|"I really enjoy my PL-2. You did a great job in designing it and Dave Lavender did a great job building it and I am thoroughly enjoying flying it. As I tell many friends who see the plane 'it is so well designed and well built that I will stack it up with any Certified plane out there.' I speak from the viewpoint of one who has held an A&P license for 45 years and IA for seven years. I am rated in Boeing 727, 737, 747 and Airbus A310 but this Pazmany PL-2 is the most fun plane I have ever flown. A great job." - James Bethel|
"After over 30 years from its first FAA Airworthiness and no logged flight time, my PL-4 built by Paul Rodowski took to the air today. Performance was better than expected for an A-65 and controls were perfect. Indicated cruise was 125 MPH at 2150 RPM and max speed of 140 at 2300 RPM. The climb rate was around 1000 fpm at 80. Prop is a 70" Warnke ground adjustable which I'm probably going to replace with a Sterba."
"I have to work on my landings since this thing is a real floater. Thanks Paz for a great little bird!" - Mitch Garner
|"On March 17, 2008 440WT returned to the air after a 17 month overhaul (Engine was majored and airframe refurbished). Test flights were conducted at Fox Field California. The plane flies as advertised - Landings-60MPH she stays on the ground-70MPH She floats.....I flew the plane to Hurricane Utah(1L8) where it is currently hangared. I want to thank the builder Wade Thomas for the good workmanship in construction, Frank Roncelli for his help on the refurbishment of the ship & Pazmany for designing a great little bird..." - blueangel5912004|