Michael W Mallock
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  • Athabasca, Alberta
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195HP Viking engine with gearbox

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael W Mallock Dec 3, 2022. 6 Replies

New 195HP Viking engine and gearbox $20,000,00 Canadian, located in Athabasca Alberta. Never mounted.Continue

Ch 750 Gen 3 components

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael W Mallock Jun 4, 2022. 14 Replies

SOLDSOLDSOLDKit registered with the MD-RA service Wings completed and open for MD-RA inspection, including Dynon AOA heated pitot, remote ADHRS and OAT probe, dual 12 gallon fuel tanks, Viking fuel…Continue

Wing tip to spar and rear channel attachment

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael W Mallock Sep 27, 2016. 2 Replies

Best fit for the wing tips on my CH750 build puts the spar tip L angle and rear channel L angle (as shown on 75WX-1) about 200mm from the inside surface of the formed wing tip.Has anyone omitted…Continue

Alternative fuel system!!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael W Mallock Jan 16, 2017. 16 Replies

What if we put one fuel pump/filter and (pressure regulator, if needed) in each wing right next to the tank? We could also install flow sensors to operate our electronic fuel gauges in the wings.Each…Continue


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Looking forward to the journey!!
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At 9:26pm on January 17, 2017, charlie rosenzweig said…


I sure appreciate the info.    It means more to me from builders that things at Viking are OK than from them.    I am leaning on buying their gearbox, but was somewhat relulctant due to past issues.   Sounds like this are OK there now.

At 1:17am on January 17, 2017, charlie rosenzweig said…


I got to thinking about your comment about putting a deposit on the viking engine and hoping to get it in the spring.    Was that because they don't have it available until then?   I was just curious about their delivery time frame?

At 11:53am on November 4, 2016, charlie rosenzweig said…


I really appreciate your reply.   I hope things go well for you.     I think the honda engine is a great choice and I hope for experimental aviation that Jan has more success with Viking that he had with the subarus.   I am a true fan of people using experimental airframes and auto conversions if they want.   Good flying to you sounds like a great project!  

P.S. I have an RV6A in my shop that is completed.  I am seriously thinking of selling it and switching to a Zenith 750 as I know have enough for a short grass strip at my house.    When I started the RV6a I did not have that...

At 12:18am on January 31, 2016, ronald zielke said…

Hi Mike do you have a privet email mines zman@scrtc.com

At 9:51am on January 4, 2016, ronald zielke said…

My son and me went to cc34 at mexico mo at the zenith factory and got  the motor about 80%, but am waiting on a bunch of parts from Wm. so until i get toughs parts i'm kind of stuck.  I'm trying to finish up a lot of my inst.  and wiring while waiting,  bummer

At 4:37pm on January 3, 2016, ronald zielke said…

Michael I've never heard of it but sounds interesting.    I ended up installing aluminum lines, i just didn't want  to take a chance with the rubber.  I even uses the fuel valve that  Paul sanders has in his reply.   I see that your using a corvair so am i, its a 3000 cc unit

At 7:59pm on November 30, 2015, Bashar Hussien said…


I fly when there is an opportunity to fly, winter added some of obstclaes like snow drift in front of the hanger door, runway plowing and engine starting etc.. let us watch the weather and find a good flying day. I am planning to fly to Wetaskiwin and you may be able to drive to the airport, then we can fly in the area for an hour or so.

At 10:29pm on November 29, 2015, Bashar Hussien said…

Hi Michael

You are welcome, Zenith CH750 is a great airplane, I will be pleased to help you getting familiar with the airplane and its characteristics. I flew the airplane about 100hrs in the last two years and I have experience in Merlin, C-172 and C-182 as well, but flying CH750 is fun and rewarding.

Building the airplane is another animal I never dealt with. I takes few years based on other builders feedback. Therefore you need to be prepared of sparing the required time to build the airplane.



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