Sunday 29 December 2013

E102 Passes the 100 hrs

E102, the first Eindecker kit sold in the UK has now passed the 100 hour mark.

Ian Brewster, who built the aircraft on a strict budget used a Fuji Robin 330 for the power plant with great success, see below:

During the build, Ian also incorporated some of his own design changes after consulting GSAL, this aircraft was always intended to be experimental and the sub 115 kg  SSDR category was perfect for this.

Now with the CAA's proposed changes to SSDR there will be even greater scope to build not only interesting aircraft but ones that will have a larger weather window for flight.

Friday 27 December 2013

E104 Clocks up 63 hrs

Mike Clark, has clocked up 63 hours with E104 in 200 sorties, he clearly still enjoys flying his Eindecker.

Mike sent in a couple of images that look eerily like they were taken during 1915!

Sunday 1 December 2013

E105 Air to Air

Nice air to air shots of Steve flying Eindecker E105 on a lovely sunny evening.

Steve has designed a map holder for the Eindecker which allows him to keep one hand on the control stick at all times.