charles nolen

charles nolen

60 years old
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Where are Larry and Amy? Facebook pictures seem to place them in China or other asian country. Have they moved Evolution trikes to China or are they just promoting Revo in China?

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    charles nolen
    charles nolen commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    I assume these are sold? Of course I like the red one. All my toys are red.
    3 months ago
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    charles nolen
    charles nolen commented on Henry Trikelife's Video.
    I'm just curious but how many thousand hours does Henry Trikelife have in his logbook? Must be a bunch!!!
    8 months ago
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    charles nolen
    charles nolen Where are Larry and Amy? Facebook pictures seem to place them in China or other asian country. Have they moved Evolution trikes to China or are they just promoting Revo in China?
    1 year ago
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    charles nolen
    charles nolen commented on Henry Trikelife's Video.
    What kind of trike is this? Make, model, wing, etc..
    1 year ago
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    charles nolen
    charles nolen commented on Larry Mednick's Video.
    Great message. Beautiful scenery. I thought cranberries grew in a bog like rice. So its just for harvesting them. Very interesting.
    2 years ago
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    charles nolen
    charles nolen How do you lower the wing on the P&M PulsR? Do you remove the front of the canopy ? How does it work? Thanks
    2 years ago
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    charles nolen
    charles nolen What you up to Larry? Looks like an axle repair.
    2 years ago
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    charles nolen
    charles nolen This may be a strange observation but why was the engine enclosure not painted red? Looks like it was added on without being completely finished.
    2 years ago
    • Larry  Mednick
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      Larry Mednick It was fitted properly and awaiting paint.
      2 years ago
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    charles nolen
    charles nolen commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    Why would you lengthen the fuel vent 6 or 7 feet? Its not like the shorter vent didn't work. Also, I understand that he was trying to extend his range or something like that. How many oz of fuel would this have added? Couldn't be much. Was he and ...
    2 years ago
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    charles nolen
    "charles nolen" commented on Paul Hamilton's Blog "Airplane pilot transitioning to trike - lessons learned".
    Ok here's my two cents. My first "plane" was a Buckeye powered parachute. Then I learned how to fly trikes. TC of TC's trikes in Soddy Daisy TN was my instructor. My first trike was a NW Maverick with 17 m wing. Then I bought a NW Navajo and sold ...
    2 years ago
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    charles nolen
    "charles nolen" commented on Maarten Lobker's Blog "My first engine out".
    I've flown hundreds of hours in trikes and ppc with either a 503 or a 582. Never had an engine out. But I do proper maintenance as directed by the manual. Proper warm up is essential. The only engine out I've ever had was in a light sport plane with ...
    2 years ago
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    charles nolen
    charles nolen commented on Larry Mednick's Video.
    great video. I really like the stall characteristics of the Revo and Rival S wing.
    2 years ago
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    charles nolen
    charles nolen commented on Drew Pawlak's Video.
    Very nice. What was your altitude? Speed?
    2 years ago
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    charles nolen
    charles nolen commented on Heather Davis's Video.
    Get a trickle charger and connect it to the battery each time you finish flying and you'll always be ready to go. I've not had a dead battery in years. Chuck
    2 years ago
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    charles nolen
    charles nolen I would like to thank Larry Mednick and the entire Revo team for a great day at Zephyrhills, Fl. My son and I flew down to Tampa, rented a car and drove over to Revo at Zephyrhills Muni. We ate breakfast at Barb's place downtown Zephyrhills with Larry, Amy and several other trike pilots and then rode over to the Revo hanger. We were only there 6 hours before we had to fly back but it was 6 hours of questions and answers about the Revo. I also got to fly the Revo with the Rival S wing. WOW!!! I had been told and read that the Rival S was some kind of wild wing, "twitchy" and not for the novice or intermediate pilot. The Rival S was great, nice handling and did what I wanted it to. I am use to a 17 meter NW on a Navajo 582. Have never flown a double surface wing or a trike with a 912 S. Though not an expert by any means I felt the initial transition lesson was made easier because of the Revo the Rival S and because I have studied Larry's flying technique videos and have been applying these techniques to my Navajo and 17 m. The control you have as far as turns climbs and descents is remarkable. Larry had me put the Revo in a spiral dive and then recover - the wing responded perfectly. My son was given a demo lesson and got to fly the Rival S. He is not a trike pilot yet but said Larry was able to teach him turns very quickly. So a big THANKS to Larry, Amy and the entire Revo team. PS: If you really want to see what the Revo is all about go to Zephyrhills and see for yourself. Its worth the time and money.
    2 years ago
    • Todd Halver
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      Todd Halver And when anyone is in Zephyrhills - you need to fly the Delta Jet 2 and compare performance and value. Abid will be glad to demonstrate the DJ2 in equal measure.
      2 years ago
    • Larry  Mednick
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      Larry Mednick Actually I took him by and showed him the DJ2. He didn't get to fly it though. But he looked at the DJ2 and sat in it. I usually show the Apollo to people as a basis for cost comparison and what a $70,000 machine looks like.
      2 years ago

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