Subject: Re: grip
Date: Sun, 20 Oct 2002 23:47:00 -0500
From: Bill H. <flyingturd@>
To: James D. Newman" <JD@InfinityAerospace.com>


The grip saved my plane and most likely my butt to... during an engin out by allowing me to work the flaps, the Electric fuel pump and the starter at a very low level over the trees after a pulse fuel pump failure. With out a doubt the bests 160.00 i have ever spent!!!!!!!!!
THANK YOU FOR TALKING ME INTO THE PURCHASE. I have told every one it was the grip that made the quick save possible. Your companys product has my vote!!!!! THANKS THANKS THANKS!!

Thanks again. Bill. D.W.A.


Subject: RE: Infinity Grip!
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 18:48:47 EST
From: Gary R.
To: INFINITY Aerospace <JD@infinityaerospace.com>

Hey JD,
Gary R. here, and I now have the RH INFINITY grip installed in my RV3A. AWESOME!! Absolutely awesome,,,,,,really. And to think I've been FLYING around with a silly old motorcycle (rubber) grip and a temporary (velcro) PTT, when I could've had ONE of these FINE pieces of MIL-spec quality, hand filling grips much, much earlier! The wiring diagram was cool too. VERY easy to understand. (even for and electron illiterate like me) The large wire bundle was a challenge, but, finally was overcome and corralled into the handle where it belonged. Thanks for a fine product!
PS: A fair price too! In this world of high-priced "AirCraft" parts and accessories!

Gary (aka AJ)
INDY RVs flyout-director
(you only need one seat)


Subject: got my grip
Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 17:20:25 -0400
From: Marshall J.
To: "INFINITY Aerospace" <JD@InfinityAerospace.com>

I ordered at Sun N Fun, they came in yesterday, and they lookk grreat


Marshall J. RV-8 I hope


Subject: Stick Grip Order
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2012 11:03:34 +1030
From: Ken G.
To: Stick Grip Questions <JD@InfinityAerospace.com>

Hi JD,

Stick Grips arrived today.
They look GREAT!!
Even better than I expected.
Thanks again mate

***Happy Holidays.***


Ken G.


        NTSB report!

       At Oshkosh 2003, RV builders told us about an RV-8 builder who was flying his plane when his rubber grip came un-glued, slid up his stick tube vertically, and jammed into the bottom of the instrument panel -- he didn't make it :-( .

       Remember, our Stick Grips are ***NOT*** glued on, and *clamp* over the top of your tube with a screw through your stick tube. See Installation Drawing.