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Is that 1,400 prop rpm correct for Dave's VIP? That's only around 2,940 engine rpm, which is great. But I'd like to see how the VIP compares to his previous numbers when doing between 120-130 mph?
Yes, 95mph at less than 3000 engine RPM. It is correct
Ops, you were trusting I did my math correctly, but I did not. RPM is slightly higher than 3,000 but still very impressive.
Great reference data! I hope they revise the Light Sport regulations to allow an inflight controllable pitch prop. Larry Zepp