I want to start out by thanking everyone for stopping
by my newest addition to the Internet.
Why am I doing this you ask Okay you probably dont really
care but I am planning on putting together one of these Lancair
Super ESs and I couldnt find a site that was setup for
the user I guess. And I hate the pop-up ads and the advertisement
when youre trying to read something.
I hope everyone will enjoy this and use it to its potential.
If we outgrow it good news I can change it. Anyway have fun sharing
your knowledge and if you have something you would like to see on
here let me know. Im looking for good build tips to save me
thousands of hours. If you all don't send any tips I'll have to
forge through the Yahoo Groups website and pick stuff out, which
would you rather have?. I know I would rather you just send them
Okay here we go.................... Oh yeah check
out the Forum!
It all began in 1985 with the revolutionary Lancair
200, an aircraft so technically advanced that its now part of the
experimental aircraft association museum collection. The Lancair
200 revolutionized the flying experience, offering pilots more performance,
more freedom, increased satisfaction, and a better value than any
other piston-engine general aviation craft in existence.
Never content to rest on their laurels, Lance Neibauer
and the Lancair team continued to push the envelope of the worlds
finest two-place airplane. The result: the Lancair 320/360, an aircraft
so beautiful and unprecedented in design that it hung on display
in New York citys Metropolitan Museum of Art. Swift, stable,
tight and responsive, the Lancair 200s evolutionary heir again
shook up the general aviation industry.
Now, 15 years after the Lancair revolution began,
the history of unparalleled innovation, and the heritage of record-setting
performance continues with the Lancair Legacy. The successor to
Lancairs legendary two-place line, the Legacy represents the
culmination of more than a decade of research, testing and invaluable
input from Lancair builders and fliers. Redesigned from the tail
forward, its bigger, faster and easier to build.
For additional information visit Lancair