The extended wing gave the 1000 an increase in span of 12% and about 10% more wing area, so in order to give the 1000 the same ratios of area and moments as the 60, you would have to increase the length of the fuse from the CG back by 12% to offset the span increase and also increase the total area of the tail surfaces by 10% to offset the increase in the wing area. That would give you an airplane basically the same size as the kit plane. It still wouldn't fly the same as the 60 because of the higher aspect ratio wing, but it would be close. Blowing the plans up 12% gives you an airplane that is 25% larger than the kit plane, and aside from the unavoidable effects of the larger size and weight, it would fly exactly like the 60.
A 25% larger Ultra Sport 1000 (US1250?) would give a few more engine options also. Moki 2.1....50cc gas...Saito 220? A 50cc gas twin with the jugs hanging out would be awesome!
Last edited by jrf; 06-05-2014 at 10:49 AM.