STOL CH 750 on Zenair floats: First water take-off

First take off from water: STOL CH 750 with the Zenair amphibious floats

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Comment by Lloyd Peace on October 10, 2011 at 10:18pm

Do you have have any performance figures for this plane.  I'm a missionary and am considering buying a CH 750 and putting it on amfib floats.  What engine do you have in it.  What type of weights can you hall.  The factory pilot said that the floats carry themselves so I will still have about 550pounds of useful load.  Has this been the case for you?  I'm looking at putting the 100hp Rotax since it is the lightest engine.

Thanks

 

Lloyd

Comment by Kostas Rossidis on January 25, 2011 at 11:20am
share with us more info on performance figures. Weight,powerplant etc...looks good!

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