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Tue, 09 May 2017
It's been a while! Any questions / comments.

Posted 02:22


Hello. I'm Ricky from China.This is not my first time to visit your website, several years ago, when I first watch the video of CC flying, I was deeply attracted with the beauty. and then I found your website. and then I bought the plan from the Amazon, and study the plan now and then, but never practise to build myself. Money was a p[oblem and I kind of doubt my operational ablity. But the I did want to build one, my sincere heart tells me I have to do this. I want to build one and I also looking for kit,I think that will make the buid easier.Do you know where can buy the kit. Apprecaite.
Posted by Ricky Tang

University student DREAM
Hi, My name is Jordan from the University of Central Florida and I have been interested in the MC15 for years. Now that I am in a university, I would like to start a club around building this plane in order to apply what I am learning in my engineering classes. I have the plans for the plane but I need a mentor to answer some questions. I'm super excited to have found your website. Thanks for taking the time to keep this up!

Were can I buy the kit for the cri cri airplanes
Hello My name is Isaac from Madison Minnesota we farm 3000 acres of corn and soy beans and have ben looking for a very small yet reliable plane. My question is were can I buy a kit for the cri cri plains and watt would it cost to pay you to bild it? Thanks

I understand the gap between wing and flap is critical. How is gap maintained during wing vs flap deflection? Thank you. Bob

I wanted to become a physician, yet didn't finish the education...at first, then had the chance after being accepted to University of Miami. I did this after serving for more than 24 years/retiring from the United States Army. I've earned graduate/undergraduate degree after degree...but none have been fulfilling. I've always wanted to build my own plane, car, and fly a helicopter. I hope to, one day...with my Children. Now that would be living the dream. Cheers! Stephen
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