Zenith CH 750 CRUZER light sport kit aircraft

Let's go fly! Here's a closer look at the Zenith CH 750 Cruzer.

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Comment by Bill Carter on May 4, 2013 at 3:51pm


Congratulations on a great new design.

Looks like your dad, you, and the great team that you have in house there and in Canada have hit a home run.

All the best to you, Roger and everyone involved in the design, building, and testing.


Comment by Danny Creech on May 4, 2013 at 8:50am

Why didn't Chris put a small section of rudder in front of the pivot line to help offset the rudder pressure? Hummm.. I'm going to have to make my own design and offer it for sale.

Comment by Danny Creech on May 4, 2013 at 8:43am

I love these new design changes to the 750. It is so great to see Chris Heintz is finally fixing the issues of the 701, 750, and 801. It has taken a long time and I’m not sure why he held out so long. I hope that the next step in this evolution with the 750 cruiser will be to fix the relationship issue with the elevator bell cranks. A bungee cord to keep the cables from rubbing on each other is just silly guys! Fix it so the forward bell crank doesn’t move. There are at least two guys on this web site that have done this and have photos on here. Chris, take a look at these and if it looks good to you, incorporate it. This bell crank issue and the cheap design of the nose strut are the last two items that need to be address to have a near perfect “Fun Plane.”  Great job Zenith guys. Keep improving and keep the price low and you will always have a winner!

Comment by adrian dines on May 4, 2013 at 8:17am

nice plane - but did i see the rudder flutter !  or was it just my monitor screen , check it out.

Comment by William W Cameron on May 3, 2013 at 11:40pm

If it could take off from my horse pasture across from my house pasture the way the STOL 750 will be able to when I finish it, I'd build it instead. I like the added speed for cruise as I have friends far away and Texas ain't small! What are thr performance figures for STOL with it?

Comment by Larry Abilla on May 3, 2013 at 3:41pm

Wow! Truly a functionally beautiful LSA. The features are sporty yet Stol enhanced. Very Nice indeed!

Comment by Lance Gingell on May 3, 2013 at 2:20pm

I have even considered using my flying 601XLB as parts for the cruzer!  The FWF is mostly the same. Probably the wheels/brakes/pedals?  Certainly the engine and avionics.

Just a thought....

Comment by Ted Taylor on May 3, 2013 at 1:55pm

Love the cowling! I'm apt to steal that design and make one like it for my 601. I plan many more years of enjoyment from my 601, but if I was going to trade it in the CruZer would be my first consideration. Great job.

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