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Old September 14th 03, 12:56 PM
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Default Sonerai II Flying Characteristics

What Spam Cans out there would imitate the flying characteristics of a
Sonerai?


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Old September 15th 03, 04:47 PM
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"JFLEISC" wrote in message
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Having owned one for several years...None.

Jim


I agree with you Jim. The only certified, production airplane that I can
think of that flies anything like a Sonerai would be a CAP10B. A S2A Pitts
might be another good example (except for the power).

Rick


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Old September 15th 03, 07:26 PM
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I agree with you Jim. The only certified, production airplane that I can
think of that flies anything like a Sonerai would be a CAP10B. A S2A Pitts
might be another good example (except for the power).

Rick

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Sonerai.... poor man's CAP or Pitts?

When Puerto Rican barnyard pigs fly.


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Old September 16th 03, 04:57 AM
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Barnyard BOb -- wrote:



I agree with you Jim. The only certified, production airplane that I can
think of that flies anything like a Sonerai would be a CAP10B. A S2A Pitts
might be another good example (except for the power).

Rick

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Sonerai.... poor man's CAP or Pitts?

When Puerto Rican barnyard pigs fly.


Barnyard BOb -- 50 years of flight


The question was regarding production airplanes that have handling
qualities similar to a Sonerai. Not similar performance. The control
harmony of the Sonerais I have flown along with the roll rate and
elevator power are very similar to the CAP10. I also find the ground
handling on landing to be similar. Nothing I said should have been
construed to mean that the Sonerai performs (aerobatics or otherwise)
the same as a CAP10.

Rick -- 31 years of flight (and still flying)

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Old September 16th 03, 10:08 AM
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Barnyard BOb -- 50 years of flight


The question was regarding production airplanes that have handling
qualities similar to a Sonerai. Not similar performance. The control
harmony of the Sonerais I have flown along with the roll rate and
elevator power are very similar to the CAP10. I also find the ground
handling on landing to be similar. Nothing I said should have been
construed to mean that the Sonerai performs (aerobatics or otherwise)
the same as a CAP10.

Rick -- 31 years of flight (and still flying)

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Got it. g


Barnyard BOb - OVER 50 years of flight


 




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