; I thought it was a little too beefy so was looking for something lighter. I knew there was force acting upon the canopy, but I didn't realize it was so significant.
9. ### Canopy Pressure Force

This is an off the wall question, but I figured someone may have an answer; does anyone know approximately what level of force is trying to pull a canopy off the plane in flight? I am in the middle of making a canopy mechanism for my Skybolt, and I stumbled across some light lever-type latches...
10. ### 1st time using T88

Sometimes simple is the best way...having built my wings with T-88, I had tried various approaches, and the method I finally found myself using was: squeeze a long bead from each bottle on to scrap material, the beads being next to each other and the same length, then mix with a popsicle stick...
11. ### Boost Pump

Good assumption. Crazy pricing. The boost pump needs to run around 24-25 PSI for the IO-360, I believe. There are many auto options out there, they just need a regulator with a return line and even tho some state they have open flow when the pump is off, I would still install a bypass and check...
12. ### Boost Pump

For those guys running an injected engine with a high pressure boost pump...what pump model do you have? Is anyone running an automotive pump?

Sold.
14. ### Cleveland wheels and brakes

New/better pics here: Wheels/brakes
15. ### Jurca FW 190 performance numbers

I was on this site looking for FW190 info Legend Of Aces Aviation, and I noticed the low performance numbers, considering there is 300hp on the nose of a relatively streamlined and light airplane? Thoughts? "The MJ-8 is a 75% scale Plans Built FW-190 replica Powered by a 300 HP radial Engine...