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Volunteer Product Testers Needed-Pilot Product

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Charlie Becker
Homebuilder or Craftsman
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#1 Posted: 10/28/2009 17:28:29

EAA needs members to test a piloting related product.   To volunteer, simply reply to this post and tell me the aircraft you fly.    I’ll be selecting the testers (randomly) on 11/4/09 and closing this thread at that time.  If you are selected, I will send you a private message with the details.

Requirements to participate in this test:

·         You will need to be doing some VFR or IFR flying in the next 3 weeks to test this product.  (The more, the better).

·         PLEASE tell me your aircraft in when you reply to this post.

·        You must complete a short product review form after using the product.

·         You must be an EAA member.

·         You get to keep the product after you are done testing it.

We’ll be having other opportunities to test products coming up so keep checking back to www.oshkosh365.org forums for more posts.  You’ll see the outcome of this test work starting in January in Sport Aviation.

Thanks for volunteering,

Charlie Becker

Director, EAA Member Programs



Built Sonex, Own J-3 Cub
Roger Messenger
Homebuilder or Craftsman
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Posts
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#2 Posted: 10/28/2009 17:36:36

Charlie,

I currently fly a M20R about 12 to 20 hours per week.  Both IFR and VFR.

 

Roger Messenger

 

 



Roger Messenger
Mike Edwards
Vintage Aircraft Association MemberYoung Eagles Pilot or Volunteer
130
Posts
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#3 Posted: 10/28/2009 18:39:37

I'd like to try.  I fly a Beechcraft Debonair.  Definitely will be flying during the next three weeks.

Mike Edwards



Heather Gollnow
AirVenture Volunteer
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Posts
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#4 Posted: 10/28/2009 18:45:04

I fly mostly a C172 VFR.  I'll volunteer!



The engine is the heart of an airplane, but the pilot is its soul. ~Walter Raleigh
Randy Powell
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#5 Posted: 10/28/2009 19:42:04

Charlie,

                I own and fly a 1969 Cherokee 140.   I fly VFR weekly  as much as possible .  Just love to fly,  the destination is unimportant.

Randy Powell



Michael Hester
Young Eagles Pilot or Volunteer
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Posts
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#6 Posted: 10/28/2009 20:49:38

I fly a Grumman AA-5A (Cheetah) both IFR and VFR and about 20 hours/month

 

Thanks!

 

Mike Hester



Brian O'Lena
Young Eagles Pilot or Volunteer
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Posts
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#7 Posted: 10/28/2009 21:33:51

Charlie,

I will be happy to help if you need another VFR Cherokee...

 

Brian O'Lena



Rick Daniels
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Posts
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#8 Posted: 10/29/2009 08:17:00

Flying my Rans S6S E-LSA.  Throw my hat in the ring.



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Jerry Rosie
Young Eagles Pilot or Volunteer
482
Posts
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#9 Posted: 10/29/2009 09:35:27

If an Aeronca 65LA would help, I'm in.

 



Cheers, Jerry NC22375 out of 07N
Doug MacDonald
Homebuilder or Craftsman
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Posts
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#10 Posted: 10/29/2009 09:53:32

I am building a Zenith CH-701 but am flying Cessna 172 and Citabria 7ECA to keep current  while building.  Flying about 5-10 hours a month to keep current.  VFR only.

 

Doug MacDonald

EAA 731479

Fort Frances, On, International Falls, MN



Doug M CH-701 Scratch Builder CH#1012, Fort Frances, ON International Falls, MN
Rick Nordgarden
Homebuilder or Craftsman
13
Posts
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#11 Posted: 10/29/2009 12:31:57

I'm flying a rented Citabria 8-10 hours a month (VFR only) while building my Dragonfly.



Eric Miller
Homebuilder or Craftsman
8
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#12 Posted: 10/29/2009 14:25:56

I fly an RV-4 VFR about 2-3 hours/week and ride to altitude in a BE99 as a professional skydiver for 4-7hrs/week.  Something to tinker with to pass the time on the way to altitude is always welcomed
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Egad, a BASE life defiles a bad age.
Thomas Smith
Young Eagles Pilot or Volunteer
2
Posts
1
#13 Posted: 10/29/2009 15:16:25

Charlie- I would like to help. I fly an Evektor  Sportstar from 1D2. I try to fly at least a couple hours every weekend.

Tom Smith



Dave Coan
Young Eagles Pilot or VolunteerHomebuilder or Craftsman
11
Posts
1
#14 Posted: 10/29/2009 17:03:45

Charlie,

cessna  172--vfr

piper arrow--vfr

Thanks

 

Dave Coan



Tim Sweeney
Young Eagles Pilot or VolunteerHomebuilder or Craftsman
2
Posts
0
#15 Posted: 10/29/2009 18:46:45

RV7A and Rans S6-ES 

8-10 hours/week - Central Florida

Tim Sweeney



Ronald Purvis
Homebuilder or Craftsman
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#16 Posted: 10/29/2009 18:51:47

HI Charlie,

     I fly a Cessna 152 that is IFR.  My mother-in-law was an instructor and i inherited it. Love to fly the approaches in practice.



Dave Desmon
Vintage Aircraft Association MemberWarbirds of America Member
1
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0
#17 Posted: 10/29/2009 18:53:59

Hi Charlie -

 

   I fly a 1948 Ryan Navion, and would love to help!

 

Dave Desmon



Gilbert Pierce
Vintage Aircraft Association MemberYoung Eagles Pilot or VolunteerHomebuilder or Craftsman
4
Posts
0
#18 Posted: 10/29/2009 18:54:28

I fly a Piper Clipper  PA16 on VFR cross countries, about 125 hours per year. I fly a Piper Vagabond around the local area about 25 hours per year.



William Sauter
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#19 Posted: 10/29/2009 19:29:21

Charlie,

I fly a Pitts S2B and a Maule M4, once or twice a week.

Bill Sauter

 

 



Ralph Gutowski
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#20 Posted: 10/29/2009 19:33:03

Charlie:

Please include me among the testers for this product.  I fly a 1957 Piper Tri-Pacer (PA22-150) that I just finished restoring from the frame up (picture shown at left).  We can do both IFR and VFR.

Ralph Gutowski    



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