He doesn't have the prop clearance for much more AOA. His prop is too long, his gear is too short, or it is located too far forward.The GPS groundspeed was reading 87Kts.
The airspeed was mid 70’s, I think he said.
Could have been less with more angle of attack.
Agree. But clearance is easily fixed on version two.He doesn't have the prop clearance for much more AOA
Prescott Pusher(KIT aircraft) had pusher configuration, but propeller had smaller diameter and airplane still had limited AOA for takeoff and landing - hi TO and landing speed.He doesn't have the prop clearance for much more AOA. His prop is too long, his gear is too short, or it is located too far forward.
The first person to get slow on final and drop it in with a medium/high AOA is gonna wreck the prop and probably the rest of the drivetrain too.
Latest YT video, yes the brakes were dragging, so now new pads and discs. just surprised he never noticed/checked yonks ago. Spent more time on the A/C than the airframe.Ok guys on this occasion I will ask a sensible question, If the wheels stop rotating at 'lift-off' so quickly then surely his brakes are dragging ?
Also the flex in the gear leg in the slow-mo looks bad. A heavy landing could prove expensive