Jon Matcho Posted November 1, 2005 Share Posted November 1, 2005 I just got my November 2005 issue and got lost in it for an hour or two. It has the most canard-related coverage in any issue since I first joined the EAA: Page 32, Speed Jacket, What happens when you really change engines on a Cozy? A 9-page spread dedicated to Greg Richter's CozyJet. Page 50, Those 'Plastic' Planes, Designing with composites opens doors to new shapes and performance An educational and informative article with references to Cory Bird's Symmetry, Long-EZs, and VariEzes. Great discussion on composite structures. Did you know the Long-EZ's drag area is ~1.6 square feet? Page 128, EAA's attic, A Cozy Canard for 2... or 3 A one-page write-up of Nat Puffer's N22CZ which he donated to the EAA museum. EAA Tailwinds mini-magazine insert Thirty Years of the Rutan Revolution A few pages that take us from Burt's introduction of the VariViggen to SpaceShipTwo. All in all a worthwhile issue -- kudos to EAA for recognizing our type! Quote Jon Matcho Builder & Canard Zone Admin Now: Rebuilding Quickie Tri-Q200 N479E Next: Resume building a Cozy Mark IV Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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