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Twin Stick Conversion

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joe Scheibinger Sep 9, 2010. 7 Replies

I have a CH601XL which is the single control stick (Y). Can this be converted easily to the twin stick setup? regardsAdeContinue

Carburettor rubbers on Rotax 912s

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Aysen Aug 24, 2010. 5 Replies

 I used to fly Skyranger microlights in the UK with the Rotax 912s and the carburettor rubbers were a pain in the butt as they were prone to splitting from the inside out. I was wondering if the 601…Continue



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At 8:32pm on December 7, 2011, Brian Unruh said…

Congratulations on making the front cover of the Zenith 2012 Calendar!

At 8:23pm on November 21, 2011, Brian Unruh said…

Thanks Ade!



At 8:44am on November 19, 2011, Brian Unruh said…


Next time you're in NYC contact me for some 701 flying over Long Island. Or pick your aircraft. We have just about everything including a 601.


At 3:59pm on July 16, 2010, John Clarke said…
Thanks for phoning this afternoon, Adrian. I'm still hoping for good weather tomorrow so I can collect G-BYEO from North Coates.

I'll keep you informed :-)

PS I deleted your comment from my page as your phone number was on show for all to see!
At 9:05am on July 16, 2010, John Clarke said…
Hi Adrian,

I wish I could tell you what my tail dragger is like to fly but at the moment it's still up at North Coates while I'm here in Beccles! It's *very* frustrating! I bought the aircraft 2 weeks ago but weather and various other circumstances have left it stuck up in Lincolnshire. Weather permitting I'll be having it flown down to its new base tomorrow and then I can start the tail-wheel and VP prop conversion training.

I see you bought G-CZ! Nice one :-) I was very tempted by her but was abroad at the time she was up for sale. Looks like you've got a great aircraft...and built built by the best possible person to build a 601!

I'll PM you my phone details as I think this comment will be public viewing.

At 11:06pm on July 9, 2010, Dr. Edward L. Olds III said…
Thanks for the information. I hope that someday soon, I'll be sending one of my 750 taking off. We hope to get to England in the next year or so and hope I get a chance to see some light aircraft in action off of a great English grass field.

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