N6018Q

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About N6018Q

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  • Birthday 01/26/1966

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    : Louisiana
  • Interests
    Flying, fishing, scuba, woodworking
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    N6018Q
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    M20E

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  1. N6018Q

    Paid my deposit for paint today

    What is the reason for the small hinged door on the battery panel? BatteryMinder? Is that original to the plane? If not who can put that on mine? Right now I have to fish the pigtail for my battery minder out of the step opening after every flight. It seems a little door like that would be perfect.
  2. N6018Q

    Electric Fuel Pump

    +1 for Aeromotors http://www.aeromotorsllc.com/aeromotorsllc/products.aspx They did mine last year for ~$400. Fast service, excellent work, very responsive (especially for a relatively small operation).
  3. N6018Q

    Grease/Lube Coffee Grinder

    You may be able to get it off from the outside, but I assisted the A&P who did my annual with the reinstall and he had to get inside the tail to hold backup. Maybe mine was a one off....
  4. N6018Q

    Eye bolts

    Just means you've got too much car!
  5. I I understand Anthony's post, it has to be less than a gallon (Level 1). Unusable would be Level 2.
  6. Search "Raptor's LED Torpedo Retrofit"
  7. N6018Q

    ADSB... uAvionix

    Easy Installation Installation is as simple as replacing the aft aircraft position light. No airframe modifications or additional antennas are required. Works with any Mode C or Mode S transponder. Transponder data is provided via the existing aircraft wiring system using the Power Transcoder. tailBeacon uses the existing mounting location, breaker, and wiring. The installation requires 2 screws and reuses the existing power and ground to your current position light
  8. Sorry, Marauder, don't want to start a "pi$$ing" match, but I think Jose is really mild compared to Peter.
  9. Your level response and continued willingness to help has increased the already considerable respect I have for you, sir.
  10. N6018Q

    Fatal Carbon Monoxide Crash

    Its never constant, seems to vary between 0 and 6, mostly 4 or below. It doesn’t make any difference whether the heat is on or not. Of course I watch it much closer when the heat is on!
  11. N6018Q

    Fatal Carbon Monoxide Crash

    I have a SensorCon and I've never seen the ppm go above 10, regardless of phase of flight and position of heater knob.
  12. It's not barbecue, but you might want to try Copeland's of New Orleans at 1665 E Bert Kouns Industrial Loop, Shreveport, LA 71105
  13. Ever figure out how much you want for the starter?
  14. N6018Q

    See and Avoid

    I'm a low time (less than 200 hours) VFR only pilot who has now made several 488 nm trips from Oklahoma to Louisiana. I pass ~80 miles east of DFW and it is downright scary, to me, to see all the traffic in the area on my Stratus/ipad combo that neither I nor my passengers ever spot visually. I really don't think I would attempt that trip without either flight following or the Stratus. Am I over cautious? Maybe, but I agree with -S50 that "just pure see and avoid does not work."