Re: Potential Quckie Owner's questions -- correction
Minor detail. You should know that you can fly any type airplane and
then jump right in a Q200 and fly it! Shame on you!
Jim P. N46JP Q200
--- In Q-LIST@..., "Steve" <sham@i...> wrote:
Except fot the fact that the wheel is on the wrong end of theplane.
one with a
Q-2. It takes off and lands at 70 knots and is a good transitionaircraft to
use when moving in to a high performance aircraft.correction
speeds" but I
> meant over 40 miles per gallon with the VW or at slower speeds.shot at this.
>>Katana is a
>>trainer, flies safe, lands slow (about 50 knots on final). TheQ2/Q200 is
>>a hot rod. It flies safe but it lands very hot -- 75 knots orgreater on
>>final. The canard design makes it very safe, there is no stallof the
>>over 40 mph with the VW engine or at slower speeds.you will
>>have to be more involved in the maintenance. They can bewonderful
>>airplanes, but they can also be dangerous (read the oldnewsletters about
>>first flight fatalities).If your
>>experience is all in Cessna/Piper/Diamond trainers, you willfind huge
>>differences. I suggest you read "Spam Can or Homebuilt?" inthe May 2005
>>Aviation Consumer. I don't agree with everything said in thearticle, but
>>it will give you a good place to start from.a fly-in or
>>visit a builder before you go any further.of getting
>> >around. But before I dive in, I'd like to know soinformation and
>> >some solid number from both by people who actually fly them.vary.
>> >Thanks again,LIST>Q-LIST" on
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