When William Wynne visited my project last year, he was driven over by Steve Glover of NVAero.com. At that time I was installing the engine baffling and alternator using washers for spacing. Steve generously offered to make them for me, but neither of us jumped on the project as there was no rush. This week I reconnected with Steve, only to find that he has relocated his planes and business from Corona to Chino because of major airport flooding that put his hangar under 9 feet of water in January. Despite the fact that he is still trying to get organized and fully moved in, Steve was kind enough to make my engine stand-offs today. It was great seeing him again and catching a vision of what he is doing for KR and Corvair builders through his new facility that promises to be state-of-the-art. Thanks so much, Steve. I owe you!
Five unique stand-offs for the starter, alternator and baffling
The reason I needed Steve's help
Not exactly a professional installation using washers