itrader reviews This site is the log of my progress in building my Vans Aircraft RV7A. I have had a great time with the project. It is actually rather addicting and is sometimes on my mind too often, if that is possible! :}
I am building a slow build kit that I started in February of 2004. I am currently finishing up the fuselage. The wings and tail are done but will have to be mounted later because I am out of space. I have mounted the landing gear and the Lycoming O-360-A4M engine already. The interior is mostly installed, and the instrument cutouts have been made on the instrument panel. I have mounted the instruments and avionics that I can afford now. The rest will have to wait for some pennies from Heaven. I am currently working on the canopy & wiring.
Click on See The RV Project for my builder log and some pics.
Click on HERE to see my Center Console with a throttle Quadrant.
Van’s Aircraft is not associated with the following article in any way.
The following is a copy of the article regarding my console placed on http://www.vansairforce.net/BuilderMods.htm on January 6th
itrader scam This is a center console for a
Vans Aircraft RV7 / RV7A. It was designed and built by Bryan Fillman in
Holland, Michigan for his own RV7A for a couple reasons. He wanted a center
mounted throttle quadrant, and a center armrest. He also designed a storage
area within the armrest similar to what you would find in an automobile
console (but to RV scale). The arm rest (which is not yet padded &
upholstered in these photos) is hinged and will lift up and back to provide a
storage area in the console that is about 10” x 2 ½”. The opening is about 6”
x 1 ¾”. It is a little tight to get your hand into, but it is great storage
for books, charts, and preflight check list.
If you would like
to contact him with any questions or pre orders, here is info:
Copyright © 2004-2007 Bryan Fillman