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    WWhunter replied to the thread Flaps or flaperons.
    I'm no aeronautical engineer, but my son is an aerospace engineer...or as he says, yes I am a Rocket scientist. LOL Anyway, from a...
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    WWhunter reacted to Bigshu's post in the thread Flaps or flaperons with Like Like.
    I'd like to see some proof on this claim. Chris Heintz did most of the Zenith designing, Pazmany has at least a couple of successful EAB...
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    WWhunter reacted to Victor Bravo's post in the thread Flaps or flaperons with Like Like.
    IMHO, both sides are right. There are a lot of times where simple and reduced parts count are the goal. Avid Flyer et ses derives...
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    WWhunter replied to the thread Flaps or flaperons.
    Take a look at the Kitfox of Murphy Rebel. While the Rebel can be built with split flaps/ailerons, the majority of them are built with...
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    WWhunter replied to the thread Hi.
    Yes, what Bob said!! Or find a Champ, Chief, Taylorcraft, etc. that seemingly sips fuel, plus you can get TW endorsed at the same time...
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    WWhunter left a message on Ian Saul's profile.
    I've got a couple of Rebel projects if you are interested.
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    Since Ardnet has sold his, I won't be stepping on his toes. I have a couple of Rebel projects if anyone is interested. Like him, I have...
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    WWhunter replied to the thread kitfox vs highlander.
    Wow, old thread getting revived!! Owned a Kitfox IV and it is a nice little plane, not the most spacious of airplanes but great little...
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