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  1. The hatrack and cargo box in my Avid Flyer C. Made out of synthetic leather glued on thin aluminium sheets. The box is as big it can be but still not interfering with the aileron pushrods at folded position. Perfect to store loose parts in the box and bags on the hatrack. The hatrack is easy removable to be able to fold wings. A cargo net could be used to secure the bags or stop them from falling on to your neck. 
  2. Folks, an acquaintance has a MkIV Speed Wing kit he bought new in 92.  The only thing that he did on it was paint the fuselage.  No engine but has the 3 blade wooden prop of the time..  Hit me up w/serious inquiry and I'll refer you.  He's not put it on the market yet but definitely wants to sell it.  Asking $6500  Located in Harrisonburg VA.
  3. Hi, I just bought an Avid Mark IV with a 582 and am about to make take my first flight.  I've been doing a lot of taxiing since I don't have any tail-wheel time and am comfortable so far.  
    Can anyone tell me what the operating temps should read, CH and water temp?  Also What should my approach speed be for landing and flare?  What is the stall speed?
    The previous owner said he flew by "feel" and never looked at the gauges.  
  4. Currenlty 99 hours on airframe and rotax 582. Many upgrades, wide bush landing gear and tires, electronic trim tab, airplane specific trailer. Going slow it takes me 10 minutes to transform from on the trailer to ready to fly and vice versa. Folded Length is 238 inches width is 100 inches, fits in most single car garages. I'm 6'1" 160lbs and fit with room to spare. Ground adjustable IVO prop. Dual 13.5 gallon gas tanks which are ok to use ethanol gas in, I have only run ethonal free premium. 527lbs empty, 1050 Gross. Very clean airplane.  The builder and original proud owner of this plane has many posts and pictures from the build on this website, search "High Country" which is his website handle.  $19,000 obo trade for 2007 or newer toyota tundra
    Plane is located in Bigfork MT just outside of Kalispell.


  5. Fresh annual, brand new blue head 582 installed, 115 TTAF.  For more details and photos:

  6. All,
    I will be removing the floats on my Avid and putting on the bungee gear, so I can fit it into the garage for the winter. I have watched a video on the procedure for a kitfox. Chain hosted the nose while supporting the tail. 
    What would be the best lifting point on the nose? 
    Any other tips greatly appreciated.