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Paul C

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  1. Hey Group. I’m sure this discussion has come up before but can’t find the thread in the archives. I recall reading not all epoxy brands are compatible with the old EZ-poxy system. What epoxy is recommended and compatible with EZ-poxy? Thanks… Paul
  2. Greetings All. I'm in the process of overhauling my O-320-E2D and need a prop to do the runs & break-in. I'd rather not buy a new prop until I get closer to flying her and I'm about one year away... Would any of you be willing to sell me a prop (or dare I say...loan/rent me a prop so I can run this engine)? Thanks in advance... Paul
  3. I purchased a set of Long-EZ plans about 20 years ago and built up to chapter 8 (I think but it's been a long time). Then...I got married and started a family. Somehow, between work and family, the project took a back seat and (sadly) had to sell it. After 26 years of military service, I am retiring from the Air Force in September and decided it was time to revive my Long-EZ dream. So, I probably don't consider myself an "experienced" builder but I am an A&P and have pretty solid mechanical abilities (and I am eager to learn). With the A&P, I don't think a Repairman's Certificate is necessary (but I will do research just in case). The project came with a pretty extensive library of old Polaroid pictures and an "OK" builder's log...but I'm still going through the entire plane to check everything. The previous owner said he wired the plane exactly per the Aeroelectric guidance so that should make things a little easier to verify.
  4. I bought the Long-EZ listed on B-Stormers out of Livingston TX. What a great deal with O-320 engine! I'm still looking over everything but so far, everything looks phenomenally well built to plans.
  5. Greetings Group. About 20 years ago, I purchased a set of Long-EZ plans and starting building. As life goes, family and military obligations prevented me from devoting the time needed to see it to completion. Well...after 26 years of military service, I'm retiring and my wife decided to reward me with her stamp of approval to buy a partially completed Long-EZ. So, last week, I bought a Long-EZ project and trailered it back to Little Rock. I'm interested in connecting with other canard builders in this area. Thanks - Paul (Talon) Centinaro

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