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    Tango Gyro

    Yes I did get insurance
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    Storage

    In Oregon (Florence anyway) you have to buy a hangar and lease the land. My hangar cost me 25K and then I still have a $30 a month land lease and about $35 a month power plus about $450 a year property tax. Flying is not cheap.
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    Tango Gyro

    Thanks for the replies everybody. The only thing holding me back right now is finding out if I can get insurance to teach in one. Falcon insurance is looking into it right now, but any other avenues anybody knows about would be appreciated. Thanks again Larry
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    Tango Gyro

    Thanks for the input. I really didn't want to start a Forum Flame War, I just wanted to know how the Tango was to fly. As a PPCL and WSCL CFI just getting into Gyro's I don't need input on engines (although I think rotax's are wayyy overpriced and no more reliable) just on the Tango fit and...
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    Tango Gyro

    Has anybody even flown or see a Tango2 gyro up close. I'm thinking about getting into gyros and the Tango is the only new design I can afford. Any help would be awesome.
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