Been waiting in the rears keeping my fingers crossed and now I firmly believe that it is finally going to happen. Can't wait.I believe he will be in a position to take orders at Sun n Fun... if he is able to be there
Being a shorter, but wider type(5'6", 200 pounds) I fit in it just fine with plenty of room in all directions as I found out at Oshkosh last year. There was a guy right next to me over 6' easily and he also fit well with more than enough knee/head room. Agreed, always a good idea to try an aircraft on for size beforehand so you know for sure."The interior has limited leg / knee / shin clearance for me, at 6’ 2”. Repositioning structural components would be necessary to make more room"
That's disappointing to hear. I've only seen one at Chip's home airport. It was being built by one of his friends who lives there. The demonstrator was at a show. Couldn't sit in it, no seat and wires all over the place.
Are there any pictures of the engine and redrive? Just looking for more details.
you can contact the guy here ... https://www.homebuiltairplanes.com/forums/threads/ace-aviation-redrive-new-model.32191/#post-516700Redrive was machined by a Brit friend who has a factory in Ooty, India, price point is low for the quality. "
Absolutely not true. Is it Aero Marine? I know Chip wanted it for his Merlin and likely gave up waiting.There's an ultralight manufacturer saying on Facebook that the O-100 project died. Say it isn't so! I won't mention which company is making the claim, but can anyone confirm that the O-100 is still on track?