7 thoughts on “Just Aircraft’s SuperSTOL Extreme: Economy Class, STOL Performance

  1. It appears the author is confusing alignment terms. The airplane has a great deal of visible positive camber, not toe in. Toe in is unwanted on a tail dragger, neutral or a bit of toe out is desired, but it is such a small amount it is quite difficult to see without tools to measure it. However, the camber is easily noticed when the gear is unweighted and hanging low.

  2. Why does the author spend so much of the report talking about the cub/super cub, when in the rest of the report he makes clear that this aircraft has nothing in common with the cub/super cub? Likewise his experience riding in a super cub in Alaska, before talking about a new aircraft built in South Carolina and flown in Wisconsin.

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