Nano Ultralight

Boonyow

Newbie
Joined
May 13, 2021
Messages
11
Location
Fayetteville NC
I have found ultralights much harder to fly since they often have sensitive controls due to being light, under powered for climb often, limited flight range due small fuel tanks, train on high powered dual then solo in their ultralight, and subject to engine failures more. I would try to offer advice to new ultralight pilots, but most didn’t want it so I just watched them crash instead...
Learning the difficult will make my next one a breeze
 

Capt'n Gator

Junior Member
Joined
Sep 25, 2012
Messages
488
Location
Goldsboro, NC
Aircraft
Dominator Single 582BH N401JC
Total Flight Time
150+
Good to meet you Captain. Glad to hear from someone local. My name is Tim, Boonyow was an old war cry from my military days.
I am also ex military, 15 years as an Army Brat and 10 years as a Nuclear Operator on Fast Attack Submarines....
 

Boonyow

Newbie
Joined
May 13, 2021
Messages
11
Location
Fayetteville NC
I am also ex military, 15 years as an Army Brat and 10 years as a Nuclear Operator on Fast Attack Submarines....
I hear ya, so I decided on the nano because of economics, they improved on hp and it’s factory built and tested, doubtful I’ll venture very far out of circuit, looking for something exciting to do, not ready for the rocking chair yet.
 
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