Author Topic: c/n 1501, N6493V  (Read 1498 times)

Doug Johnson

c/n 1501, N6493V
« on: June 02, 2015, 07:47:47 AM »
The "H-29B 1500 series" is intended as an upgrade to the H-295 and an engine varient with a fuel injected engine and some minor changes to the electric flaps and trim. Because of incurable problem with the injected engine running rough at low rpm power setting, and many tests with lycomings help the intended upgrade was dropped 11/73, TC amendment not pursued and it was converted to 1400 series aircraft c/n 1458, only 1 built.

No picture check your albums. Please do an internet search maybe you'll come up with one I couldn't find, I need all the help I can get.

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c/n 1501, built 10/73 as 1500 series model H-295B, original registry N6493V (reused c/n 1458), The H-295B model c/n 1501 was placed in experimental category to show compliance with FAR for the following minor deviations, a Lycoming IGO-480-A1B6 with bendix fuel injection (spec 2486-A) and a revised electric flap and pitch trim systems (Helio drawing 295-000-002) that cosisted of a Cessna motor for the flaps and a electric Aerospace-Controls linear actuator installed on antiservo trim tab push/pull cable at rear of aircraft. The 1500 series prototype, intended for the next upgrade to the H-295 line as an H-295B model (engine variant) became a discontinued project after much testing with the help of Lycoming because of inability cure problem of the injection causing geared engine to run rough at low RPM power settings 11/73, c/n 1501 was placed back in the production line at Factory Pittsburg, KS and converted to 1400 series H-295. The minor changes to flap and trim are retained and used on c/n 1458 and up as well as all 1700s.

see c/n 1458, N6493V    http://flyhelio.com/smf/index.php?topic=1087.msg4383#msg4383

As always any further information or pictures would be greatly appreciated.
« Last Edit: June 17, 2015, 01:32:32 PM by Doug Johnson »
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