Reading through the Ch750 forum, you mentioned that your 750 has an auto pilot. Drove to the factory last week and had a ride in their new 750. It has an auto pilot and a must have for me. Any info you could give me, especially photos would be greatly appreciated. Any web sites and/or a list of equipment would be a plus. thx
Choosing the engine for your CH750 is a real tough choice. I agonized over the it for about a month and then paid $6000 more for the Rotax 912S over the Jabiru 3300. Now there is the UL power engine to further complicate the choice. Good luck.
I have been following the progress of your 701 on line and just wanted to drop you a line and say hello. I live in a little airpark community called Shady which is about 5 miles south of Ocala along I-75. I've been working my way through a 750 kit for the last several months and have the tail feathers and one wing completed. This is my first kit aircraft project and I'm working slowly and deliberately. Since you live nearby and are starting a 750, I hope that I might be able to check out your project occasionally and get some help and advice from a very experienced builder.
Hi Mike, Merry Christmas, I should have my 701 done sometime in Feb if all goes as planned. I will look up Joe also, look forward to meeting you all soon. I belong to EAA chapter 1298 and we have lunch Fly-In a few times a year at KBKV hope you can make one. Happy New year too, Tom
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