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Started this discussion. Last reply by Samuel McNair Oct 16, 2018. 2 Replies 2 Likes
It has showed up in the media that I used my CH801 to support the recent Hurricane Florence Airlift. Also and unfortunately now showing up on the internet is an erroneous report from the GSO FSDO to…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Davis Aug 8, 2018. 9 Replies 5 Likes
See attached MS word trip log for 26 days of flying from SC to AK to CA and back in my CH801. The link to version 1 of the video created by my friend who accompanied me covering the flight portions…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Samuel McNair Aug 1, 2018. 9 Replies 6 Likes
I left in the afternoon of 6/1 and returned about noon on 6/25; 11,235 miles and 115 hours of flight time later. Route was: Georgia to Cut Bank, Mt. then up to Calgary, up the AlCan to Fairbanks, to…Continue
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I just got back from about 25 hours of flight in 2 1/2 weeks. Did some local ADS-B and avionics check flights and rigging checks after the dual stick conversion. Then a long trip.
I am very disappointed with the dual stick kit that I paid $800 for. Installed per the instructions the stick hits the dash when forward well before all travel is achieved and when back it needed to be about 2 inches into my chest with the seat way back to get full up elevator. I had to redesign the…Continue
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Hi Sam - Did you figure out the Nosegear Shock Suspension using the round rubber disks on your CH801? If so, what disks did you use, how many, and where did you get them? I have a CH640 which has the same front fork design as the CH801 and I'd like to get rid of the shock cord on my plane also. Thanks ! Brian 702-371-6710
Sam, I think we normally run 360 to 370, I don't think we have ever gone over 390. But it is cool here now, so not sure where we will be when it gets hot outside.
I'd like to see the picture of the aluminum fairing that you just installed under the horizontal stabilizer. Thanks.