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  1. Welcome aboard, Agis! Lots of great forum members here with broad knowledge on the Sportcruiser! I look forward to reading about your journey on the Light Aircraft Pilot’s License!
  2. She’s a beauty, Bob! Welcome aboard!
  3. LOL - I don’t know if I would advocate for anyone to move to California. Not because it’s not nice out here, but because it’s so expensive to do anything out here! AND aviation events are somewhat far and few between. Best opportunity for a more active aviation community is in Arizona (which holds a LOT of interest for me for retirement... though your friend and mine is trying to convince me that Florida is the place to be). 😉
  4. Lots of aviation in Florida, no doubt. But not all of us are on the East Coast!
  5. Welcome JustinTC! Beautiful PS-28 Cruiser you have there! I have been an owner for just over 2 years now, and I'm perpetually asking silly questions! The folks on this forum are tremendous and provide a HUGE amount of assistance. I try to give back, but my knowledge and experiences are dwarfed by many others on this forum! 🙂
  6. Welcome to the forum, Jonathan! I See you flew a Remos previously? I trained in a Remos and liked that aircraft. Glad you’re here and flying a Sportcruiser!
  7. Same from me, Todd... Welcome! Jump on in, water’s warm! 😉😁
  8. Welcome James! Agreed with Dave and Deltafox on what a beautiful aircraft you have there! You're not too far from Florida, and there's a lot of general aviation (and Sportcruiser) activity there.
  9. Really? There was a Sportcruiser gathering in Fresno? Dang, I missed out!
  10. CSA posted more photos up on Facebook. I saw the photos and am wondering... what are those hoses on the bottom left (right in the photo) of the cowling, and what’s that other thing dangling down on the right side of the cowling?
  11. That Draco is AMAZING! Check out this video from Trent Palmer - forward to 7:20 mark and you can see how slow Draco can approach and land. MIND BLOWN!
  12. Oops! Sorry guys! Didn’t mean to burst any bubbles. And remember, I’m a West Coast guy, so “dry heat” is what I’m used to. People obviously camp under the wings, and they seem to do OK. I’m just old enough that creature comforts matter to me. For example, sleeping on the ground with no other padding other than a blanket doesn’t work for me anymore. Heck, sleeping in a truck bed doesn’t work either. It’s an RV or a hotel for me anymore. And I want that AC and hot shower at the end of a long, sweaty day. Yeah, I’ve become high maintenance in my older age. On the flip side, there’s deep fried cheese curds... and they’re GOOD! And there’s Culver’s for burgers and custards, and they’re good too! And gosh if the people aren’t just really nice out in Wisconsin. I think next year, I’ll attend again. I’ll likely fly commercial and stay in Green Bay like I did a couple years back.
  13. Oooh... with the storms that roll through there and the humidity at night? I'll pass on the tent camping. But getting a hotel room right next to Airventure IS on my bucket list (if ever that will happen.) Failing that, driving in with a trailer to a full hookup camp site is my next best "bucket list" option.
  14. LOL - well, not quite the "same week I bought it", but I am following your lead into E-LSA. It truly is the only avenue to follow given the factory's lack of response. But as I posted in the NLG thread, I think there's enough admiration for the aircraft and overall design that people will come up with solutions to improve the weaknesses in this design. I believe you have the improved fork that folks on the EU version of this forum have created, and if you devise a shock for the NLG, I suspect people will be beating a path to your door. I'll be first in line. ?
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