John, can you please email me any additional info that you have Ob the g1sa? I'm seriously considering this build as well. Nicolas sent me an email last week but I just noticed that you were the US agent. Guess we should get to know each other! Anyway, I'm trying to figure out the best way to start. I'm 170 lbs so it seems that the 503 would be fine for me. But if Stan is going to upgrade, maybe I should consider? He can't weigh that much more. I am considering buying the first two stages and then the rest when I'm ready. Nicolas said that at that time I can buy engine, rotors, and prop in the US if I desire to save cost. Your thoughts? I don't know much about these suppies and costs. If it was you, what should I do?? Guide me thanks John!
Hi John, Just A line to let you know that I solo`d out with 17hrs the 22nd of Sept. Flew my Honey-Bee for the first time on 9-26-10 for .7 Chuck is an AWSOME Flight Inst.
Drop me A line when ya get A chance, Later Jim
What kinda gyro do you fly? And I'm not familiar w/ gyros other than I know they fly in constant autorotation....what is the pitch angle and is it negative or positive pitch? Just curious. Thanx
Thanks for your acceptance as a friend me.
I am very dream full to build my own Gyro copter. Is it possible my me. May I can really be successful? I am waiting for your valuable suggestion. Please advise me until complete of my dream.
I need an engine for my own build light Gyro copter. Could you please let me know about how I can get the required engine and how much the price. Consider the total load about 1000kg and speed 80km/hr to 90km/hr.
I will great full to you for your kind support.
John with ref to Paul's post re the CFI situation in Calif.
I see you with a facility for helping builders assembling the kits along with instruction on the Genesis Two seater at the same time. Teaching good practice throughout the whole process.
The facility is by the sea so family could come on a holiday for say a two week period.
The facility has the tools, advisors/supervisors/DAR/instructors to enable the purchaser to come there purchase the kit he needs/wants while getting the flight instruction at the same time. It is in all senses a school with classroom periods on every facet of building learning and flying gyros in a good environment with his family nearby on a 'holiday'. Guess dads could even have family in on the build process.
Profound thanks for everything you have been doing on the forum and for PRA. Sorry I didn't say that a long time ago. Based on your efforts and enthusiasm I will officially become a PRA member today. One small checkmark for the PRA and one big checkmark for you John.