- Hi Pedro,
>I want to know the CG limits of the MC-15 Cri-Cri for my govermentI have looked ahead in my manal and found that without pilot or fuel the
>construction authorysation, can anyone help me?.
CG should be about 11% (+/- 5%). With pilot and fuel the CG range is 24%
Are you planning on JPX212 engines or have you found a pair that you will
use? The current engine suggested by Colomban is the Solo 210. Being
that you are in Europe it should be easier to get some parts.
Are you required to ask permission from your government to build?
(Excuse my Spanish)
>>>Are you planning on JPX212 engines or have you found a pair that you willuse? The current engine suggested by Colomban is the Solo 210. Being
that you are in Europe it should be easier to get some parts.<<<
I finally will mount the JPX 212 because they are been built again and
because all Cri-Cri owners have this engine on his Cri-Cri, but I ask: What
is the best engine?, I can mount the Solo or the JPX, two are possible
because I know a Solo and a JPX service.
>>> Are you required to ask permission from your government to build?<<<Yes ,yes, Spain is the country of the prohibitions !, and if you want to fly
or build an airplane more...
>>> Hasta Luego,Vic (Excuse my Spanish)<<<Well, your Spanish is quite good no so my english. Bye!
Pedro Molina Luque (AAE 753)
>but I ask: What is the best engine?This is a question that depends on what you want and how much money you
have. I would ask anyone else on the list to offer their suggests and
back it up with the pros and cons.
If you stick with the JPX or Solo you will have the direct support of
Colomban. Although I think that the attachment method is difficult and
has alot of maintenance. I also think that for reliability there might
be some other engines that are better. You will have to make up your own
attachment method though. I like multicylinder engines for less
vibration. Also to have dual systems for ignition, spark, fuel pumps
etc... I feel gives more reliability.
My dream engine: 3W240iB2 (on the website)
>What is you web site address?Here you go!