Hi! I also own one of the BD-5B kit. I have a question for you. knibbindustries.com - /bd5/ the site you specified has a lot of useful information, but there are a lot of documents of very bad quality And many links are no longer active. Can you tell me where I can still find out what wing airfoils are installed at the wing root and at the wing tip.
Hello, Can I pick your brain about your brief time with the SQ2000? I read your posts on the Canardzone and here. I would like to hear what you learned in the process if you can spare the time. Thanks, Kenneth
Hi Dominic, please, do You have Jungster plans? Am looking for study materials, about wooden homebuilt bipe. Also Jungster II and Skyote could be interresting. I collected nice pack of plans and can exchange, for any interresting drawings. Regards, Jeri
We're in Morgantown, KY, if you want to come see how we build composite experimental aircraft. I manufacture the entire airframe for Arion Aircraft (www.flylightning.net). It's mostly infused V.E. resin and fiberglass, with a bit of carbon in the fuselage, and an all carbon spar with epoxy. We're Factory Ten Aerospace Composites on FB, if you go there to kill time!
Hello! I'm the guy in LA with the 3 cylinder Verner going on an Airbike. I would like to try to improve the Verner by doing away with the Walbro in favor of an EFI system, if that makes any sense. Does Racetech offer a system for this?
Who do I talk to about it or what resources are available for me to begin educating myself on the subject?
Thanks, Dan Riffe
I was reading your posts about composite construction of the Cozy line of canard aircraft. I have an interest as well and I live local to you. I'm very interested in trying to make the mold technique a reality. Would you be available to discuss further?
Hi Stan, my email is email@example.com. Wish i had time to dig into the composite software you are studying but first i am struggling with openfoam. It looks extremly interesting and maybe for cristmas i share a license with someone.
I am from India. While working on a project I found that the kits available in the market are very costly. Every kit would be very cheap, even if I make every part for a one-time production. As you are one of the most active members here, I would like to have a suggestion form you regarding the options of Indian made kit in home-building kit market. I am still working on more details on the kits.