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  1. erkki67

    Rotax 582 Alternative Possibility

    But for most applications which require a 582 the O-200 is way too heavy. So, just too sad that Rotax didn’t foresee to use the 600 and 850 E-TEC’s to be used as aircraft engines whit their well proven PSRU‘s!
  2. erkki67

    Modern day "motorcycle of the air" aircraft class?

    His thing was not foldable and way simpler.
  3. erkki67

    Modern day "motorcycle of the air" aircraft class?

    This is the Just103, a good looking single seater. The cockpit section could be built up like the Belite Aircraft, basically 2 routed Aluminium honeycomb panels joined by 5 honeycomb joiners. This way the cockpit could be built in a day without the controls. Honeycomb structures are tough. Jim...
  4. erkki67

    Modern day "motorcycle of the air" aircraft class?

    I did like the flying speed of the Pischoff Cycles, a bit faster than a PPG and a bit slower than a trike, this is just perfect.
  5. erkki67

    Modern day "motorcycle of the air" aircraft class?

    Then we are at least two 😋
  6. erkki67

    Rotax 582 Alternative Possibility

    How would you attach your PSRU's to the Block of a 600 or 850 etec engine? The 4 bolts on the shaft output flange are only 6mm and the bigger 8mm are stepped behind pictures found on a french Forum.
  7. erkki67

    Modern day "motorcycle of the air" aircraft class?

    And when riding a motorbike you have as much elbowroom as you need, some thing here with this thread.
  8. erkki67

    Very low aspect ratio planes?

    The controls for such a layout, except de rudder pedals
  9. erkki67

    Very low aspect ratio planes?

    So, if the Fritz Arup/Payen Design would have a larger span of the trailing edge this would come close to the German imagination, with elevons,
  10. erkki67

    Modern day "motorcycle of the air" aircraft class?

    Further a highwing version of the Plank with a tractor engine
  11. erkki67

    Modern day "motorcycle of the air" aircraft class?

    And what about a nose wheel bush version?
  12. erkki67

    Modern day "motorcycle of the air" aircraft class?

    Is the Plank buildable as a Bushplane with the touch of Fritz Designelements?
  13. erkki67

    What could be done to reinvent the Affordaplane to a more homogeneous project?

    Affordastorch with Metall wing, I like this idea
  14. erkki67

    Flying on 14 hp

    this one with the Rudders on the wing and a diesel V-engine in the trailing edge, this could be a good match for my luxury body!
  15. erkki67

    Flying on 14 hp

    I live in the french part of Switzerland, but I believe that the Pelican was not designed for my bodysize.
  16. erkki67

    What could be done to reinvent the Affordaplane to a more homogeneous project?

    How would such a spar look a like? like one of a Zenair CH701 for exemple?
  17. erkki67

    Modern day "motorcycle of the air" aircraft class?

    The idea is to have the pax as a simple Ballast with no controls. And if no pax on board the space might be used for Bagage
  18. erkki67

    Modern day "motorcycle of the air" aircraft class?

    Actually almost every 2seat trike is a 1+1 configuration. So why shouldn't this be possible in 3-axis bird?
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