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Hovering with 4 adults 700 lbs. on 2 seat turbocharged Rotorway at 2500 ft. without straining the helicopter more than at sea-level with max. allowed power du to my own designed turbocharged intercooled altitude compensation system. Please watch my video with the incredible performance: Title of video : Arthur hovers with 4 adults on his 2 seat turbo Rotorway helicopter h https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMo7R4Ii7kc
Arthur's record landing at 12 600ft. DA with his turbo Rotorway helicopter. Please watch the attached video with the incredible performance. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PE21WiP5TUg I did compare 13 modern piston engine helicopter regarding hover performance with maximum take-off weight at high altitude, my Rotorway with my own designed altitude compensation system outperforms all of them . See attachment !
I would like to introduce , my own designed turbocharged intercooled altitude compensation system, on my Rotorway with its incredible performance My helicopter and engine has been completely redesigned to improve the marginal power and reliability of Rotorway. Please watch my short video : Arthur's High Altitude Turbocharged Rotorway. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IC5Ow1wrB8 Please also watch : Arthur's Turbocharged X Country Rotorway https://www.youtube.com/watch/v=GbQpDFKZ5Rw Thanks for watching : A proud Rotorway owner
Does everyone know the Robinson calendar life items under part 91 just applies to the blades? I think buying a R22 that is out of the recommended 12 yr inspection, but still has time/hrs remaining on all parts is not only legal to fly under part 91 but probably safer than a home built!