As we all know, there are currently issues with the search engine on this forum. I made the suggestion in the 750 forum for builders to share their contact information to possibly assist in a more personal way.

I have no problem sharing my experiences, lessons, knowledge and so on for the sake of helping another person finish and fly the plane that they built with their own hands. None of us know everything there is to know about building an airplane. We all share a common interest and goal. Having someone to email or call (without bugging the factory) that has experienced the part of the build that you're about to tackle might just save you errors, time, and money.

Obviously, if your quandary is engineering related, use good judgement. The builders didn't engineer the aircraft. That's when you call the Z factory.

Next, if you have a flying or nearly flying project and would like to offer you information, I would suggest including the following:
Model (and edition, if it applies)
Engine and prop info
Avionics info (glass/steam, makes, models etc...)
Additions to the plane (BRS system, factory options...)
Modifications to the original plans (tail wheel, beanie mod...)

Enough about the plane. On to you. My word of caution here is spam. We all hate it. A good way to minimize or eliminate "bots" that find things on the inter webs is by taking the approach that many people do on Craigslist. I frequently see phone numbers partially spelled out or *at* in an email address where the normal @ symbol would be. As an example, your info could look like this:
(4one4)5five5-one212
jon.doe*at*yoohoo.com

Critics of my idea, please message me personally and keep this thread on track.

Thank you all!

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CH750 (just started phase one flight testing)

UL350iS with a Whirl Wind ground adjustable 2 blade prop

Dynon Skyview 10" single screen linked to a Garmin GNS430W. ADS-B in/out, Dynon transponder, SV42 2 axis autopilot. Garmin GTR225 (com 2), GMA240 audio panel.

BRS6/1350HS parachute system, factory: sliding seats, dual toe brakes, tundra tires, (modified) map box, (modified) center console

No major deviation from the plans other than minor ones listed above.

I am in Fort Wayne, Indiana on eastern daylight time. Feel free to call any time and please leave a voicemail if I don't answer.

Patrick Borton
(26zero) 7one5-one590
pdr_patrick*at*hotmail dot com

Very nice.  I like it.  Plans built 750 Jesse Hartman. seven 63-two 2 1-88sixty7.  jessehart05*@*yahoo.com  hardly close to a flying plane yet.

CH750 with 140+ hours total time.

Purchased from original builder.

Jabiru 3330 with Sensenich ground-adjustable carbon fiber prop.

Dynon Skyview 10" single screen.  Microair com and transponder. 

Dallas/Ft. Worth area, specifically T31 or KTKI (I may move soon).

Danal Estes

Danal (dot) Estes (at) gmail (dot) com

www.N2750.com contains photos and performance charts. 

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