"Mishka" from Russia

Mac

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Jan 30, 2005
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Location
Amarillo, TX.
Aircraft
Dropkeel KB2, EA81, 2.19:1, 68"Warpdrive, 24'Dragonwings, talltail
Has anyone designed a forward stick limiter associated with the mains (taildragger)? Push-Pull cable attached to main landing gear?
Cammed wheel to limit stick travel?
Spring tension beyond normal flight inputs? I have never touched a Gyro taildragger so this maybe irrevelant.
 
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JonSu

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Dec 16, 2018
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Russia Moscow region
Good day, friends.
Here are some of the design details for a tailwheel gyroplane:
1. The plane of rotation of the rotor during preliminary spinning must be horizontal, otherwise there is a danger of waving the blades in the presence of wind.
2. I think the control stick needs a special stop mechanism in its forward position. It will help when taxiing with a rotating rotor.
3. The extension of the main landing gear can be larger than for an aircraft (see my post above) but within reasonable limits. Because a situation with an interrupted takeoff run is possible.
If anyone complements this, I would be glad.
Sincerely.
 
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