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Discussion in 'Aircraft Design / Aerodynamics / New Technology' started by Daniel Hinds, Jan 27, 2020.
Breezys are Cub size. Where the wings come from usually. That nose on that one is horrible.
... and the legend of some sort of flying swamp monster will begin to be whispered quietly around airports throughout the South...
I agree that the nose on that Breezy is ugly, but with a Kolb-style full enclosure it could make a very practical modest bushplane.
Vulnerability for bush operations would be much worse..
I am interested in the Bounsall Super Prospector plans if it includes the measurement and or a template for the ribs.
You would certainly need stone guards for the gear, but visibility would be so much better, it might be a useful trade off.
You want to buy a Prospector project? I know where there is one for sale.
exist many lists of homebuilts, as on Aircraft Spruce and other sites. What technology do You prefer? Allwood, wood+welded fuse, sheet metal, composite? Describe conception which do You like.
Kitplanes magazine puts out a complete homebuilt directory every year. It's available online for subscribers.
Here is the deal. Do you want STOL for exhibition you know circus stunts, or do you want STOL for utility like carrying lumber, dogs, extra sump'in out o' the woods or what have you?Because that makes a big difference.
Thanks.....appreciated....but I live in the central west of NSW, Australia.....freight would kill the thought!!!!...I already own a VP1
Got any pictures of the VP-1 and descriptions you know stuff about it?
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