Pilot's Notes - original EVS SV-4B manual and system details.
In the early years pilots had no internal radio system but had to speak in a "horn" as seen on this picture
SV-4B pilot - photo taken early 1960 (C) Hubert Sermon
"Avis à l élève pilote" - very rare document - pdf file - click on the image (thanks to Willy Bruyninckx Prom 122 July 1951)
Original SV-4B of the Pilot's Notes -pdf file -click on the image (thanks to Guy Vanderlinden)
Adobe Reader can be downloaded here for free
(C) AELR/BAM Guy Destrebecq Collection
Oil Tank of restorated SV-4B V19 OO-ROR
This is the vintage navigation light that was fixed in the middle upon the upper wing. This kind of navigation light (not allowed anymore) was green at the starboard side, red at the port side and white in the back (so 3 colors in 1 light). The same navigation light was fixed in the middle of underneath the lower wing
In the back cocpit of the SV-4B a morse key was installed to manipulate the identification (morse) light. There is at this moment only one SV-4B still flying with this kind of identification light, the V29 OO-GWB. The lamp was fixed at the right side under the fuselage, some 40 cm after the lower wing. The morse key could be set locked and unlocked, and was used in case of radio problems.
navigation light and identification (morse) light.
Rebuilt "crochets" for Renault engine cover.
To finance the investissement (non
négligeable), sets of 4 "crochets" are availables
at the price of 55 € + shipment
for all enquiries, call Jef, send us a mail mail, and visit :
page "pièces détachées cellule"
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