Yes, Henryk:-can You translate,Chelan ?
BTW=it is second possibility=to conserve orginal KASPERWING wing dimensiones,but little modyfied=wires=tubes,kingpostless,
simplified cloth sewing...
RaceKar6: Anything is possible and, if you have access to the Kawasaki 400(?), then you have a couple of the main ingredients necessary. From experience, I would suggest sticking with the original design (either the A or B model) and use the recommended materials, tubing, fasteners, cable, etc. Although some may be excited about your upcoming endeavor, keep in mind that suggestions for changes or modifications may come from their years and years of experience, fabrication, and testing of certain aircraft. Also: From experience--and I am sure a lot of people on this forum may agree--there is nothing down and dirty, inexpensive, or cheap about this sport. These things are sorta like a BOAT...and we all know what that means.I think I might understand chelan if what your saying is it is possible as long as I’m competent and I am that I can competantly make a slightly modified but more rigid wing of my own and eliminate the cables and king post??
I have access to a Kawasaki 400 and if I can builds more durable and extremely safe machine that I can revive a more BARNSTORM STYLE of flying. That is honestly the visions I see in my future!!
Reality though I just wanna get in the air and I have to do it as cheap as I can!!
Gotta ask how that glider steers?
And Im jelouse of your collection!
Spar tubes, including oversleeves, etc. consisted of 6061-T6 aluminum, which was anodized. The inboard tubing is 1 5/8" dia. with a .058 wall thickness and the outboard section was made up of 1 1/2" x .049 wall tubing, with 1 5/8 oversleeves at outer strut locations. There are interior reinforcement plugs at various points along the spars. The cage, which you have, is made almost entirely of 1" 6061-T6 aluminum with .058 wall thickness. I think your cage has the original rear landing gear on it, so you may have a bit of the 4130 Chromoly rear axle strut and diagonal, which are 5/8" diameter with an .035 wall.-orginal KASPERWING wing frame tubes= 38 x 1 and 40 x 1 mm...?
-auer old ZENOAH in GREEN K-W with CR Propellers +Diff.Gear generate 80 kG thrust force...The Zenoah,