Today I spent a few hours working on getting the pitot and static lines up to the panel for the Garmin G5. The G5 will act as a backup EFIS to the Dynon.
I had to route the static line from the aft static ports to the front of the plane.
The tube here runs parallel to the rudder cable along the side of the fuselage.
It’s secured with a zip tie and this will be behind a panel that also covers the flap actuator tube.
I had to drill two holes through the bulkheads. This is blind riveted and I didn’t want to drill it off. The alignment took some trial and error.
Here is the routing just next to the pilots seat, this will be behind the side panel.
The final two holes put through the center channel bulkheads. From here, the static tube is routed up and to the panel and to the G5. Also on the panel will be a toggle switch an alternate static source in case of a static port failure.