Henri Luyckx
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Sport Pilot (or Ultralight)
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Telecom engineer, retired

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At 6:27pm on September 21, 2013, Normand Lambert said…

Hi Henry,

Je ne dirais pas que le decollage est plus court seulement que la roue de nez leve plus rapidement. Pour l'atterrissage, la vitesse diminue plus lentement lorsqu'on diminue le throttle setting ce qui permet de ralentir ... Pour le reste faudra voir.


At 2:48pm on March 30, 2011, Guy RUBIO said…

Henry, bonjour

Suite à votre email, c'est avec plaisir que je vous donnerai des informations sur la motorisation BMW




Henry, hello

Further to your email, it is with pleasure that I shall give you information onto the motorization BMW



At 7:38pm on December 30, 2010, joseph aloof said…
hi henri the 3 degrees are simply the trailing edge of the wing is lower than the leading edge of wing and the measurement is 3 degrees we used the pitch angle for the ptop  joe
At 11:55am on December 30, 2010, joseph aloof said…
hi henry im not shure of your comment but in the plans its calls for the sweep angle wing tip to  wing tip strech a line across and  simply look over the wing the line should be across parrelel to the main spar rivets thats the sweep then at the same time set your diehedral to the specs of 75 up down 5mm first bolt the wing on then when you install the main strut set the 75mm  joe
At 5:45pm on September 1, 2010, tom said…
nice work a true craftsman!
At 11:00pm on February 4, 2010, Kenneth Aron said…
I just posted some pictures of the initial trial fit of the renesis engine & wings.
At 9:37pm on December 14, 2009, Kenneth Aron said…
Hi Henri,
I've done very little with the engine, other than hang it on the firewall as a counterweight. This past weekend I started on the intake manifold, I'll post some pictures when I have them uploaded.

The "major components" required to convert a mazda rotary to an airplane application are available from commercial vendors (redrive, engine computer, etc.), but the builder is required to fabricate many other parts, including the intake manifold I'm working on now.
At 2:19pm on December 3, 2009, Andrzej Kostkiewicz said…
Hi Henri

Did You look here ??



At 4:11pm on October 29, 2009, Phill Barnes said…
Hi Henri
I'm glad to have been of some to you.

Phill Barnes
At 9:25pm on July 27, 2009, Robert Crawford said…
Nice job Henri, I was getting ready to route my Flaperon arms but can't find a measurement for the two holes that will attach the arm to the angle under the wing. How did you determine the location of the two holes? I have my cutting form complete except for those two holes.

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