Computer balanced aircraft tires that last 4 to 8+ times longer than other aircraft tires ; and, their tubes DO NOT LEAK — you’ll get the best tire and tube prices from us !
Michelin Aircraft Tires & Leak Proof Tubes page updated 05 / 28 / 2020 by JD
I use the 10-32 thread x 0.5″ long x 5/8″ OD base Click Bond fasteners made from 300 Series Crest Stainless Steel ( capable of 500 lbs. of pull and 1200 lbs. of shear ) for mounting canard ailerons and rudders ( and for mounting other items in any aircraft, composite or metal ) are only $0.50 each via cash, check or money order / $0.52 each credit card price, plus $4 S & H, and CA Sales Tax ( if you live in CA ). You will need 14 per Winglet, and 7 per aileron ( 42 total for both rudders and ailerons ), unless you lengthen the ailerons longer than 7.2″ like other canard manufacturers have done following what Dick and I have done. Then, you should add a 4th aileron hinge like Dick Rutan did for his plane, and like I have done for my Infinity 1 , meaning you will need 9 Click Bonds per aileron ( 46 total for both rudders and ailerons ). Also, make your rudders full span to the top of the Winglet, then add the 2″ cap at the top ( or don’t add the cap, your choice ). Dick said he wished he would have done this — it would have been easier to build and retrofit [ OBTW — my rudders operate like a Full Span Split Flap, but in the vertical — only one side comes out, hence no more Rudder control locks needed for parking, and I have more Rudder authority during turns, and I have better speed brakes during descent and for landing ( call any afternoon PT for more details ) ]. Also, do NOT put the spring in-line with the Hidden Rudder System. If you attach the rudder cable to the rudder pedals where they are supposed to be, the spring will not be needed — and NEVER let a spring control rudder deployment. Call me any afternoon PT if you have any questions.
Click Bond page updated 05 / 28 / 2020 by JD
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Flaps UP Limit Switch, or Speed Brake(s) & Landing Gear UP / DN Indicator Switch. For UP and DN mechanical indication ( IA P/N 23AC2 UP and DN switch — click here for a *.pdf drawing with data and specs ) in Retractable Landing Gear Systems, Speed Brake(s), Flaps, canopies, fuel door(s), oil door(s), cowls, baggage door(s), hatches and door(s); Rod Plunger has a 4-40 tapped threaded hole for easy switch adjustment; Silver Contacts; Screw Termination; the bracket is already pre-drilled with 6/32 threaded holes in 5 places for easy mounting; can be wired either Normally Open or Normally Closed; is adjustable; it has the proper electrical screw mounting/termination required for aircraft; and the plunger can be pulled out to help in trouble shooting a circuit.
No other switch has all of these features! — only $36.50 each via cash, check or money order / only $38.00 each via credit card price, plus S & H.
Limit & Indicator Switch page updated 05 / 28 / 2020 by JDView Product
MATCO ( click here for a *.pdf file of prices ) [ used on Spaceship 1 ]
Matco’s production facilities — 67+% of all Sport Aircraft use Matco wheels and brakes ) wheels, brakes, axles ( click here for *.jpg pics of assemblies ) and installation ( click here for a *.pdf ), Master Brake Cylinders ( Horizontal and four MC-4 installation or two MC-4 installation / Vertical and installation ), Reservoir ( for MC-4 Horizontal Master Brake Cylinders ) Clear Reservoir pic ( MUCH easier to pre-flight and service! ), Parking Brake Valve and installation ( click here for all the reasons to have a Parking Brake Valve ), and other MATCO products — you’ll get the best prices here! *YOU* need to decide which brakes are the best for *YOUR* aircraft’s stopping needs, so see what the FAA says by clicking here for a discussion of Brake Kinetic Energy Requirements per FAR Part 23.735 ; click here for how to Maximize the Output of your Brakes by Getting Your Pedal Geometry Right and why JD uses the MATCO Brake System for the Infinity 1 ; and so should you for your canard, or other, high performance aircraft using 5.00 x 5 size wheels and brakes.
MATCO Aircraft Wheels, Brakes, Axles & Parking Brake Valves
pages updated 05 / 28 / 2020 by JDView Product
All-in-one geared electric Pre-Oiler AND Back-Up Engine Oil Pump ( a logical MUST HAVE for *ALL* kinds and types of engines, not just for aircraft and jet engines ). Besides aircraft, used in boats, sail boats, speed boats, race cars, pick-ups, cars, semi trucks, Tractor Pull vehicles, military vehicles, and much more!
The average pilot, including airline pilots, fly on average only 40 hours per year ! Lycoming has an AD that says your engine begins to rust on the inside after only 2 days !! The closer you can get your engine to a 2000+ hour TBO, the lower your cost per flight hour will be. The ONLY way you will achieve this, like Jay Leno says, is to Pre-Oil your engine before Engine Start !!! This goes for ANY engine — engines in boats, sail boats, speed boats, race cars, pick-ups, cars, semi trucks, Tractor Pull vehicles, military aircraft and vehicles, and much more !!! In fact, we already have our engine Pre-Oiler/Back-Up Oil Pumps flying on a WW II TBM-3 Avenger, a 1934 Cabin Waco that won the Oshkosh 2015 Vintage Grand Champion Award, a B-29 engine used on a tractor pull sled, Fairchild F24-R46, Swift, Edge 540 like what is used in Red Bull Races, 2700 twin turbo LSX race car, Triumph Spitfire car, T-6, MkXIV Spitfire, P-51, UH-34D helicopter, 2004 Pontiac GTO, P-40, GO480 Helio Courier, 450 Stearman, a train, 1964 E Jaguar, Bell Helo Lab, FW-190, Bonanza, H34J/S-58 Helo, on 2 Spitfires, 70 Chevelle w/1400 HP ( for his wife to get groceries with ), 2 of our GP303-24’s are on a PBY in New Zealand, and 2 of our GP303-24’s are on a North American B-25 for the CAF in TX, 4 on EAA’s B-17, besides on the other aircraft and vehicles listed on my web site.
Also, you should run your Pre-Oiler at least weekly (probably more — use a timer like used for batteries) even if you don’t start your engine to keep things lubed all over. Also, you should have spray nozzles for your cam &/or a hollow cam from FireWall Forword for your Lycoming. Also, an old, very experienced, IA told me once that you should keep any engine warmed up to 60+ degrees all the time year round. More info: once the pump is primed for 1st use, you do not need to prime it again because it self primes even when sitting for 5+ years. No trouble drawing as much as 5′ vertical from source, and has been used around hot engines for 20+ years without a failure — the o-rings are made of Viton and are good to 400 degrees F.
DELIVERY ( we ship anywhere in the world ) : Simple — as soon as I receive your order with all your parts that you want, and your address and phone number, I will e-mail you your total. When I receive your check, I will send you your pump and parts via Priority Mail with a tracking number. Foreign orders can use a credit card.
The FAA says because the pump is an external installation and a minor modification, a 337 is not required — just make a log book entry. Our pumps are used in many military vehicles, too.
Pre-Oiler and Back-Up Engine Oil Pump pages updated 05 / 04 / 2020 by JDView Product