Builder Tip #90 from HomebuiltHELP 
Here are the Parts we use for plumbing an aircraft's Pitot-Static system
We review the components you need to plumb the Pitot - Static system of your Homebuilt
Planning the complete pitot-static system in your aircraft requires the selection of lots of tubing and connectors to provide connection to instruments on your panel. The journey begins at a pitot tube, maybe on the wing, and ends somewhere under the panel. A somewhat parallel but separate run is needed for the static system.

This week's Tip looks at the backbone of the system: the plastic tubing that is often used and the myriad of connectors that terminate the tubing and facilitate routing through the aircraft body. Using the right connectors and tubing can make the job simple, affordable and reliable. Take a look:

Selecting the best tubing
Choosing connectors for system
What is involved with Licensing your Experimental Aircraft?  
Building your homebuilt is the fun and rewarding part... but  getting it licensed  quickly and correctly the first time.. that can be stressful and frustrating... however, we have the  perfect solution!

Our DVD will walk you through each step to successfully license your experimental amateur homebuilt aircraft. While you can learn this process from reading books and doing your own research, we make it  easier, quicker and less stressful  by allowing our instructor to explain the details to you in an easy to understand format.
When  to start the licensing process

How to choose your N number -  instantly  online using your computer

What is the difference between  reserving  and  registering ?

Where do I obtain the necessary FAA forms?

How long does it take to have the paperwork processed?

What are the common problems that delay the paperwork?

What happens during the  inspection  process?

How can I prepare for the inspection?

Can I choose my inspector?

What is the inspector looking for?

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