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- Joined: Mon Dec 21, 2015 10:51 pm
- Location: jennings
It's a little windy in the back seat. I have 45 hours on the plane. I just started flying from the back. I bought a fabric helmet from Gibson Barnes. My headsets fit on the helmet. I am trying a goggles visor combo. The visor comes done below my chin. It may help with the wind.
If anyone has any suggestions on cutting down the wind I would appreciate it.
I hope you find this helpful. I built my Air Cam 3 years ago and now have 300 hours on it. I added a windshield
and side panels and it helped a lot but one of the guys ask me to mount one on his plane so I thought there is a
need for a complete enclosure so I built him a complete rear seat enclosure. I am now producing that enclosure and
if you are interested call me at 941 626 9495 you can also go to my you tube account and see what I built Randy
here is the link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6mcghPMYXU
or just go to you tube and type in skiparu1 that
will show you all my flights in my Air Cam, Skip Rasmussen
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- Joined: Mon Apr 09, 2018 1:25 am
- Location: Hemet
I'm curious - are you flying solo from the rear seat? If yes, did you do anything to add weight in front to preserve W & B range? My best!