Jeff Scott's Aviation Activity Web
My KR-2S Home Built Airplane over the years.
First Flight in June 1997
Page 1 - 1997
other Early photos
Page 2 - 2005 - Flaps
Page 3 - 2005 - Wing
Page 4 - 2005 - New Tail
Page 5 - 2005 - Spring Bias Elevator Trim
(Bad idea - Removed in 2013)
Page 6 - 2005 - Write up after testing
Page 7 - 2007 - New
installed Oct 2007
Page 8 - 2008 - New Exhaust Headers
Page 9 - 2013 - Engine
Page 10 - 2013 - Cowling
Page 11 - 2013 - Elevator Trim
Page 12 - 2013 - Wheel Fairings
Page 13 - 2013 - Instrument Panel -
Page 14 - 2013 - New paint and colors
Page 15 - 2013 - Flight Testing
Page 16 - 2014 -
ADS-B Installation/Screenshots - Updated
Page 17 - 2015 - Fabricating a
new Spinner - New
POH for KR-2S N1213W
of the KR in flight.
KR Gathering Web site.
KR Gathering Photos.
September 2015 - My hangar
With the EAA B-17 roughly 1998 and with
the CAF B-29, Aug 3, 2014. The KR and I have both changed a bit.
The Sport Trainer / SuperCub
Page 1 - The Cub
Page 2 - Fabric
- Firewall Forward
4 - Firewall Forward (page 2)
5 - O-320
Overhaul (for the Cub)
Page 6 -
Final Assembly (2010)
7 - Final Assembly (2011 page 2)
8 - Final Assembly (2011 page 3)
Page 9 - Completed
Page 10 - Later Updates and
Page 11 - MOGAS vs
Composite Fuel Tanks
for Scott Grizzly Cub N143W
Short video of Cub first flight.
SuperCub.org - All
J3-Cub.com - Everything
could ever ask about a J-3
View from the back seat... the back of my head and shoulders.
Where it all started.
This is a photo of my first two planes
(Albia, Iowa circa summer of 1979). I got my
PPL summer of 1976 while in the Air Force in Plattsburgh, NY. I
bought the Champ in 1978 A couple of
months after leaving the Air Force. The biplane is a Parks P-3,
was, in reality, a modified Starduster 1
with a Muskateer nose bowl built with the idea of looking like a Boeing
The builder, Bob Parks
of Greenville, SC was a WWII P-47 and P-51 pilot that loved the old
Boeing P-12. The plane was featured
in the Dec
1968 copy of Sport Aviation. The plane had extra flying and
landing wires for strength and used a
single rib plan form rather than the
eliptical wing plan form of the Starduster. At 740# empty weight
it was quite
a performer with an O-290 powerplant and a 40
mph stall. What later turned out to be my third plane is barely
visible through the windows of the Champ.
It's a red and white Stinson 108-1. I was also flying the
in the background. I parted ways with the
Champ during the fall of 1980 and sold the Biplane in the summer of
1985. I sold the Stinson spring of 1986 when it was time to
buy a house for a growing family leaving me grounded
for a couple of years until a J-4 Cub partnership piqued my interest.
My "other" plane, the
Tomahawk was sold November 2009. Wish I could have kept it.
The Tomahawks got lots of bad press and I got a lot of negative
comments from pilots that learned to fly in a Tomahawk.
However, I really enjoyed the plane. Cheap to own and maintain.
Inexpensive to feed. Hauls a load. And fast enough
for reasonable cross country. Yes, you do have to fly the plane,
but isn't that why you buy them?
A flying tour around the
NM area in my Tomahawk.
June 2010 fire in
from Casa Grande 2011
48' x 10.5' one piece home built hangar
KR Gathering 2014 (Links to Marc
Baca and Rob Schmitt's slide shows)
Day 1 at Chino
2014 Gathering overall
Trip to Chino -Rob Schmitt - Overnight in Los
KR Gathering 2015 (best
to download slide show files to avoid overrunning web cache)
Flight from Los Alamos, NM to McMinnville, OR
Weight and Balance Seminar
W&B spreadsheet (corrected)
KR Articles from KitPlanes in 1993
Sportplane for the Masses?
2016 Third Class Medical Reform
Text of what was actually signed