Demo Flight in the Zenith STOL CH 750 Super Duty

Jon Humberd (of "Super 701" fame) goes flying in the Zenith STOL CH 750 Super Duty with Roger Dubbert from the Zenith Aircraft kit factory, comparing the bigger CH750SD model to his STOL CH 701.
The STOL CH 750 Super Duty is the utility model of the very popular high wing CH 750 series by legendary designer Chris Heintz. The aircraft features a higher gross weight (for more load carrying capability), more power, and even the addition of a rear jump seat! The latest Zenith Aircraft model, the kit is the most advanced kit offered by Zenith (the number one producer of light sport aircraft in the United States), with extensive use of match-drilled final hole size technology throughout, making it easier and quicker to build.

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