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Started this discussion. Last reply by Angel Galicia Jan 1, 2020. 7 Replies 1 Like
Super Short Takeoff and Landings Anywhere.2013 CH-750 STOL With 72 Hr on Airframe.Continental O-200 With 209 Hr Since Overhaul.30 Gallons of Fuel Storage, 2 Wing Tanks.Turn Engine over with Push…Continue
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Hi Randy, your plane it is still for sale?
Love your plane. Does it fly as good as it looks? How was your experience with installing the O200?
Love your work ! Keep at it ...and soon you'll be reporting your flight experiences too !
Sorry for the delayed response. I saw your panel and it looks great! I am installing a Skyview as well. Did you have the carbon fiber on the panel done somewhere? I had Aerotronics cut my panel and overlay a carbon fiber and soon I will have to spray a finish over it. Did you have it done or finish it yourself? Your build loooks great!
Nice work Randy!
Hi Randy Your photos look great, can I ask how many#3 and#4 colecos you needed? thanks Lee Engel 750 builder.
Your project looks like it is coming along great. Please call if I can help.
Enjoy the build. Its been a joy for me, I'm about 60%, and I've been working on it now for about 2 1/2 years (slow, I know). I'm on the wings right now, with most of the fuselage complete. I'm leaving the slats off and using VG's instead. I plan on modifying the center to make some sort of airfoil (beanie mod). I have about a 1400 foot dirt, grass, weed runway in my pasture. Haven't had much luck getting an EAA tech advisor to come out, and I've ask two.
Roger - Atwater
I'm a few miles from you in Atwater, Ca., building a 701.
I wish you the all the best with your project. If you ever get the chance to visit the Zenith factory please take the time to stop by our builder assist facility too. We are their newest and nearest builder assist facility and like to have visitors. We are right here in Mexico, Mo., not far from the factory.
Take care and good luck,
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