This is a kit I put together from various sources. There's plenty of info out there on the benefits of a Lift Reserve Indicator but many of the kits available go for $300+. This works strictly on…Continue
I typically used this anytime over 8,000'. It is gently used in excellent condition. It is the Aerox D Cylinder which holds 13 cubic feet of oxygen and it has two hook up ports. Comes with one…Continue
I have two 5 gallon bags made by Alaskan Bushwheels, never used in excellent new condition. I rigged up a spout on one, just add a threaded 1" PVC elbow, lay it on the wing and fill your tank. These go for $100 new....$50 each and would like to sell together. They don't take up a lot of room and will come in really handy on any long adventure. You pay for shipping. Check out this link:…See More
Unfortunately I have decided to sell my Cruzer CH750 project. My life has changed and I simply don't have the time, sadly I have not been able to work on it in over a year...so as tough a decision as it is, I know it's the right one. The airplane is almost complete and the plane is on the gear. The main gear has Desser tundra tubeless tires and the nosewheel is an 8.00 x 6.00 tube type tire. The steel bungee has been installed. Fuselage,wings, H stab, V stab, Rudder and Flaperons all done. Dual…See More
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Senior VP Property Management...Now Retired. I bought the CruZer kit. Plan to power with a modified O-200...9.5:1 compression, NFS Ceramic Coated Pistons. Had Lycon port and flow balance my cylinders as well.
Don, I have questions regarding your straight stick set up. Messages don't seem to get to me on this forum lately not sure why. Can you email me please at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks. Charlie Rosenzweig Magnolia KY.
sorry I missed your question earlier. Yes, the idea is to tap the lower tube, and screw through the edge of the shelf and the bottom edge of the instrument panel. If I need to get at the components, I back out 16(?) screws, and pivot the shelves down to where I can see what I'm doing ;)
Your rudder bearings are a terrific idea.Subconsciously I thought that the Zenith arrangement was not very good but did not have the presence of mind to create a fix. Including the Mc Masters Carr is icing on the cake.
Here's a picture of one of my rotors. I also used a right angle die grinder with a scotch bright pad to remove anodizing from the friction surface. If I were to do this again I would use a smaller bit and more hole's.
Thanks Don, I am on the edge of getting my air worthiness done. Yes, I was drafted August of 1967 after jump school I went to RVN ended up in Co F 51Inf. long Range Patrol. How is your build going? If you have any questions, I might be able to help.
The design of the ribs/wing will get you over 100mph... The engine will pull the weight of the plane over the threshold. Bob McDonald flew the Ch750 with a 912ULS close to 100mph. The cleaner Cruzer with the 912uls should get you over the 100mph.
Also, the more power available, the faster you can go IF the wing platform will permit it.
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