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Velocity Owners and Builders Association (VOBA)

Welcome Velocity Enthusiasts

The Velocity Owners and Builders Association (VOBA) is dedicated to the safe building and flying of Velocity Aircraft. VOBA will promote the interests of Velocity owners and builders and represent our type of aircraft in the larger aviation community.

 

 

VOBA is a member of the Type Club Coalition (TCC). The TCC was started by the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) for the purpose of sharing information among the various aircraft-specific organizations.

 

The Velocity Owners and Builders Association encourages you to check out all useful sources of information on Velocity Aircraft, such as the factory's web site, the Velocity Wiki, the Facebook group, and the Reflector archive.

 

 
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Velocity News Fall 2016 issue available!

 

 In the Fall 2016 issue of VOBA's Velocity News:

• A South African 173 RG Elite

• Main Gear Heat Damage

• Building Community

• Builder Spotlight: Chris Davis

• Open House Videos: Powerplants part I

• Fireproofing Fuel & Oil Lines

• Chasing an Oil Leak

• Special Use Airspace

• Aircraft Updates

•  . . . and a lot more!

 

A big thanks to all of our contributors:

• Eduard Scholtz

• Andy Millin

• John McCoy

• Chris Davis

• Bill Hunter

• Jorge Bujanda

• Mark Riley

• Terry Schubert

• Scott Swing

• Marc Zeitlin

 

 A link to the full-color newsletter will automatically be delivered to members' email accounts. Log in now to get a download link. You can get the current and all past issues from the Documents section of this web site and the Newsletter Forum.

 
 

Conversations on the Forum

 
Oil Pressure and Temperature in a Velocity . . . Per the operator’s manual, the normal range of oil pressure in cruise for a Lycoming 540 is between 55 and 95 psi, with a minimum of 25 on idle and a maximum of 115 on cold startups. My IO540’s OP floats between 57 and 59 psi with an OT of 202 to 205ºF in cruise, with some deviation . . . 
 
Spar installation techniques . . . I am preparing to install the spar and am in need of a few tips. When I shim the spar such that the outboard hardpoints are straight up and down( plumb ), it tends to make . . . 
 
Alternator Problem . . .On a cc trip today, my alternator quit. I bought a new one, but that's not the problem. I have a Cessna split master and that failed before. I see 4v at the alternator switch. Can I wire the . . . .
 
 

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