Vic started cooking a brisket. It took like 6 hours.
I'd left Vic's battery on charge overnight, but I thought it was dead. A quick test confirmed that - it had a resting voltage of 11.5v, just the running lights took that to 10.5v, and trying to start it took that to 5v. New battery needed, we just need to decide if it's worth paying 5x as much to get a LiFePo4 - it's not like she's bothered about the weight.
We zipped over to the airport in the van, and I'm saying the anti-roll bar means the thing corners flatter. I don't know if that's true, or I want it to be true, but whatever.
We went over so I could try the throttle that Dave printed out for me - it fits just fine, I think I have a few tweaks to make before it'd work for me. While I was there I buffed out the paint I'd added to one of the rotors, and made concerned noises about David's cylinder with low compression.
In the evening, we watched "Serenity", seeing as we'd finished the "Firefly" series.