Re: Sam Hoskins' Q-Tour uploaded to YouTube. #Q-Tour
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In the early days of flying my Qq-200 I was actively involved with Rich's Incredible Pyro, doing airshow pyrotechnics all over the country (and international) and I put on a log of hours doing that. Also I was busy in the air racing. And I have to say, after that incident where I broke my canard took a little wind out of my sails.
Three rear wings, and two front wings a.k.a.canards.
As far as the biggest gain? That's a common question, but not an easy answer. Going faster is really a series of steps, each adding it's own part. The biggest gain was for me to decide that I wanted to go faster, then to start taking a critical look at everything on the plane and doing what I could to make it more efficient. Then start chipping away at it. You have to decide to decide.
On Sun, Jun 7, 2020 at 3:46 PM Rik <Info@...> wrote:
Sam, loved hearing about your plane. Unfortunately I do not have a good enough internet connection at home to view live so YT is greatly appreciated.