So I realize that I’m a little ahead of the game when it comes to checklists and POH, but I’ve been hot and heavy into them at work for my job, and I decided to try my hand at the RV-7 version.
They are obviously preliminary, but I wanted them to look nice, because I’m considering selling them. Not for the content (which would come from the builder/pilots), but for all the fancy formatting that I’m really perfectionist about.
Let me know what you think of these, and if you think anyone would buy a custom checklist/POH.
The finished POH. (Pages are half sheets; 8.5" by5.5")
A closeup of the tabs.
Sample of Section 4, Normal Procedures
Sample of Section 8, Airplane Handling, Service, and Maintenance. (I know I spelled Maintenance wrong, and yes, it says section 11. I told you it was preliminary.
Keep in mind with the checklists that these are painfully detailed. These describe all tasks. I could certainly make a condensed version with just the highlights.
The three checklists.
A closeup of the emergency checklist
I teach ALARMS to all my students in case of an engine failure while airborne.
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1) Fix rivets in right elevator
2) Trim right elevator weight
3) Clean up HS cuts
4) Look for underdriven rivets
5) REBUILD RUDDER :-(
6) Finish riveting right rear spar
7) Replace rivet on inboard rear spar edge
8) Start on left wing
9) FB tips on emp 10) Wingtips
Hi, I like your check lists. How much do you want for a set?
Hakan Langebro, Simi Valley, CA. 7A in progress…
Hello Sir. Head over to http://alphazuluaerosports.com/products/custom-checklist/. It has all the information you need.
Are you selling the RV-7 POH’s yet?
Hey Russ, yes. Please check out http://alphazuluaerosports.com