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    Default About 2 Stall - South African Kitfox SS7 and stall research with the roof and VG's.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRNPM7A54Yk

    If you can understand our South African accent, I think you'll all find this very interesting.
    Enjoy!
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    Default Re: About 2 Stall - South African Kitfox SS7 and stall research with the roof and VG'

    Nice video Reid. That is a lot of work. Thanks
    How was the fence attached?
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    Default Re: About 2 Stall - South African Kitfox SS7 and stall research with the roof and VG'

    Interesting video Reid and yes, lots of effort invested in discovering what is going on when the 7 SS is taken this deep into the stall. The influence of v.g.ís on the top of the windshield is interesting as is the potential of a root fence in postponing or preventing tail stall until well after the wing gives up itís lift.


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    Default Re: About 2 Stall - South African Kitfox SS7 and stall research with the roof and VG'

    Quote Originally Posted by DesertFox4 View Post
    Interesting video Reid and yes, lots of effort invested in discovering what is going on when the 7 SS is taken this deep into the stall. The influence of v.g.ís on the top of the windshield is interesting as is the potential of a root fence in postponing or preventing tail stall until well after the wing gives up itís lift.

    Thanks guys, but I am just a farmer and not clever enough to think of researching these things

    These guys live in the Transvaal, about 600 nautical from me. I hope they join this forum at some stage, because they are good thinkers......

    I enjoyed their research thoroughly!!

    Reid

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