Information


Assembly instructions for “The Works” lighting kit

System wiring guide and description of operation:

Wing board assembly:

Controller board assembly:

Light board assembly: 

Wing cutting templates:  


Assembly instructions for “The Original” lighting kit

System wiring guide:

Wing board assembly:

Wing Boards

Controller board assembly:

Wing templates:

The Skinny” supplemental instructions



RV-14 wiring harness integration

Van’s supplies a “Common Fuselage harness” WH-00125 along with wiring harnesses for the wings and tail.  This guide shows you how to integrate our The Original or The Works Flyleds kits with these looms, along with our landing lights.


Seven Stars light assembly guide


“The Combo” light assembly guide


WigWag module


RV-4/-6/-8 (W-415 wingtip) specific instructions:

They’re back!

OEM Lenses are now also available from our friends at Flyboy Accessories

The W-415 wing can be modified with a kit originally supplied by Van’s.  This makes an aluminium light cove with the faces at 90° to each other.   The template and instructions below shows you how simple it would be to hand-craft something similar, as Van’s no longer stock these parts.  You could even simply place fiberglass or aluminium tabs or strips inside the wing for the Flyleds boards to attach to.

      W415 info sheet pic (Small)    

Note that there was also a light bay retrofit available made from fiberglass with an 120° opening.  We sell the W-415FG kit to suit this as well!


If your RV-4/6/8 Hoerner wingtips have a PAR36 landing light in them, we have a Flyleds kit for you!  Order RV-4/-6/-8 LGE.  Check the Wing Templates files for sizing.

   


Tail strobe (stand alone model) information sheet:


Circuit diagram:

For those who are interested in how it all works.



A small miracle happened late last year.  Australia Post performed their annual pricing revision, and some prices actually went down!

The postage charges above are what it costs us at the post office.  We will email you a tracking number for your order, however your parcel is at the mercy of your local postal service once it leaves Australia.  Parcels generally get across the Pacific in under three days, but delivery to your door can take another 10 days.

We’d love to offer you a brand name courier service, but it still takes them a week and costs more than $100…