Ag-PIG 194

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  1. Aug 13, 2010 #21

    inventing_man

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    Thanks George ,Yes I know . Hope he has good luck with it ,, and it flys OK! A good flight report will surely spur me on with this gig.
     
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    bloop Its flying with Ok results so far with a 2 stroke .
     
  3. Oct 3, 2011 #23

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    Thanks for the Bloop update link. I have been following Mr. Sandlin's work for some time and had missed that. Of course, the fact that it was posted today...
    And where `bouts you at?
    Percy in SE Bama
     
  4. Oct 3, 2011 #24

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    Me ? I'm SW Missouri . Sandlins climb rate was at 290 something . Not bad , But he weighs next to nothing a well .
    I'm trying to up the performance / safety using a V twin and a 64 inch prop . And a nose wheel too. :gig:
    If I do this right And make a Main frame for the motor, gas tank and redrive, plus the pilot seat, controls and nose wheel . Basiclly what I will have is a common Trike Frame that are used between Delta and PPG wings . It looks like this frame will be able to do 3 different wings , fixed wing Glider, weight shift delta and PPG. I'm making the brackets so that each configuration is a simple matter using the compression strut mount and the hang mast tube mount as common features between them all. In the realm of this kind of frame

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    But adaptable [​IMG]
     

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