Vick wrote: I love the trailing link gear?
Vick wrote: didn't see any links to an American distributor? No mention of them in the Kitplanes buyers guide either? Know where there's any more info on them?
Zane wrote:A 701/750/801/Savannah tailwheel version is, tragically, quite a homely thing. It's the one aircraft that does look better as a trike.
This though feel like it has a similar wing, but with a proper fuselage. I could see wanting to design a more Highlander or Kitfox 7 style cowling, but I love the tail and the rest of the fuselage lines. And that cargo area....wow. All metal construction is nice, especially if it uses pulled rivets (faster.)
Dirtstrip.... the Tundra has just the right amount of belly on it.
Vick wrote: I love the trailing link gear though I wonder how much heavier it is over the spring alternative and if the added complexity is justified by the performance.
emflys wrote:I love it too. ... A lot of Pilatus Porter in the lines
This bird reminds me of a past girlfriend who had an advanced degree and a secure university teaching job with full bennies for her and the spousal unit. She was also a great cook. She wanted to get hitched, to me, BUT.....I couldn't get past ( yeah I'm a shallow bastard) her looks... same thing with this plane. I really like it, but I wouldn't want to wake up first thing and have to look at it.