Cam Andres
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Charles Causey left a comment for Cam Andres
"Hey Cam, is your ea81 fuel injected? What was the weight? It is frustrating to see no alternative to rotax. I have never liked their motors, and certainly not their price. A buddy has the Suzuki motor,belt drive, in his, but I believe it to be…"
Aug 30, 2018
Joshua smith left a comment for Cam Andres
"Hi cam, is it me, or is the front fork turned around? Mine is turned around with the angled piece pointing forward.     Beautiful build though. Really like the front shroud. safe flying."
Jul 26, 2018
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Cam Andres is now a member of Zenith Aircraft Builders and Flyers
Mar 18, 2014

Profile Information

Aircraft Model
STOL CH 701
Project Status
Flying
Building From
Plans-only
Engine installed (or plan to install)
Subaru
Your website (about your aircraft...)
http://tailcreek.com/tcaviate
Building Experience
Have already built an airplane
Flying Experience
Private Pilot
Building and Flying Info / Your Profession / Other Background Info
I have been flying C-FCAM since 2001. Installed new RAM115 soob conversion 2 years ago. What a wild child on take off!!
I also fly a Vans RV9A that I finished in 2014. Its a real contrast when transitioning between these two aircraft!
Home Airport (ie. KMYJ)
CEJ3

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At 2:53pm on August 30, 2018, Charles Causey said…

Hey Cam, is your ea81 fuel injected? What was the weight? It is frustrating to see no alternative to rotax. I have never liked their motors, and certainly not their price. A buddy has the Suzuki motor,belt drive, in his, but I believe it to be heavier than the subaru. I feel really good about the quality, dependability, and durability of the ea81. Just wished it was lighter. The D motor is a great looking motor, just no support, or track record in the 701. Well one rep. Is in Canada. Not much help in the southern U.S. artillery has a nice set up, just waiting for their demonstrator 701 to.fly, still16+k for f2f, and engine, all at 220 lbs, less prop and spinner. Jabiru can't turn a big prop, and makes it's max h.p. @ 3100 rpm, being direct drive, you see the issue there. Sheesh where to turn for an engine. Thanks Charlie

At 2:31pm on July 26, 2018, Joshua smith said…

Hi cam, is it me, or is the front fork turned around? Mine is turned around with the angled piece pointing forward. 

   Beautiful build though. Really like the front shroud.

safe flying.

 
 
 

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