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    Spacewalker II/Revolution II POH Information

    Hello All,

    Recently acquired a Spacewalker II and have been coming up short trying to find any sort of pilot's operating handbook information online as a guiding document.

    I understand it is up to the builder to write this document if they so choose, but unfortunately I believe it has been lost with previous owners. I was able to get in contact with the owner and he said anything he had with the aircraft was sold with it.

    I've reached out to Warner without luck, Serenity's website is not active, the Yahoo group is not active, and most of the other hints of info I've found on forums lead to dead ends... Don't want to give up which is why I am posting here.

    Does anyone have information like this or know of any builders/owners who might?

    My next step is trying to find possible owners based on the FAA Registry...

    Thanks for any insights or info you can share,
    John

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    You might end having to develop all the numbers yourself, as if this were a newly-completed aircraft. This could be pretty fun, and will help you get used to your new airplane. FAA Advisory Circular AC-90-89B ("Amateur-Built Aircraft and Ultralight Flight Testing Handbook") is a good guide.

    https://www.faa.gov/regulations_poli...mentID/1027429

    I've written a template for a Pilot's Handbook for the Bowers Fly Baby, a similar aircraft. Here's a PDF version:

    http://www.bowersflybaby.com/POH.pdf

    I've also put it online as a Word document if you want to use it as a template for your own document

    http://www.bowersflybaby.com/POH.docx

    Ron Wanttaja
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwanttaja View Post
    You might end having to develop all the numbers yourself, as if this were a newly-completed aircraft. This could be pretty fun, and will help you get used to your new airplane. FAA Advisory Circular AC-90-89B ("Amateur-Built Aircraft and Ultralight Flight Testing Handbook") is a good guide.

    https://www.faa.gov/regulations_poli...mentID/1027429

    I've written a template for a Pilot's Handbook for the Bowers Fly Baby, a similar aircraft. Here's a PDF version:

    http://www.bowersflybaby.com/POH.pdf

    I've also put it online as a Word document if you want to use it as a template for your own document

    http://www.bowersflybaby.com/POH.docx

    Ron Wanttaja
    Ron, I just got through reading this thread, I do not have an airplene as of yet, just renting, so I don't have any input on this. But I want to say how much I appreciate you and all the great info you, as well as others, so willingly put out here for everyone. Truly what the EAA is all about.
    Bob, that's my story and I'm stickin to it !

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    Don't forget the EAA Flight Test Manual and Test Cards:
    https://www.eaa.org/Shop/ProductCata...spx?ID=2695484

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    I bought a set on plans from Serenity late last year so they’re still a going concern, or were recently. I was able to contact them through their Facebook presence, you might try that. Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Point View Post
    I bought a set on plans from Serenity late last year so they’re still a going concern, or were recently. I was able to contact them through their Facebook presence, you might try that. Good luck.
    Hmmmmm.....looking for something a bit less Breezy?

    I've liked the Spacewalker ever since I first saw it as a 1/4 scale model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Buchanan View Post
    Hmmmmm.....looking for something a bit less Breezy?

    I've liked the Spacewalker ever since I first saw it as a 1/4 scale model.
    yep, my first exposure to it was on the cover of the RC mags of the time. Glen and Hazel’s hiz n herz along with the scale model. Love at first site.

    Less Breezy? Certainly couldn’t do any more Breezy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Point View Post
    yep, my first exposure to it was on the cover of the RC mags of the time. Glen and Hazel’s hiz n herz along with the scale model. Love at first site.
    I remember that photo.
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    There is still a recent presence on https://groups.io/groups

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