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Weight and Balance for EAA Bipe

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Jan 22, 2008
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I used to belong to the EAA Bipe forum but they seemed to have disappeared. I acquired an EAA Bipe P-2 project several years back. It was a flying machine for almost 20years until a ground loop in 1995 forced a complete teardown. After changing hands 3 times in 3 different states I finally found the set of wings and welded fuselage in an outbuilding in Springfield Illinois. I had aspirations to have a flying machine in a couple of years. HA!!!! after 6 years into the Bipe project I hope to get her running this coming summer. This is my first project and am always looking for help.

My concern at this point is the weight and balance. This is not a per plans Bipe. It has a few acrosport mods to help with cockpit space done before me. I am holding off on the firewall forward sheet metal until I find out what numbers I am trying to make. There are numbers for the first EAA bipe in the plans I have, but no where do they say how large my envelope is. Does anyone know the limits for this bird?


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