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Re: First rolling launch from Turkish Goat

How much of the 7K was shipping, um, cargo? Thanks, Bob On Thu, Aug 27, 2015 at 9:09 AM, a300bfor@... [Airchairgroup]
Bob Holliston
9:36 AM
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17902

Re: First rolling launch from Turkish Goat

We bought all materials from Aircraft supruce from US. Total cost including cargo around 7000 usd . Its realy worth it.
a300bfor
9:09 AM
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17901

Re: EMG with Quicksilver parts

It seems that the EMG folks flew the heck out of the plane at Oskosh this year using an approx 30 hp Italian Polini motor whichthey have become dealers for.  
Scott Perkins
Aug 26
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17900

Any Airchairs during WUFI??

I wonder ...will there be any airchairs during WUFI? Please, be there too during this anniversary of 40 years ultralight flying. Go see the 1 minute video to
nestofdragons
Aug 25
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17899

Re: EMG with Quicksilver parts

Yes, that would do the job. Problem is, I have a soaring mentality. I want to be able to power up to the local ridge (20 miles long - Hood River, Or.) and soar
Bob Holliston
Aug 24
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17898

Re: EMG with Quicksilver parts

Bob, Nice little plane, maybe the wrong engine, wrong batteries. Dis'll do the job, though . . . http://www.electraflyer.com/trike.php Like the EMG guy says in
red
Aug 24
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17897

Re: EMG with Quicksilver parts

Let's see, it won't climb to altitude under it's own power - needs a tow. Then it can only stay up using power (probably just maintaining) for 20 minutes. What
Bob Holliston
Aug 24
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17896

EMG with Quicksilver parts

EMG Electric Aircraft – EMG 6 electric ultralight motorglider. ... EMG Electric Aircraft – EMG 6 electric ultralight motorglider. EMG Electric Aircraft –
Scott Perkins
Aug 24
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17895

Re: Fw: Beaujon Flybike

I think it matters at least a little, in particular if someone built one of these in the innocent belief that the plans were for thoroughly tested, stable and
microsoar
Aug 23
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17894

Re: Fw: Beaujon Flybike

Some were built, some were flown.   It doesnt really matter.   It is your job to analyze the plans to seewhat if anything might prevent it from flying or
Scott Perkins
Aug 23
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17893

Re: Fw: Beaujon Flybike

Exactly how many of the Beaujon designs actually got built ... or were they mostly just thought exercises. The ads appeared for years, but a search for images
microsoar
Aug 23
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17892

Re: Goat Registry

170 meters. We use other means of uncoupling of the towing https://youtu.be/i4BvmD_-hMg https://youtu.be/i4BvmD_-hMg
maks_air70
Aug 22
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17891

Re: Fw: Beaujon Flybike

Scott, glad to see I'm not the only fan of the flybike. Have you ever heard of anyone building and flying one?
gzion@sbcglobal.net
Aug 22
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17890

Re: First rolling launch from Turkish Goat

Great construction of the Goat and awsome flight for my neighbors Turks!!! I am Greek so it would be nice if you could say from where did you buy the materials
grmixalis
Aug 21
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17889

Re: Goat Registry

Thanks Mike! You have designed an excellent glider for Homebuilder.
maks_air70
Aug 21
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