Since 1973, Kent Pietsch has performed his incredible aerobatic routines for millions of people at more than 400 airshows across North America. While most aerobatic performers have one basic program, Kent executes three storied acts that leave spectators mesmerized. These include a dead-stick (turning the engine off) routine from 6,000 feet and a rooftop landing on a moving RV! However, Kent is best known for a comedy act that features a detached aileron (wing flap) and a mesmerizing wingtip-scraping pass down the runway that you must see to believe. Kent flies an 800 pound Interstate Cadet with a 37-foot wingspan. The plane’s horizontally opposed four cylinder engine can generate 90 horsepower and a G-force ranging from -3 to +5.