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Dongato

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  1. Hi again, I have a question that keeps rolling in my mind. What if I build a Cozy, but am not fit to fly it ? Meaning that I can not get a pilot license for what so ever reasons, by example: Medical, Amputee, etc. CAn some one else do the test flying ?
  2. Would it not be safer to work with the pitch than with the throttle at landings??
  3. Not really prop safety, but carb ice factor when lowering RPM, both props do their job accordingly, but carb ice can occur at any time given the conditions, not only in cold weather( vaporization of fluids).
  4. Not really prop safety, but carb ice factor when lowering RPM, both props do their job accordingly, but carb ice can occur at any time given the conditions, not only in cold weather( vaporization of fluids).
  5. Hello, My name is Jaime, I would like to know if someone out there lands in our local airport,I would really like to see a canard and if possible get a ride on liy before starting my build. thanks.
  6. Thanks Waiter, I am glad to know it can be done, it is my believe that a variable pitch propeller is much safer in take off and landings, which is a great concern to me when flying family members. The cost is a good factor but safety is number one.
  7. thanks Mark I have not seen any discussion about them and was just asking. The other day I was reading about the landing approach in which you have to redice RPM and that there was always a risk of carb ice or engine stalling, and another question is : CAn you keep your RPM to a save level and work with the propellor pitch to land and avoid the risk of engine stalling?
  8. Hello, I am new to these forum, but I have been reading it for a few weeks, my question to all fo you is Why no one uses a VAriable Pitch Propeller in Canards?
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