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See you all again at Oshkosh 2015, same building and booth:

Building A, Booth 1063

You can also pick up our Stick Grips at our distributors Aircraft Spruce (Bldg. A, Booth 1022-1029; & Bldg. D, Booth 4113-4114), and Gulf & Pacific Coast Avionics booths.

And, you can also see our Stick Grips in Aerotronics, Composite Design, TCW, Trio-Avionics and Vertical Power's booth.

WOW -- Oshkosh 2014 was my 31st Oshkosh, 29th year staying with the same lady, my 27th year exhibiting, and my wife's 24th year of both going to Oshkosh AND helping me exhibit ( she's always a TREMENDOUS help ) !!!


Products Available:

You've spent years and thousand$ on your dream machine! Do you imagine flying your Pride and Joy with a Military Style Stick Grip (HOS), or just a ski pole or dowel rod with a cheap switch stuck in the top of it!?!

 

What Else -- click here if you want to know What Else is going on here at INFINITY Aerospace.

Our Infinity 1 Retractable Main Landing Gear (designed per FAR Part 23) also fits the Long-EZ, Cozy III, Cosy, Cozy MK-IV, AeroCanard and other canard aircraft up to 2200 lbs. Speed increases a demonstrated 12+%! Can you think of any other improvement that pays for itself so dramatically in so many ways?

INFINITY Aerospace also designed and produced the Retractable Main Landing Gear prototype for the Glassic Composite (now company is renamed KLS) prototype SQ 2000 !;

We also designed the original 3400 lb. GW Maverick Twin Air prop aircraft Retractable Oleo Strut Main Landing Gear ( we didn't do the nose strut ). To see two *.jpg pics, for a close-up, and for a 3/4's view!;

We also designed and had made the prototyhpe set of retracts for the 4560 lb. GW, 700 HP turbo-prop powered, Orion-TS Retractable Oleo Strut Landing Gear for Orion Aviation;

We also designed the Retractable Oleo Strut Landing Gear for the 6300 lb. GW, 700 HP turbo-prop powered, Golden Arrow for Abaris Aircraft ;

We also designed the Retractable Oleo Strut Landing Gear and outriggers, and had 3 prototype sets made, for South Korea's NASA's 2425 lb. GW Smart UAV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHW8_bEJN2Y&sns=em ;

We should be starting a Retractable Oleo Strut Landing Gear design, then production, for a 12,500 lb. GW sub-orbital aircraft soon;

We are the designer and manufacturer of Retractable Oleo Strut Landing Gear for 2 major aerospace companies for aircraft under 12,500 lbs. Gross Weight;

Many more designs are forthcoming (all designed per FAR Part 23). Contact us ANY afternoon Pacific Time M-F if you need Retractable Landing Gear designed ( using Solid Works 3D CAD program, and COSMOS Works FEA ) and / or manufactured ( using the latest CNC mils, lathes and CAM Software available ) for your custom design.


Here are other products that we have that everyone needs ( price, specs, data, and parts list are all subject to change without notice ):

  • We have two custom models of Internally Locking Actuators that mechanically lock on either end, and can be designed, integrated and manufactured specifically for your needs for ANY actuating job application, and not just for aircraft landing gear.
  • All-in-one electric Pre-Oiler _AND_ Back-Up Engine Oil Pump ( a logical MUST have for *ALL* engines, not just for aircraft engines ). Check out these VERY informative short 2+ minute Aeroshell Answers videos concerning which oil to use, proper oil temps, preserving your engine, pre-heating your engine, oil filters, and oil analysis, all of these go hand-in-hand with the need to Pre-Oil your engine ( if they don't load, hit F5 to refresh your screen ):



    Click here for Installation Schematic How this Pre-Oiler / Back-Up Oil Pump works -- when you turn your Master Switch ON, the Electric Oil Pump turns ON, sucks oil out of your oil pan, and pressurizes your Engine Oil Pressure to about 55 PSI *before* engine start, Pre-Oiling the entire engine -- remember, 87+% of engine wear for ANY engine is from just simply starting the engine because of bare metal to metal contact. After you see about 15+ PSI on your Oil Pressure Gage ( which takes about 18 to 30 secs -- I would let it run about 1 minute ), THEN start your engine. When the Engine Driven Mechanical Oil Pump catches up ( when it reaches above ~55 PSI ), the Electric Pre-Oiler Pump automatically shuts OFF via the Oil Pressure Switch ( see schematic ). And if the Engine Driven Mechanical Oil Pump were to ever fail ( which does happen all too often ), the Electric Pre-Oiler Pump comes ON as an Electric Back-Up Oil Pump because of this Oil Pressure Switch. You can also use the Oil Pump to keep your engine lubed during construction, down for maintenance, or during long down times of not flying. You could even have an external power supply and a timer turn it ON to keep your engine lubed during a vacation trip or during maintenance periods just like you do for the battery. For Pre-Oiler, Pressure Switch, and Lever Lock Toggle Switch Order Form, click here for interactive Excel File

    You are already flying with 2 spark plugs, 2 ignition systems and 2 fuel pumps, sooo why are you flying with just 1 oil pump?!? Why seize your $30,000+ engine and / or crash your Pride and Joy *just* because your Engine Driven Mechanical Oil Pump fails?!?!? And just because it's never happened to you before doesn't mean it won't! Besides, it saves on engine wear every time you start the engine -- ANY engine. Also, you can keep your engine Pre-Oiled during construction, during non-flying/maintenance times, and when you go on vacation via a timer!

    Wondering which Pre-Oiler / Back-Up Oil Pump to choose?
            The 3 lb. GP-301 Intermittent Duty model could probably be considered Continuous Duty for aircraft because it should work just fine running for several hours straight as a Back-Up Oil Pump. And it will eventually pump very cold oil at start-up in very cold climates, too.
            BUT, if you are operating over mountains a lot, and / or operating in extremely cold weather a lot, and / or flying over water a LOT, and / or flying over wooded areas a LOT, I would *strongly* recommend the GP-312 model [ it's just 3 more lbs., and this is the model I use -- take the extra 3 lbs. of weight out off yourself :-) ] :

    { A few definitions: VDC = Volts Direct Current ; PSI = Pounds per Square Inch ; GPM = Gallons Per Minute ; LPM = Liters Per Minute ; AMP = Amps or Current ; CB = Circuit Breaker ; N.O. = Normally Open ; N.C. = Normally Closed ; S & H = Shipping and Handling ; CA = California }

    GP301-12 ( click here for a *.jpg with dimensions ) -- 12 VDC / 60 PSI / 3 GPM - 11.4 LPM / 10 AMP CB / weight 3 lbs. Gear Pump for use as a Intermittent Duty Pre-Oiler and Back-Up Oil Pump; or for the transfer of Lube Oil, Diesel Fuel, Antifreeze and Water; bronze gears / stainless shafts, brass pump body with lip seal; -8 AN fittings -- $302.00 each via cash, check or money order / $315.00 each credit card price ( MasterCard or Visa ONLY, BUT we prefer checks ), plus S & H , and CA Sales Tax ( if you live in CA ).

    GP301-24 ( click here for a *.jpg with dimensions ) -- 24 VDC / 60 PSI / 3 GPM - 11.4 LPM / 10 AMP CB / weight 3 lbs. Gear Pump for use as a Intermittent Duty Pre-Oiler and Back-Up Oil Pump; or for the transfer of Lube Oil, Diesel Fuel, Antifreeze and Water; bronze gears / stainless shafts, brass pump body with lip seal; -8 AN fittings -- $302.00 each via cash, check or money order / $315.00 each credit card price ( MasterCard or Visa ONLY, BUT we prefer checks ), plus S & H , and CA Sales Tax ( if you live in CA ).

    GP312-12 ( click here for a *.jpg with dimensions ) -- 12 VDC / 60 PSI / 3 GPM - 11.4 LPM / 15 AMP CB / weight 6 lbs. Gear Pump for use as a Continuous Duty Pre-Oiler and Back-Up Oil Pump; or for the transfer of Lube Oil, Diesel Fuel, Antifreeze and Water; bronze gears / stainless shafts, brass pump body with lip seal; -8 AN fittings -- $489 each via cash, check or money order / $509.00 each credit card price ( MasterCard or Visa ONLY, BUT we prefer checks ), plus S & H , and CA Sales Tax ( if you live in CA ).

    GP312-24 ( click here for a *.jpg with dimensions ) -- 24 VDC / 60 PSI / 3 GPM - 11.4 LPM / 15 AMP CB / weight 6 lbs. Gear Pump for use as a Continuous Duty Pre-Oiler and Back-Up Oil Pump; or for the transfer of Lube Oil, Diesel Fuel, Antifreeze and Water; bronze gears / stainless shafts, brass pump body with lip seal; -8 AN fittings -- $489 each via cash, check or money order / $509.00 each credit card price ( MasterCard or Visa ONLY, BUT we prefer checks ), plus S & H , and CA Sales Tax ( if you live in CA ).

    0166-408 ( click here for a *.jpg with dimensions ) -- 12 or 24 VDC ( same switch ) weighing only 2.6 ox.; factory pressure set at 55 +/-7.25 PSI, adjustable via a set screw; N.C. diaphragm Pressure Switch with an adjustment range of 14.5 PSI to 145 PSI so you can custom set your Pressure Switch for your minimum engine oil pressure, with a maximum press of 4350 PSI, that has a 1/8" male NPT with zinc plated steel body. Oil Pressure Switch function is to turn the Pre-Oiler OFF when your engine oil pressure from your engine driven mechanical oil pump reaches minimum operating pressure, and turns ON the Pre-Oiler as a Back-Up Oil Pump if the engine driven mechanical oil pump ever fails and the engine oil pressure drops below ~60 PSI ( for example, or whatever you set for your minimum engine oil pressure ) -- $70.00 each via cash, check or money order / $72.80 each credit card price ( MasterCard or Visa ONLY ), plus S & H , and CA Sales Tax ( if you live in CA ).

    633-1905 ( click here for a *.jpg ) -- ON / OFF / ( Mom ON ) SPDT Lever-Lock Toggle Switch to by-pass the Oil Pressure Switch and operate the Pre-Oiler and / or Back-Up Oil Pump independently, if necessary. This switch is not just another toggle switch, it's a Lever-Lock Toggle Switch, which means you can not bump the switch into the ON position like you can with other standard toggle switches -- $20.00 each via cash, check or money order / $20.80 each credit card price ( MasterCard or Visa ONLY ), plus S & H , and CA Sales Tax ( if you live in CA ).
  • Canard and Non-canard GREEN / RED / BLUE lighted Retract Handle with DPDT Lever Lock Gear Switch ( 12 VDC / 7.5 amp ;or 24 VDC / 4 amp ) -- when the gear is DN, the gear handle LED light is GREEN; Gear in Transit or is Unsafe -- or the Canard Retract Handle and Switch is in the Center OFF position -- the LED light in the gear handle is RED; Gear UP the gear handle LED light is OFF, or BLUE like amphibian planes do ( your choice ).
    * With our Solid State Black Box ( connects into your Panel Lights for dimming, and to your Warning Horn, too ) for tricycle retractable canards (LGS-C-BB), and other tricycle ( or just the main gear ) retractable planes (LGS-NC-BB) [ NOT required for just canard retractable nose struts ], you now have redundant lights for all 3 retractable gear ( or redundant lights just for the main gear ). So, if a GREEN gear light burns out, and you have a GREEN light in the Lighted Gear Switch Handle, you won't wonder if that gear with no GREEN light is really DN, therefore you won't need to raise your gear and belly your plane in -- Safety Feature -- cheap insurance comparied to bellying your plane in just because you're not sure if the gear bulb is burned out and you elect to raise the gear per POH. Same goes for the BLUE UP gear lights, and the BLUE gear handle light -- you now also have gear UP redundancy so you don't have to wonder if all your gear is really UP -- Safety Feature. Like the redundancy aircraft engines have with 2 spark plugs per cylinder, 2 ignition systems, 2 fuel pumps, and 2 oil pumps ( if you have our Pre-Oiler/Back-Up Oil Pump ), you finally now have redundancy of knowing if your landing gear is really DN!
    Also with our Solid State Black Box, when your retractable gear is in Transit or is Unsafe, the RED LED in the gear handle will flash after 15 seconds and the Warning Horn will sound.  Pressing the Warning Horn Defeat Button will silence the horn, but for only 15 seconds, then it will sound again – this pattern of solid RED LED and flashing RED LED after 15 seconds with Warning Horn will continue until the gear is either UP or DN.  BUT, you can disable the Warning Horn by holding the Warning Horn Defeat Button for 2 seconds -- it resets when the Lighted Gear Switch is cycled.
    * Now canard builders with just the retractable nose strut can have their Nose Gear Lights in the Lighted Gear Switch (LGS-C-12C or LGS-C-24C) handle in parallel with their retractable nose strut GRB LED.  So, if the gear GREEN LED light is out and the LGS handle LED is GREEN, you know the retractable nose strut is really DN (same goes for UP) – Safety Feature ; AND, have a Lever Lock Gear Switch ( like what is required in military and certified production aircraft ) which cannot accidentally be bumped causing the gear switch and therefore, the nose strut, to come UP when you don't want it to -- Safety Feature.  AND, have a wheel for the Lighted Gear Switch Handle like certified aircraft are required to have per FAR, and as do military aircraft. Also, this switch has an OFF position in the middle so you can partially extend or retract your Canard retractable nose strut.
    * Can be Field Approved for use in production aircraft with, or without, retracts (LGS-NC-BB) -- Safety Feature.
    * Can be added to both NON-retractable production AND NON-retractable (LGS-NC-BB) Sport Aircraft so you can practice putting the gear switch UP and DN to help keep yourself current when not flying retractable gear aircraft, or for practicing for the day you transition to retractable aircraft and you'll have the training ingrained into your mind -- Safety Feature.
    * The GREEN / RED LED light in the gear handle can be changed to different colors ( such as GREEN / BLUE for amphibians ), or GREEN / RED / BLUE – your choice ( this is what I did in my Infinity 1 ).  Pre-wired with 2 feet each of 22 gage GREEN, RED, BLUE and BLACK wires.
    ** The Canard Lighted Gear Switch (LGS-C-12C or LGS-C-24C) for just the retractable nose strut withOUT the Solid State Black Box cost is only $150.00 each via cash, check or money order / $156.00 each via credit card price ( MasterCard or Visa ONLY ). Orders are now being delivered. For Canard Retract Handle with DPDT Lever Lock Gear Switch Order Form, click here for interactive Excel File
    ** The NON-Canard Lighted Gear Switch (LGS-NC-12C or LGS-NC-24C) for tri-cycle, or just main, retractable gear withOUT the Solid State Black Box cost is only $150.00 each via cash, check or money order / $156.00 each via credit card price ( MasterCard or Visa ONLY ). Orders are now being delivered. For NON-Canard Retract Handle with DPDT Lever Lock Gear Switch Order Form, click here for interactive Excel File
    ** The Lighted Gear Switch WITH our Solid State Black Box for Canard (LGS-C-BB) and NON-Canard (LGS-NC-BB) tricycle, or just main retractable, aircraft cost is only $200.00 each via cash, check or money order / $208.00 each via credit card price ( MasterCard or Visa ONLY ). For Retract Handle with DPDT Lever Lock Gear Switch and Solid State Black Box Order Form, click here for interactive Excel File
  • Click Bond aircraft fasteners. Info -- the 10-32 thread x 0.5" long x 5/8" OD base Click Bond fasteners made from 300 Series Crest Stainless Steel ( capable of 500 lbs. of pull and 1200 lbs. of shear ) for mounting canard ailerons and rudders (and for mounting other items in any aircraft, composite or metal ) are only $0.50 each via cash, check or money order / $0.52 each credit card price ( MasterCard or Visa ONLY ), plus $3 S & H, and CA Sales Tax ( if you live in CA ). You will need 14 per winglet, and 7 per aileron ( 42 total ), unless you lengthen the ailerons longer than 7.2" like other canard mfg. have done. Then you should add a 4th aileron hinge like Dick Rutan and I have done ( for my Infinity 1 ), meaning you will need 9 Click Bonds per aileron ( 46 total ). Also, make your rudders full span to the top of the Winglet, then add the 2" cap at the top (or don't add the cap, your choice). Dick said he wished he would have done this -- it would have been easier to build and retrofit [ OBTW -- my rudders operate like a Full Span Split Flap, but in the vertical -- only one side comes out, hence no more Rudder control locks needed for parking, and I have more Rudder authority during turns, and speed brakes during landing (call any afternoon PT for more details) ]. Also, do NOT put the spring in-line with the Hidden Rudder System. If you attach the rudder cable to the rudder pedals where they are supposed to be, the spring will not be needed -- and NEVER let a spring control rudder deployment. Call me any afternoon PT if you have any questions. For Click Bond Order Form, click here for interactive Excel File
  • Area 51 Poster -- 24" x 36" color poster ; only $11.00 each via cash, check or money order / $11.50 each via credit card price ( MasterCard or Visa ONLY ), plus S & H , and CA Sales Tax ( if you live in CA ).
  • Aurora Bearing -- Aurora is the same source for other vendors, but we have the lowest prices.
  • Smalley Retaining Rings .
  • SwageLok hydraulic and fuel fittings. They have the lowest leak rate in the industry, no flaring needed and costs less than AN fittings. Check their web site for your local dealer, or we can get them for you, but for a little $more$ than your local vendor.
  • Custom Retract Landing Gear Design for ANY aircraft. Call ANY afternoon or evening for a quote and details;
  • Rolls of Fiberglass ( *.htm ) for a fraction of the cost! 7781 / .009" thick / 8.92 oz. per sq. yd. E-Glass used in Lancair's and Glasair's; and 120 / .004" thick / 3.16 oz. per sq. yd. E-Glass used to cover wood props and model airplane wings.
  • PLEASE NOTE -- many (most?) of you already know this, but we just learned (Nov. 2009) what the extra credit card "fees" credit card (CC) companies are charging us vendors! IF your Visa or MasterCard is a company / corporate CC, a foreign CC, a Rewards CC, and / or your Billing Address for your CC is wrong, and / or your Billing Address is a Post Office Box (POB), they charge us vendors an extra 4% !!! Therefore, if you are using one of these type of CC's, and / or your Billing Address is wrong, and / or it's a POB, there will be an extra small charge.

     

    Future Products coming:

  • Throttle Handle and Quadrant ( HOT = Hands-On-Throttle ) 1, 2 or 3 lever(s); 7 to 13 switches / 19 functions. Now, with our HOS ( our Stick Grip ), you have a true HOTAS and can clear off your panel of switches ( almost ) with Safety of Flight items finally at your finger tips ; left and / or right hand models, or center cockpit models, with individual lever friction adjustment for single seat, tandem or side-by-side aircraft (co-pilot has same switch functions); mounts in left, right or center console(s), or on the panel; 1 or 2 levers can be removed if not needed, such as for those not having a Constant Speed Prop, or those who have a Computer Controlled Fuel Injection System ( click here for CAD ISO views and for CAD dimensions of our HOT ). Features besides the switches in the handle ( now you don't need an Audio Panel, saving you ~$1500 to $2500+ ) -- when you advance the Throttle Handle, it drags the Mixture and Prop levers forward for you ( of course you can push them up yourself ), preventing fuel starvation ( and stall/spin ) if you forget the mixture, and preventing engine and / or prop over-speed ( saving you $10,000 to $20,000+ from an engine and / or prop overhaul ) if you forget the prop lever, because of a go-around -- kinda like having a Poor Man's FADEC ( saving you ~$7500 to $10,000+ ), but you can still pull the Mixture aft for leaning and engine UN-flooding, and pull the Prop Lever aft to exercise the prop and set cruise RPM at altitude; you can set the Mixture Lever with the Mixture Set Thumb Screw for higher altitude takeoff's; Mixture Lever has a Cutoff Safety Feature to keep the pilot from inadvertently shutting the engine off; if you don't have a constant speed Prop for some reason, you can remove the Prop Lever, or better yet, use it as a Manual Pitch Trim Lever or Carb Heat Lever or Cowl Flaps Lever or Alternate Air Lever; each lever has it's own Friction Adjustment with a clicking / ratcheting effect like a vernier does ( set each levers friction, and you never need to mess with Lever Friction again ! ), but one lever does NOT move the other lever as in other certified quadrants; built-in adjustable Knee Board and chart LED Map Lights molded into the corners of the handle; "Throttle Near Idle Switch" that will warn you, or even lower, your landing gear if your landing gear is not DN ( this switch is in series with a pressure switch Tee'd into the Pitot Static System set at 1.3 times stall speed ); "Throttle Above ~2100 RPM Switch" that will warn you if the Canopy is not latched, turn your Transponder ON, turn ON your Airframe Flight Time Clock [this feature is in series with a pressure switch Tee'd into the Pitot Static System set at Gross Weight (GW) stall speed], turn your Strobes ON ( this feature is in series with a pressure switch Tee'd into the Pitot Static System set at stall speed ), turn ON your Landing / Taxi Light [day or night] to help with runway incursion(s) [ the FAA is hot on this lately ], automatically retract your Speed Brakes &/or Flaps [ Flaps retract at GW stall speed ], allow the landing gear to come UP ( this switch is in series with a pressure switch Tee'd into the Pitot Static System set at 1.3 times stall speed ); and / or control whatever else you want. UPDATE: The prototypes ( click here for pics of the Left Prototype, and click here for cockpit pics of the front HOT being installed ) were a big hit at Sun 'N Fun and Oshkosh ! Pricing looks to be between $1200 and $1400 all wired up -- you will spend at least that much ( probably MORE ! ) doing everything separately yourself, and you will NOT have all the HOT features we offer ( you will save weight AND panel space, too, besides costs ); AND, our HOT could save you over $32,500 [ now you can afford to buy that EFIS you always wanted :-) ]. We will also have a version for Turbine Aircraft so the prop will go to Beta. And if there is enough interest, we will make a HOT for twin engine aircraft, too. We hope to have the single engine units ready SOON ( only $50K more to raise for the production tooling )! NOTE -- we are now taking $100 deposit orders and will notify you when they are ready. The first 100 orders will be priced lower at ~$1000 each. For HOT Deposit Order Form, click here for interactive Excel File

  • Steerable or castering ( builders choice ) Oleo Nose Strut ( *.gif ) for Canards with a 11.5" diameter Lamb type / style and size tire with attached Mud Fender that will lift a 2200 lb. GW Canard aircraft from the grazing or kneeled grazing position with 4 people, full gas and baggage -- and the actuator internally mechanically locks DOWN ( actuator will remain mechanically locked DOWN even with loss of hydraulic pressure -- a Safety Feature ). Our Oleo Nose Strut System weighs less and costs less than the present fiberglass nose strut system with electric nose lift, and can be operated off dirt, grass and non-paved runways / fields. It is steerable up to +/- 25 degrees, then will break out into a 360 degree caster. The plan is for the Oleo Nose Strut to simply drop into NG-30 were the plans fiberglass retractable nose strut goes -- little fiberglass work will be required. We will have rudder pedal drawings, too, or maybe make them and have them available. Just finishing the steerable oleo nose strut and rudder pedal drawings now. Pricing looks to be around $1200. And, yes -- I know -- it's been taking a while -- years, in fact -- but I've been *REAL* busy with other projects ( as you can well see from reading my web site and all the links ) and trying to make a living -- I'm not made of money, dontcha know. AND, as only -- apparently -- some of you well know, money drives everything, but we hope to have the drawings and prototype done soon ( only $15k more to raise to finish the drawings and prototype ).
  • JD's Black Box -- I have dreamed of a BLACK BOX for General Aviation (GA) Aircraft as long as I have been flying ( my frist flight I was only 6 days old ). This BLACK BOX I have dreamed of for so many years is a simple Central Computer to help relieve the pilot of some of the tedious, mundane duties not directly involved with actually flying the aircraft but must be remembered – a safety issue with me and most pilots. Better cars and other transportation vehicles have had such on-board computer controlled features for many years. It is simply amazing that GA aircraft are still basically based on 1930's technology in most ways. The airliners and military aircraft are somewhat automated. Why isn't GA? This paper is to plan out that dream, and then to make this dream a reality. If you have ANY inputs, please let me know!
            First, the goal and how to achieve it. The purpose of this point paper is to document the design review of my desired BLACK BOX functions, assist in the design of the logic flow chart, and to assist in the actual design and manufacture of the BLACK BOX to build it. Important: This, or any other BLACK BOX, needs to have separate internal system cards so that any one or more system failures will not stop the proper function of the remaining aircraft systems. Another beauty of having independent cards, if the builder/pilot does not want to hook up and / or allow a system to be automatically controlled by the BLACK BOX, s/he can do so by just shutting the switch OFF. This BLACK BOX should also have a test mode to verify it's proper operation before each flight, and have a setting for maintenance checks so it can be tested in conjunction with gear swings, airspeed checks, throttle position, etc. < BIG snip

  •         NEWS FLASH -- I just came across this company ( 08/14/2007 ) who has an *excellent* start on what I've always wanted in my JD's Black Box for sooo long! They seem to be amenable to adding most any additional feature a pilot would want, as long as it benefits most all pilots -- not one-offs. Contact Marc Ausman via e-mail outlining what you want for additions. Just go to Vertical Power's web site to be WOW'd!

  • Confor Seat Foam and Cockpit Insulation;

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INFINITY Aerospace   ( Please note the different ZIP Codes between Mailing and Shipping addresses! )
Mailing Address via US Post Office ( USPS ):  P. O. Box 12275, Dept. HP   El Cajon, CA  92022
Physical Location and mailing via USPS; and shipping address via UPS, FedEX, DHL, etc.:  1750 Joe Crosson Drive, #D-2   El Cajon, CA  92020
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Infinity 1 Quick Build Kit Canard Sport Aircraft
Retractable Main Landing Gear for Canards
Military Style Stick Grips (HOS)


To find out more about INFINITY Aerospace and our other products, we are here M - F, 0900 to 1130, lunch and errands is 1130 to 1330 [ so be here by 1129 if you want to go along for lunch :-) ], then 1330 to 2100+ Pacific Time (PT) { BUT, afternoons after 1400, and early evenings, is the best time to call }. Also, we are usually here Sat & Sun in the afternoons ( but you should phone before the weekend first ! ). The phone is usually answered by the 4th ring, or leave your request on the voice-mail, or try back again in the afternoon PT. Or, e-mail us at:  Click Here ; Or, call or stop by on Barber Shop Day, Tuesday afternoon's, 1400 to 1700 Pacific Time ( JD tries to be here then );
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