-greate thanks for info!Henryk,
The shadows are of the pilot, engine and frame parts. Scott was in a near knife edge banking turn to get the sun on the underside of the wing.
YES! Good to see Don make a successful flight in his Kasperwing. We expect a record number of Kasperwings at next year's event, there should be one from Canada attending. Several more Kasperwings are awaiting restoration locally including the 3-axis model.
Photo is of a Mitchel Wing with Kasper wingtip controls built by Butch Walters in the mid 1980s, he modified two Mitchel Wings with the Kasper wingtips, one was for a paraplegic pilot . Butch said that the KW tips improved control and overall performance.
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"The anti-servo tabs restore most of the effectiveness without the control pressure of the factory original rudders. ""KW owner Scott says that the anti-servo tabs "are like power steering", he wants to make his other two KWs the same as the one with the yellow wingtips. I don't know the "percentage" of improvement but they are a noticeable improvement in effectiveness over just the trimmed down rudders. I frequently use both the rudders for glide slope control, trimmed rudders are less effective than the original factory rudders. The anti-servo tabs restore most of the effectiveness without the control pressure of the factory original rudders.
I think he's confusing servo tabs with anti-servo tabs."The anti-servo tabs restore most of the effectiveness without the control pressure of the factory original rudders. ""
-not clear to me...?