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4/20/19:  Yesterday we assembled the plane after everything was done being covered and painted. Aside from getting some cool photos, we did this so we could get a "phase" weight and balance. This far into the build, and just before arrival of the engine, it is critical to make sure we're on track with weight and stability. As is, it's looking like we'll be able to meet our goal of 750 lbs empty. As far as stability is concerned, we'll need to make sure the engine-related items are properly placed within the cowl. I have no real concerns, which is good, as the expected first flight should (hopefully) be sometime in June 2019.

Please note the rivet and panel line detail on the fiberglass wheel fairings.  The cowl for this particular plane is going to be aluminum and all fairings will eventually be offered in aluminum as an option to fiberglass.



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Timber Tiger Aircraft Ryan ST sport pilot eligible replica kit
Timber Tiger Aircraft Ryan ST sport pilot eligible replica kit
Timber Tiger Aircraft Ryan ST sport pilot eligible replica kit
Timber Tiger Aircraft Ryan ST sport pilot eligible replica kit
Timber Tiger Aircraft Ryan ST sport pilot eligible replica kit
Timber Tiger Aircraft Ryan ST sport pilot eligible replica kit
Timber Tiger Aircraft Ryan ST sport pilot eligible replica kit
Timber Tiger Aircraft Ryan ST sport pilot eligible replica kit