N5167A is currently owned by Larry Church of New Mexico. He has about 70 hours on the aircraft and has most of the bugs worked out now. He did install a streerable tailwheel for ground handling purposes. Larry confesses that his former partner/ builder did the work..."kind of like flying a snowplow." Of course we believe him.
Cruise is about 80 MPHIAS and stalls below
40. With the AS needle below the "40" mark, actual stall is pretty low.
The power-off stall is just a "big mush" but the the vertical speed
in the downward direction is high.