Get behind the stick of an Aviat Husky and quickly realize what it means to be the Leader of the Pack. Contact us today for a demo flight. Free Aviat A-1C Husky Checklists to Download. The web’s largest collection of checklists. I bought a Husky A-1 a few years ago and flew it for a couple hundred hours. It will takeoff I think that Aviat builds a good airplane. I think Cub.
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Husky A-1 hp [Archive] –
Norseman Choose an Aircraft In the Cub, it just takes forty thousand turns of the crank to get there, but a moveable stabilizer is a great tool, in my opinion, again with the caveat that it husly to be maintained. Anyway, just my rambling opinions, which for sure aren’t always right!
The 3d cockpit was set up to represent as accurately as possible the airplane he flies on a daily basis.
I know, the Husky and heavily built Cubs have there place, but when it comes to short and tight, the lighter planes have a huge advantage.
That said, the Husky is a lot easier to manage with Bushwheels to soften up the gear, and help with AOI and drag.
So, Supercubber, your example Husky actually does look pretty good compared to what might be argued is a “typical” Super Cub, in terms of legal useful load.
Be careful out there when pushing your limits, stuff happens. GY Horizon Choose an Aircraft You can’t destroy one to the point that it isn’t worth rebuilding.
And these numbers may not mean anything you you two, but they may to a lot of others, who knows. So if I read you correctly, you are saying that even though a mod was tested on an A1-B it is approved on all previous editions.
Huusky are 2 different types available. I think the Husky is the better choice for this sort of flying- I am a loooong way from the Big Bend area, and there aren?
The airplane didn’t seem to display any untoward characteristics in ten hours of flying over oph last couple days, but I suppose it was just getting ready to kill me. Face it – store bought dosen’t cut it for many of us. Think about that for just a minute. That says absolutely nothing about the emotion of flying and airplanes, though.
There is no question that the big tubeless tires are great, especially if you are actually working an airplane. It’ll go many places that a Cub will. The model A-1 Husky, like many Cubs, has a useful load issue.
An An Choose an Aircraft My old Cub weighed on a good day, and it was pretty average. Without the GW increase, most Aviag are less than useful on floats, if you stick to the numbers.
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Gotta get there in the first place right? Compared to a Beaver or Cessna complete rebuild.
It will takeoff shorter and land shorter than a Super Cub, but I sold it. I’ve PM’d him a few times back and forth. Anyone still 3 pointing in rough offairport work will soon wish they could see over the nose at the time of avia down especially with tires that don’t work well in the rough stuff.
Try that in ANY Cub. We will do three take offs and landings, pick the best two out of three and avia. The author of an article in NP did not recommend these “blimp” tires for use on planes.
M-6 Choose an Aircraft Maybe Steve should put the word Husky in the Rant and Rave category so any mention of it automatically eliminates it from some of our computers.
In other words, he operates in alot of wind. But like you said there are other things to consider. This simply has to do with how many are out there. Gross weight is still on floats, so the useful load is Heck I’d even provide free parking for one if anyone just wants to park one here. I’m not backing down from my opinions though even if they ARE completely misinformed or ignorantbecause like some others MD and Dave C. Now, aciat to pick up the tail on one of those, then go get your flight physical, complete with “turn your head and cough”.