Thanks for the reply.
I am not familiar with the T-23. According to WiKi, they added a ventral fin to cure a spin problem, and that is logical,...
The “Timeless Voices” provides many fascinating accounts of the evolution of aviation.
Originally, it was The Experimenter, which became became Sport Aviation, which later, under Mac McClellan, became a waste of paper. (You...
There are no airplanes that I could find at that link.
Thanks for that, Ron.
A few observations:
Not many paying customers.
Did not find the one that they, supposedly, gave to the EAA.
There are lots of spreadsheets available, and some are good. All require an understanding of the embedded assumptions, approximations and...
That will be a great grandfather/father/son project.
Is that project still active? (I hope so.) I have checked it’s status over a number of years, but have seen no progress. Note that the original...
From an AvWeb article two years ago:
So it seems that they did not produce 200 in 2018.
The price of plans as a percentage of the airplane cost is not relevant. What is relevant is the quality of the airplane as well as the plans. If...
Anyone have an update on Icon?
Are they on-schedule with production rate and deliveries?
I expected you to answer my question. Still waiting.
All of the airplanes that I have flown with the Clark Y and USA 35B use washout to improve handling near the stall. Very common. Ditto the 23012...
People like me? What does that mean?
Really? Which ones are unreliable?
When does it fly, TX? Or has it already?
Since this is the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch, and we are discussing helmets, I was reminded of a time predating the presence of...
Thanks, TX. I always wondered what the doctor was probing for there.
I would like to be wearing a helmet if I have to parachute from an out-of-control airplane, to protect my head from the airplane.
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