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You're invited to join us for our "Fly In To Summer" Builder Fly-In Gathering at the Zenith Aircraft Factory.…Continue
Added by Zenith.Aero on May 14, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Purchased fire wall forward components from William Wynne in July of last year. Still have not seen most of the parts and I would like to proceed with my project. I can't seem to get a return email or phone call. Does anyone have a Corvair mount for a 750 that they would be willing to sell.
Good afternoon every one.
I am an owner of Zenith CH 701. I have been flying for several years. The flaperon I have is the standard Zenith flaperon that came with the kit. I find the floperon deployment system not a user friendly system. Several times I tried to deploy the flap and it took both hands to deploy. As a result, I have stopped using it. I have seen some in the website with actuator and I like those. Does any one know where I can get a modified flap actuator for the CH…Continue
I am looking for a 801 fuselage to build in any stage of completion . contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by tim beierman on May 6, 2015 at 8:07am — No Comments
Got to that lovely stage where you tension up the ratchet straps and suddenly a collection of aluminium starts looking like a wing.…Continue
Added by Marty de la Motte on April 27, 2015 at 7:44am — No Comments
Back from a month-long business trip, I finally had time to work on my rudder kit again....
Parts fastened back together...…Continue
Added by Kam Miramadi on April 26, 2015 at 3:17pm — No Comments
I would appreciate any comments from pilots who have flown both versions of the hinged ailerons and flex hinged ailerons.
I have flown the flex hinge version and noted that it took real effort to turn (real stiff) compared to my Cherokee 140 which could be turned with essentially finger tip pressure.
One pilot stated the hinged ailerons worked well on the ground but were just as stiff as his prior installed flex hinge in the…Continue
Warning this is a scam.
Not sure if its a legitimate members account hi-jacked?
At 10:57am on April 22, 2015, Bruno Serra said…
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Had a little marathon effort last night and got the entire bottom skin riveted. Remembered to first pop the rivets that sit underneath other objects (eg jury strut brackets), which made it all go smoothly. Drilled a hole in the tank channel for fuel hose (easier with it out of the structure) and positioned the Savannah fuel tank support before riveting.
Tomorrow I'll ask my wife to assist with flipping the wing. Then it'll be time for playing around with the tank…Continue
Hey all its me again Im tring to get the bugs worked out of this plane. Does anybody know why my 912 rotax 80hp keeps running on for about 15 to 20 seconds after I turn the key off. My idol is around 1900 rpm at shut down but continues on at 350 rpm for a short time. It just started doing this last week. I sure could use some help. Thanks again
After reading numerous discussions on this forum, and given that I live near the ocean, I decided to apply corrosion protection on all structural parts. I purchased Zinc Phosphate primer from Aircraft Spruce as many had recommended.Continue
I've been travelling a lot for work recently, so I've had to find time on weekends to make progress... however slow it may be....
Added by Kam Miramadi on April 11, 2015 at 11:38am — No Comments
Added by Larry Whitlow on April 7, 2015 at 4:00pm — No Comments
10 hours of transition training CHECK
Pre-Flight inspection that was almost an annual CHECK
7 Gallons of 100LL per side CHECK
Taxi out, run it up, take the active, and fly.
It does! and it flies well
Friday September 12 2014 The DAR comes over to inspect N69102 for it's airworthiness certificate.
No more then 2 minutes into the inspection he finds a castle nut that has no cotter pin. DAMN! I was just working on that this morning and I had the new cotter pin laying right beside the pliers i was going to use to put it in.
I quickly fix that while the DAR goes on about his inspection, spending over an hour looking in holes, going upside down in the cabin to look…Continue
Added by Larry Whitlow on April 7, 2015 at 3:49pm — No Comments
Well this is embarrassing, I just realised I haven't posted an update for almost a year!
Left wing is upside down on the bench. Had a good day on it today, drilled all the pilot holes out to 1/8", clecoed in the front strut fitting, made the strut angle bracket and attached the fitting doubler, and made a start on the flaperon brackets.
Almost bought a Continental C-85 until someone pointed out a forum post on this site advising against it. Will wait until a good 912 comes…Continue
Hey all I have a 912 Rotax 80 hp anybody know what the max water temp is. And where do i install a temp sender thinking I might want a gauge for liquid temp. Thanks
Added by Frank A Pisz on April 5, 2015 at 12:46pm — No Comments