Timothy D. McCall
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  • Derby, KS
  • United States
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Wanted: Autopilot servos

Started Feb 16 0 Replies

Looking for MGL autopilot servos. Others may work too.Text: three 1 six - 6 one 9 - five 6 eight 7ThanksTimContinue

Flying / Camping Oshkosh 2017

Started this discussion. Last reply by Keith Ashcraft Jul 19, 2017. 9 Replies

 Anybody planning to fly their Zenith and camp at Oshkosh this year?    I'm in the early stages of planning the trip in my 750 and intend to camp under the wing in the homebuilt camping area.  I plan…Continue

Looking for MGL Avionics AHRS sensors

Started Mar 4, 2017 0 Replies

Looking for MGL SP-6 compass and SP-7 attitude sensors in working condition.316 -six one nine -5687Thx  TimContinue

750 Bottom access panel quick open

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jonathan Kreilich Feb 20, 2017. 5 Replies

Could the bottom fuselage access panel be hinged for easy preflight access?  Would this creat a structural weakness?TimContinue

 

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Profile Information

Aircraft Model
STOL CH 750
Project Status
Flying
Building From
Kit
Engine installed (or plan to install)
Rotax 912
Building Experience
No Experience
Flying Experience
Private Pilot
Building and Flying Info / Your Profession / Other Background Info
Electronic Tech

Removed Corvair replaced with Rotax 912 (100hp)
Home Airport (ie. KMYJ)
K50

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At 3:05pm on March 10, 2019, Perry delano said…

Hi Timothy,

You have got a really good looking plane, nice paint job.

Perry

At 1:10pm on January 3, 2019, Jeffrey Paul Roberts said…

Hi Tim,

My name is Jeff Roberts and it seems your flying buddy owne's the Europa I built. ;-). He gave me your contact. Id like to ask you about the corvair mother you took out and why you went to the 912? Also how satisfied you are with it. I'm now building a Cruzer and am starting to think about Power. 

Thanks,

Jeff Roberts

At 9:24pm on April 29, 2016, Christopher Jon Brown said…

Thanks so much for the heads up on the binding of the rod ends. My rudder was stiff because the nylon block wasnt exactly 90 degrees, had to bend the thick aluminum piece that holds the nylon block on and no more binding, also the steel bungee is in now. Your plane is looking great, hope you are on all kinds of back country adventures.  I wish I could make a video like my student did, kids now a days are amazing.  He arranged a field trip to Virgin Galatic at Mojave spaceport and SpaceX in Hawthorne was fantastic.  He is President of Glendale College Space and Aviation Club and just got Rod Machado to speak at a meeting and got his pilot license at 17 before his drivers license. Amazing kid.

Best Chris

At 2:02pm on January 7, 2015, Bryan Walstrom said…

Hey... just because your plane is finished and you are now flying it, doesn't mean you get to stop posting here! How about some updates, photos, video, your smiling face flying your flying machine! :-D - Bryan

At 7:52am on November 30, 2014, Terry Lambert said…

Your 750 does look "great". I now have the complete tail parts built and stored away, fire wall is done and fuselage is now about 75% complete. Flaperons are compete and I have all the parts built to assemble the wings. The cowling is my next big effort and I do want to purchase this to cover my Corvair engine. 

Again your Zenith 750 is Outstanding.  Hope to see you at a Zenith open house.

Merry Christmas

At 10:42pm on November 12, 2014, Tom Sullivan said…

Yeah, I will probably apply epoxy primer and paint on all the steel parts

At 11:45pm on November 2, 2014, Tom Sullivan said…

Hi Tim,  I have all the parts out of the box now..Just curious, is it considered ok to powdercoat the steel cabin  structure? If so will the coating hold up to drilling? I know something will have to done to protect the bare steel...thanks, Tom

At 10:56pm on October 31, 2014, Tom Sullivan said…

Thanks,, already have the rudder and horiz stab built.. This will be a lot more rivets...

At 10:30pm on July 27, 2014, Paul Hajdu said…

Thank you for allowing me the pleasure to see your airplane up close.  The pictures don't do it justice.  I was most impressed with your FWF setup.  That cowling is amazing!

At 10:41pm on January 19, 2012, Russell Calhoun said…

Takeoff is about 200 feet normal no flaps.

 
 
 

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