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Dan's Bearhawk Soob

Dan starting his SVX Soob in his Bearhawk


 


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Franks Bearhawk Engine Test Run
LS1 firewall forward engine package with Geared Drives spur gear PSRU built for Frank's Bearhawk airframe. Test run after 5 minutes at idle produced 145 degrees, 15 minutes 150 degrees, 20 minutes 160 degrees. When brought up to 2000 RPM the engine cooled back down to 155 degrees! We have the right cooling combination and we can make auto engines run as cool as you would like in this configuration.





Bearhawk Fuselage Rotisserie
My design of a fuselage rotisserie for welding and fuselage work using the ideas of others.





Bearhawk Spin Testing
Eric Newton and Instructor Lee Taylor are spin testing Eric's Bearhawk.





Saying Goodbye to my Bearhawk
This is the last time I saw my homebuilt Bearhawk N57EN (Miss'ippi Mudbug) .This is the first time I have ever seen it fly with someone else at the controls. I sold it and here it is flying off into the clouds as Lee Taylor starts on his journey to deliver it to it's new owner in Canada. One last low pass over the runway and then off into the clouds. Sad day for me.





Forming a Profiled Rib for a Bearhawk Part 1
These videos describe the process I used in creating profiled ribs for the horizontal and vertical stabilizers for my Bearhawk aircraft project. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)





Dan Shilling Bearhawk
Dan takes us on a tour of his project





Bearhawk Airplane ride
Take a ride in our amateur built Bearhawk airplane the "Miss'ippi Mudbug. We take off and land this taildragger from a grass airstrip and fly along the Mississippi Gulf Coast..





Dominator Tandem.flv
A Dominator tandem gyrocopter being demonstrated at a microlight open day at Hamilton New Zealand. The owner and pilot is Grant Simpson . He told me a single seater is even better for manoeuvering. It has a turbocharged Sub4 engine and an Autoflight gear reduction gearbox. These were made by Neil Hintz at Autoflight in New Zealand





Geared Drives 200Z PSRU For Subaru
At the time this was the worlds only Subaru on an RV9A using a hydraulic constant speed prop. This prototype unit has all of the same features of the original Geared Drives PSRU including its own oil reservoir, oil pump and filtration system, drive port for hydraulic prop governor, and flywheel and centrifugal clutch assembly. This airplane with the P2 prototype Geared Drives PSRU can be seen at Sun n Fun Air Show, Lakeland, FL, April 21-26, 2009. Look for the Geared Drives booth N52 for directions the aircraft location.





Bearhawk Fuselage Rotisserie Part 3
An addition to my rotisserie to make the front and back incrementally adjustable..





Bearhawk Float Install
A video of Rob Taylor's AvIpro Bearhawk project float installation. This a an overview of a float installation on an experimental aircraft. This depicts one owners efforts and serves only as a brief description of the of the installation process. If you are smart enough to build an airplane, then you know that installing floats is a complex project that shouldn't be taken lightly. None of the details shown on this video have been endorsed by the designer Bob Barrows or AviPro aircraft.





First Flight of my Experimental Super Cub (Alt Ending)
The big day finally came! I have been working on this plans built Super Cub for over 5 years. What a great feeling to fly the airplane you built with your own hands! This alternate version of the video uses a different camera for the ending, less shaky. Read more about my project on www.supercubproject.com.





Bearhawk STOL demonstration part 2
Bob Barrows demonstrates the Bearhawk STOL capabilities - slip to landing in Proto1 at Fincastle VA





Velocity Subaru SVX Turbo
First extended run on N6425M with 6 Cylinder Subaru SVX turbocharged- full ignition at 1:48





Forming a Profiled Rib for a Bearhawk Part 2
These videos describe the process I used in creating profiled ribs for the horizontal and vertical stabilizers for my Bearhawk aircraft project. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)





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