Victor Agadzi

Victor Agadzi

50 years old
Male
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Pensacola
United States
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See pictures of IFLY-720 under photos. Call if interested;850-292-2005

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    Victor Agadzi
    Victor Agadzi commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    No doubts in my mind. With this machine being Larry's conception creation, performance is at it's best with great STOL. The answer is no doubt =A
    6 months ago
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    Victor Agadzi commented on Tom Currier's picture.
    Nice Setup Tom. What is the auminum structure in the water? Custom made or available?
    1 year ago
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    Victor Agadzi See pictures of IFLY-720 under photos. Call if interested;850-292-2005
    1 year ago
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    Victor Agadzi Share something with Trikepilot Social
    1 year ago
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    Victor Agadzi
    Victor Agadzi FOR SALE: I-FLY 720 GPS; Not used much. Bought it in 2013, Complete in original box and all parts, holder, Cigarette Lighter Adapter, AC Adapter. Contact me for details before I list on Barnstormers or other site. Price: $480. Small scratches, barely noticeable on black lower right frame.
    1 year ago
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    Victor Agadzi Congratulations Larry. Another important innovation in trike flying is now here. great job Larry. You are indeed a force moving this segment of aviation forward. proud to know ya. Hope to meet soon.
    1 year ago
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    Victor Agadzi Cool amphibious gyro.
    1 year ago
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    Victor Agadzi has uploaded 1 New Profile Photos.
    1 year ago
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    1 year ago
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    Victor Agadzi commented on Todd Halver's wall:
    Love that machine.AWESOME!!
    3 years ago
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    Victor Agadzi commented on Kael Rowan's Video.
    Nice video. Excellent landing as a result of excellent instruction from the master,How else.. I will never forget how Larry went out of his way to help me setup my unique trike. Without him, it would have been impossible. He is truly an amazing guy ...
    3 years ago
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    Victor Agadzi commented on garrett speeter's Video.
    RESPECT!!!!!!! I love it. Great sound, dedication and compilation..Flying just like a bird, mayb a bird, u must b a bird… lol, My hat is off for you ..I loved it.
    3 years ago
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    Victor Agadzi commented on Marcio Garcia Vieira's Video.
    Sends shivers down my spine. May he RIP.. Sooo sad.. Definitely torque roll exhibited by a full power takeoff in a light trike. Prop spins counterclockwise and according to Newtons Law, equal and opposite reaction is for the carriage to spin ...
    3 years ago
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    Victor Agadzi commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    Great work as usual Larry. Glad to have known u. U ROCK as a manufacturer, Pilot and Person.. God Bless.
    3 years ago

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  • Ken McNeill
    by Ken McNeill 4 years ago
    Hi Victor,

    I live in Minnesota and want to get into trike-life. Because we have one or two lakes here, a float trike is really intriguing. What advice would you give to someone considering floater trikes?

    Ken
  • Mike-in- Thailand
    by Mike-in- Thailand 7 years ago
    If it performs as well as you say with such a small amount of yellow (like someone's sneezed upwards from the passenger seat at 40 kts), we can but wonder how it'd go if the floats and trike were all a deep yellow.
  • Victor Agadzi
    by Victor Agadzi 7 years ago
    love my red and YELLOW trike . Had a blast flying this BALLERINA. The red and YELLOW makes me go go go . LIft off is awesome and touch down, on the water is a BLAAAAAAAST. Superb handling, excellent aerodynamics and hydrodynamics and coefficiency of lift ....... awesome. The Italians are definitely great in design.......
  • Victor Agadzi
    by Victor Agadzi 7 years ago
    I also figured out how to ramp my trike easily. I found the perfect angle between my ramp and trailer. I am now able to drive up my ramp (under prop power)and park the trike directly onto my trailer when done flying.Pretty nifty....
  • Doug Boyle
    by Doug Boyle 7 years ago
    Hey Victor, SnF was breezy--gusts up to 30mph. I only flew on Saturday! Kit, Pete, Michael, and myself were the only trikes. Michael flew on Friday with passenger and dropped it in from 10' and split a seam in the float. He was welded back up on Saturday and out flying again with passenger. His production floats include a beefed up area in the spot where his older style float split. That's how gusty it was!
  • Doug Boyle
    by Doug Boyle 7 years ago
    Hey Victor, My personal e-mail is pilotboyle@hotmail.com
  • Doug Boyle
    by Doug Boyle 7 years ago
    Hey Vic, Not sure if my messages are posting. I'll try this again! Flew last evening: full power climb 42mph; idle speed trim 32-35mph; stall speed <30mph. I'll move the hang point 1/4" further forward to try and get the stall to occur when bar touches compression strut. I noticed right wing tip has been rotated up more than left: do you remember Larry correcting for a left turn?
  • Doug Boyle
    by Doug Boyle 7 years ago
    Hey Vic, Buy yourself a Hall Wind Speed indicator and a 12" bracket/mount, all for about $40. With this you can locate the indicator on your downtubes and angle it with the airstream. It will provide a good crosscheck of your own a/s indicator.

    My a/s yesterday was between 35-42mph. I pulled it in on my last flight to see 50mph. I did not push the bar all the way out to see the stall speed.

    My first mission was to determine that the wing flew straight--it did. My second mission was to determine the correct hang point which I moved rearward upon installation, and then forward after the first flight. It's not as far forward as you had it, but it is within an inch.

    My first flight was cautious because the control bar on the ground seemed very heavy (rearward) to me. I moved the hang point forward before the first flight to alleviate some of the heaviness. It only mitigated it somewhat, but it still seemed heavy. After all of the flight-testing I realized that the new strut attachment probably contributes to this feeling, which seemed different than my other wing. It contains more weight than the old arrangment.
  • Doug Boyle
    by Doug Boyle 7 years ago
    Hey Victor, I flew the new wing tonight and it performs nicely. I have it trimmed out at 42mph. Thanks for your help.
  • Doug Boyle
    by Doug Boyle 7 years ago
    Hey Victor, I'm thinking about leaving on Saturday and meeting you on Sunday. I'll call once I'm finally on the road.