April 2008 Issue
Randy Schlitterís latest design is purpose built for Light Sport rules but intended to be one of the easiest-to-build kits around.
When new aircraft from two very different designers, in this case Randy Schlitter and Richard VanGrunsven, surface with considerable similarities, consensus about basic design tenets must be blowing in the wind. Certainly Light Sport regs do constrain performance considerations, but human factors are more up for grabs, and thatís where one or another design can truly shine; by Marc Cook.
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