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rlborger

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Fellow Biplane Enthusiasts,

Hi, I'm new to the Biplane Forum. Just want to say Hi! I'm a flier of The Meyer's Little Toot Sport Biplane and love it. I will be beginning to build my own Toot as soon as my Europa XS Monowheel is flying in the next two or three weeks.

For those unfamiliar with the aircraft, the Toot is very well behaved in the air and on the ground. You can see the runway straight ahead over the nose on takeoff and on landing. No need to side-slip down to the final unless you really want to. It is fully aerobatic and stressed to +/- 10G. Many are built with full inverted systems. It has been called "The Cadillac of Sport Biplanes" and I agree.

For those who are interested in sport biplanes that qualify for the LSA pilot, The Little Toot can be built to qualify in weight and speeds. I know of two such Little Toots. One is the Toot I have been flying.


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Let me know if you would like more information on the Toot. I'll be happy to answer any questions about or just join in any general discussion of The Little Toot.
 

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