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    Jerry,
    Bob Breeden here contacting you. We met at Valdez in 2008 or 2009. I have read your 12/27/10 post on SuperCub.org, that post was excellent.

    I am building a LIGHT experimental O-375 Super Cub with a light composite prop. Moving the engine back 9 inches to keep the machine balanced and playful, with a stock length tail and no lead mass in tailwheel - even with a fiberglass tailspring.

    Would larger VG's work better, say double the height and length of Micros? I am using the stock wing - I like stock ailerons for gusts and rotors on short final. Next year I may scale up the wing 10 percent or 20 percent, in all dimensions. I would also like to fit on an Otter type flap - so that concept is working my mind but for now, the wing that I am curious about VG wise is the stock Super Cub wing.

    Will you be coming to Alaska this year? I have room in my hangar if you want to leave your plane there for some or all of the season.....

    Thanks,
    Bob Breeden
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About Jerry Burr
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Sedro Woolley, Washington.
Aircraft Owned/Flown:
J-3 Cub
Home Airport:
Skagit-Regional / Bayview. Washington

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