CH 640's engine cowl improved

Barge Aviation decided to improve the engine cowl of its CH 640 Club and Performance. See the improvement step by step.

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Comment by Yvan Barge on February 23, 2011 at 8:28am

hello, thank you for your post.

the cowl will be cut in two parts like every one else.

we plan to do this step next week after some finishing.


i will post more pics soon.


ps: your CH640, is really beautiful, do you enjoy flying with??,


kind regards



Comment by Geoffrey Alexander on February 23, 2011 at 7:59am

Yvan, I really like the look of your cowl. How do you intend to split it and remove it from the airplane with and engine installed? Please keep posting pictures of your progress.


Geoffrey Alexander

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