Roy Morris, CBET

Roy Morris, CBET

51 years old
Male
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Conway
United States
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I am thinking of tying my front and rear hydraulic brakes together on my left foot pedal. Would like to get comments pro and con on doing this.

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    Roy Morris, CBET
    Roy Morris, CBET commented on Michael Reiter's picture.
    I am looking for gas tank like the one in the picture. Where can I locate one? I am guessing it is 12 to 14 gallons? Any help is appreciated!
    1 month ago
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    Roy Morris, CBET
    Roy Morris, CBET commented on Michael Reiter's picture.
    Where is the fuel tank from?
    1 month ago
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    Roy Morris, CBET
    Roy Morris, CBET I am thinking of tying my front and rear hydraulic brakes together on my left foot pedal. Would like to get comments pro and con on doing this.
    1 year ago
    • Kurt Crandell
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      Kurt Crandell I'm sure you are planning on using a proportioning valve to dial in the front to rear pressures. I think that is the way the factory boys do it. It should work fine. How are you coming on the rest of things? Some more pictures would be nice.
      1 year ago
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    wexford air
    wexford air commented on Roy Morris, CBET's picture.
    what does that weigh?
    1 year ago
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    Job Chithalan
    Job Chithalan commented on Roy Morris, CBET's picture.
    Wise choice! I was at Popham, when an Apollo trike with Suzuki G13BB from Air Trikes, won the the World Champions 2016 in weight-shift 2 seater class. Their engine conversions and PSRUs have been around for many years. The four cylinder engine is ...
    1 year ago
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    Roy Morris, CBET
    Roy Morris, CBET commented on Roy Morris, CBET's picture.
    I purchased the PRSU from Vassili Tarakanov (www.airtrikes.net).
    1 year ago
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    Job Chithalan
    Job Chithalan commented on Roy Morris, CBET's picture.
    Looks good! Have heard so much about Auto Engine Conversions using the GEO-Suzuki G13BB and G16B engines. Whick company made the PSRU?
    1 year ago
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    Roy Morris, CBET
    Roy Morris, CBET Don, it is a Suzuki G13BB fuel injected engine. Getting ready to install it.
    1 year ago
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    Don Butterworth
    Don Butterworth commented on Roy Morris, CBET's picture.
    Looking good Roy! SS muffler very nice. Is this a suzuki? I have a 1.3l I have been flying for several years. Best decision I ever made. Don B in PA
    1 year ago
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    Roy Morris, CBET
    Roy Morris, CBET commented on Roy Morris, CBET's picture.
    Engine almost complete!
    1 year ago
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    Roy Morris, CBET
    Roy Morris, CBET After watching the video everyone is talking about, I think it was an important video to show because one can always learn from it. It is a good topic to discuss for sure. I learned that for me the maneuver is too risky. I once almost landed on top of a Rockwell 114A with a Piper Warrior while on short final. If I hadn't taken evasive action we would have both been statistics. If this maneuver was discuss ahead of time and everyone knew what to expect that is one thing but if not and a trike flew right overhead I might try to perform an evasive emergency action that could end badly. If that happened who would be faulted? My two cents worth.
    1 year ago
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    Vassili Tarakanov
    Vassili Tarakanov has accepted Roy Morris, CBET's friend request.
    1 year ago
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    Roy Morris, CBET
    Roy Morris, CBET commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    Excellent idea. Putting one on my front landing gear. Now I need to look at the wing :0)
    1 year ago
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    Roy Morris, CBET
    Roy Morris, CBET commented on Rizwan Bukhari's Video.
    As George says, the KISS method is usually the best way to go 95% of the time. Then there is the 5% which a more complex system is more desirable. For instance, hacking around in the sky all you really need are basic instruments but, go on a cross ...
    1 year ago
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    Roy Morris, CBET
    Roy Morris, CBET commented on Tom Currier's picture.
    I used to do January 1 dives. Actually nothing like it! Have a dry suit now but I didn't always have it and man was it cold!
    1 year ago

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Biomedical Engineer for International Children's Heart Foundation. We travel the developing world to teach health care professionals to care for their own children's heart defects while performing life saving heart surgeries on children with congenital heart defects.

Places I work include Brazil, Ecuador, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Haiti, Iraq, Jamaica, Libya, Macedonia, Peru and Ukraine.

Ham radio operator - KC5ROY
Certified Master Diver

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