Jeremy Harris wrote:Hey! An electric CriCri!
Jeremy Harris wrote:
Jeremy Harris wrote:my ankles aren't really up to foot launching now
Nice simple and clean trike design for your paramotor. What are the materials and/or construction details of the cross-member for the rear (landing) wheels?
I was guessing/speculating that the Green Cri-Cri might be using 4 Plettenberg Predators for the motors.
bluthermal wrote:Wow Jeremy,
It's crystal clear you but a lot of care, thought, effort and skill into your trike build. It really shows, excellent job!
So, the "T" joint (connecting the rear spring to the front wheel longeron) is composite too? How does the joint of the "T" get it's strength?
Tiberius wrote:More on the Cri-Cri, and to get it in scale, here is a picture of one with its owner, Ken Rhodes.
liveforphysics wrote:Tiberius wrote:More on the Cri-Cri, and to get it in scale, here is a picture of one with its owner, Ken Rhodes.
WOW! Now I know what plane I want! I'm pretty certain I've seen a few RC planes at my local airfield with more wing area, but they don't have a spot to sit in them!
Would they work with a 95-100kg pilot?
Looks like they've got plenty of power to be safe, and seem to fly great! That guy is flying pretty much like normal medium-power RC plane flying, but your own hands get to be the servos, and you get a hell of a lot better view.
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