Texas STOL Finals and Abandoned Airplane
This was the final round for the Husky National STOL Series in Gainesville, Texas. Steve Henry Came out the Overall Winner of the event, as well as the Overall Winner for the Series in his Just Aircraft, Wild West Aircraft Highlander powered by Yamaha.
Highlander 2.5 foot takeoff, Steve Henry
Kevin Quinn has a global stole competition going on and a couple of weeks ago I had a 27 foot landing and a 6 foot takeoff which was an incredibly good score, but I thought I could do better. Today we had 15 to 20 mile an hour winds and I did much better! I landed in 16 1/2 feet which I was super happy with! What was really wild though was with my brakes locked up I took off on dry ground in 2 1/2 feet!! I love my Wild West Aircraft/Just Aircraft Highlander with my Edge Performance EPeX Yamaha engine! For more information and for purchasing your own Highlander see our website at WildWestAircraft.com
STOL Drag Practice for MaydaySTOL
I am busy getting ready for a summer full of flying competitions. I am really looking forward to this MaydaySTOL in Wayne, Nebraska. You can find more information on the event at MaydaySTOL.com If you are interested in purchasing a Highlander please contact me for more information. I would be happy to help you! Visit WildWestAircraft.com
How to put your Highlander airplane in a trailer. We are loaded and ready for Sun N Fun, Florida
We are setting out for our summer of Stol Competitions and Stol Drag races. The first stop is Sun N Fun in Florida. We wanted to show you how we fit the Highlander into the trailer for safe travels.
Steve Henry 6 FOOT takeoff in a Highlander
Wild West Aircraft/ Just Aircraft Highlander with Edge Performance EPeX Yamaha power landing and taking off short! Kevin Quinn is sponsoring a video STOL competition (I think because we’re all bored with this virus lockdown thing going on.) It’s a lot like they do at Valdez or Oshkosh but it does not have to be a takeoff and landing in the same set, it can be mix and match. In this video I had about 10 to 15 mile an hour gusty, shifty wind. Had I done it about an hour earlier the wind was much better. Density altitude was 3500 feet. Call me at 208-880-7887 to get started on your own awesome Highlander!