EFIS has a new trick

It got to be a little too late last night by the time I could write a blog post that it was bed time. So here is what we did yesterday. I was able to get the rest of the fuel and oil hoses fire sleeved. Now¬†everything that carries a flammable liquid is protected. Don’tContinue reading “EFIS has a new trick”

Brakes, Baffles, and Wipe

Today Greg came over and he spent a lot of time working on baffles. I helped here and there in between different things. I think we can say that we have the lion’s share done on the metal pieces. All sections¬†seem to be fitting well now and most anchor points are reinforced and mounted toContinue reading “Brakes, Baffles, and Wipe”

The way of ‘plumbing projects’

The last two days were somewhat frustrating in the workshop, but ended with getting my mojo back. I hate household plumbing projects because, for me, they typically go something like this.  Make a plan. Go to the store to pick up parts. Start disassembly/modification. Clean up. Start reassembly/fabrication/installation.  Realize you don’t have parts you needContinue reading “The way of ‘plumbing projects’”