- Apr 21, 2008
- San Diego, CA. USA
- Airgyro AG915 Centurian, Aviomania G1sb
- Total Flight Time
- Gyroplane 70Hrs, not sure over 10,000+ logged FW, 260+ ultralights, sailplane, hang-gliders
I do not have enough experience to give you an honest answer.Does the engine get enough airflow behind the big cabin space to keep it cool?
Thank you, Bro!!!Student certificates have numbers, too, and are non-expiring plastic these days (also easy to get with IACRA). My glider students all have them.
The former paper 24 month things are gone.
It use to be a 24-month student certificate with no #.I think you at least need a student pilot certificate.
I represent that remark = OLD.If you remember back to the good old days, it was a combined student pilot certificate and third class medical. The medical certificate had a number.
I hadn't heard that about the ARGON's.Nice looking ship. I seem to recall there was an issue with the tailboom tube connections at the cabin on a similar design but I don't remember the details. Seems it had something to do with metal fatigue and inadequate stress relief but can't be sure. Is that something that's been either addressed or looked at with this design?
Only thing I remember is cracked tail boom on Xenon in Australia or New Zealand.I hadn't heard that about the ARGON's.
Has anyone a post from a report or instance of tailboom tube connection problems?
I may remember the same one in Australia. But wasn't that suspected several hardtail strikes???Only thing I remember is cracked tail boom on Xenon in Australia or New Zealand.
In Xenon kit forum.