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"Don't worry, I do this all the time!"
The LT-1 was a side project for Andy. He usually stays busy trying to squeeze every inch of speed out of Lancairs and NXTs.
With your process it wouldn't be hard to make something similar to the Aerochia LT-1 for a lot less cost.
I believe he's building a Curtiss A3 Falcon.
As I've said before in another thread. A test pilots job is to proof out data and calculations that say something should work and why. A...
Notation added. :)
Unless it's the secondary costs that keep them to flying 50 hours a year.:D
I'm sure it was ours with the previous owner. It was painted as Bongs bird for a time back then.
We bought it in '04 and did a major IRAN in "07....
Most of the issues with the turbos were do to inexperienced pilots in combat situations. They didn't get a lot of training to begin with. Let...
I've had the pleasure of rigging a P-38 turbo system many times. It's an amazing combination of cables, pulleys, bellcranks and push/pull tubes....
I had a '82 or '83 (don't remember exactly) Silverwing 650 for a short period.
Showing pictures of the application would cut down on confusion.
They run the standard block but the heads are what they refer to as "transport" heads. They're a lot beefier and handle the higher combustion...
Always loved the Rocket. If I ever get my Glasair finished, I might just start looking into a rocket project.
The P-40 was designed for low altitude dog fighting and ground attack. From the start it was perfect for that mission. There is a reason it stayed...
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