Posted on April 14, 2009 at 6:41am
A big day on April 13th as we pulled the CH750 out of the hangar and started the engine. The 0200 roared to life and sounded like a million bucks. We ran the engine for about 15 minutes, then shut down and back in the hangar. The last remaining items are so simple (and small). I have three bugnuts coming from Spruce to attach mixture, carb heat and cabin heat. I safety wired everything last night. Once the bugnuts are installed it's time to weigh, complete weight and balance exhibits and submit… Continue
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Thanks for your imput. Having a plane painted can get expensive. Yours looks great! Pick out a few colors, paint all the sub-assemblies different colors, add graphics and you have a one of kind that looks great and doesn't cost a fortune. thx
I was just admiring the pictures of your completed CH 750. Where did you purchase the graphics for the sides and cowling. Curious if you purchased them locally or found a site on the internet. thx
Just wondering if your 750 is in the air? Looking foward to visiting with you again soon.
Have a great day! Stevie
Have a great day. Stevie
Thanks, Jim Derickson
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