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Dan's Bearhawk Soob

Dan starting his SVX Soob in his Bearhawk


 


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The desert Bearhawk Project: Center Rib Flanging
Flanging the center rib lightening holes and straightening the rib





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





Flight in Dan Shilling's Bearhawk September 2011
This is a short video of my flight with Dan Shilling this past fall in his Subaru-powered Bearhawk. Dan is the builder and owner of this experimental aircraft. It was a gorgeous fall day in Alaska. We departed Soldotna Airport (SXQ) and went around the local area, landing at Kasilof airstriip (5KS). I apologize for the quality of the video, I was using my PHD camera in video mode. It was fun!





Bending Longerons
Bending the lower longerons of a Bearhawk fuselage





Bearhawk Plans Storage and Use
One way of storing and using your Bearhawk plans.





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.





Full Construction Video with all the pictures
This 10 minute video file contains all the pictures I took during the construction of My RANS Coyote II S6-S. It actually took two years and 800 hours of building time, plus another 6 months or so to complete all the paperwork needed to fly. Once finished it flies beautifully. In here you will be able to see the techniques used in building this aircraft and hopefully it might encourage you to undertake such a project. Have fun. Enjoy!





Handy Little Tool
A neat, simple tool that comes in pretty handy.





Bearhawk First Flight
Bearhawk N10YB "Louisiana Crude" first flight took place the evening of 5/16/2010 at Blue Bird Hill (5F5). It was followed by HUGE Bearhawk GRIN and Margaritas!





Ursa Buteo at the Flight Line
Dan's BH with wings on





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





4130 Tubing - Welding Rod Test - Conclusion
My thoughts on the process. The welding rod may be important,, but it's the ability and practice that makes a strong joint. TIG or gas, all welding rods I used worked just fine. Practice, practice and more practice!!!





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.





Bearhawk Patrol - Part 1: Making rib jigs
I show how I make the jigs to make the ribs for the Bearhawk Patrol





Welding tubing clamps 2
Welding an EAA tubing clamp





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