Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by Andrew, Dec 24, 2006.
Sorry if this is ancient...
yum yum yum!
damn, that's tight!
68 for a shell
I want to see it make a top speed run.
I'm in college for my A & P certification, so we've weighed a couple planes, and well, most general aviation planes don't weigh over 1300lbs. (even metal body cessena 152 is in the 1100lbs range.
Most kit planes are made of a composite fiberglass resin, and are extremely light.
It's just the fact that not all Gen. Av. planes are pushin 3, 4, even 500 hp! lol...
My dad actually was putting a Lancair kit plane together, and contemplated an LS1 for a powerplant. They're great on fuel, compared to other turbo-props and big bore piston engines, but the only draw back is that they are liquid cooled... otherwise, it's a pretty sweet setup for sure. I'm sure that is one siiiiiiiiiick plane!!!! (if it's even air-worthy.)
Celerity wants that ignition system, if anything
what "phase" are you in? i have my A and i'm taking my powerplant test on march 11th.. 2 more classes and i'm done, cant wait.
I'm done with 2 of the 4 Generals, and I'll be starting powerplant this semester.
I'm a newbie...
well...when you guys get the lics...hit me up.
You can barrel roll that plane by blipping the throttle.
will do AirJockie. is that what you do?
yup...A&P mech at Sikorsky Aircraft....
this year I hope to pass 100Ks...
this year I hope to pass my finals
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