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I'm about 4 months of part time building a 750 Cruzer in the central Ocala area of Florida. I would like to know how many or if any building or flying Cruzer's there are close to us? Any help would be appreciated.
Finishing flying surfaces and hoping to start the fuselage in the next few months.
Im building a stol not far from you. I live around howey in the hills. Im about to hang the engine, almost there. Good luck.
Hi Jeff, What Engine are you installing? Tks Wayne
Im installing the o-235. Its getting built now with a few special parts so hopefully the power will be up to around 120hp.
Hi Jeff, I would like to make the trip up and see your Cruzer build and Engine when I get back to Florida after the holidays sometime . I have often thought the Cruzer with an 0-235 would be and idea combination.I haven't seen many reports on the Cruzer yet. Tks Wayne
I dont have the engine yet, hopefully in the next few weeks i will go pick it up.
Ya ,Ok no rush, let me know when it's convenient for you, if you need a hand let me know. Tks Wayne
I too am thinking the 0-235 but thing the 0-233 light sport version would really knock it out of the park for the weight difference. The problem is I can't find anything new online about it. Does anyone know if they are still building them or is anyone have one on a Cruzer yet? Thanks Jeff R.
There are some CH 750 and Cruzer's being built but you might have to drive a bit. The Sebring Show is coming in January and a lot of builders will attend as well as some factory build representatives there to answer and give you advise.
Thanks for the Reply ya all. Keep building and one day we'll have all the SE owners fly into here at Leeward Air Ranch. I live at the end of 18. My wife will serve lunch at the Teki Bar! ;-)
As far as I know it is available from Lycoming or it's dealers , Zenith had info on it on the their Web site before with a picture and info? Liter for sure but but Pricey. That's the problem I have is finding a good reliable Engine with HP to make it work without killing the weight capacity.