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Old 01-22-2022, 06:23 PM
BruceW BruceW is offline
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Originally Posted by LR60 View Post
Finally getting around to posting some pics of my completed RV14.
Your panel has a pimple on the right side.
Just thought you should know.
Think they have medications for that.
Bruce W
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RV-14 in waiting
Elk Grove, CA
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Old 02-11-2022, 01:52 AM
Swiss14A Swiss14A is offline
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Default Finally our panel

Hi guys
Our RV flies and we finally come around to post some panel pictures. We planned to panel to fly from the left and right seat to accommodate the heights of my wife and myself I'll always sit in the right seat, she in the left. We are very happy with the Dynon solution so far. The panel is made by Advanced Quick Panel. The toggle switches are "the Hummel solution", we wanted them instead of the standard switch panel.

IMG_1267 by Fabian Hummel, on Flickr

IMG_1245 by Fabian Hummel, on Flickr

IMG_1932 by Fabian Hummel, on Flickr

IMG_1906 by Fabian Hummel, on Flickr
Alexandra & Fabian
RV14A HB-YAF, 140489, flying
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Old 02-24-2022, 04:54 PM
JET14 JET14 is offline
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Cool Final Panel CAD

It's a done deal...
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Old 03-19-2022, 01:25 PM
Jake14 Jake14 is offline
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still can't seem to abandon the round gauges :-)

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Old 04-09-2022, 06:47 PM
JET14 JET14 is offline
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Default Step 2

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Old 05-05-2022, 05:11 PM
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Default New RV14 Garmin panel

Complete Garmin panel and airframe wire job, headed back to builder for completion. I have included a couple of behind the panel shots as well.

Walt Aronow, DFW, TX (52F)

EXP Aircraft Services LLC
Specializing in RV Condition Inspections, Maintenance, Avionics Upgrades
Dynamic Prop Balancing, Pitot-Static Altmeter/Transponder Certification
FAA Certified Repair Station, AP/IA/FCC GROL, EAA Technical Counselor
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RV7A built 2004, 2000+ hrs, New Titan IO-370, Bendix Mags, MTV-9 prop
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Old 05-08-2022, 11:40 AM
Halleffect Halleffect is offline
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Walt, was there a particular reason that you mounted the remote COM on the pilot's side vs with the remote transponder?

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