All,I have the opportunity to purchase a Rotax 912ULS with 912UL crank and crankcase. What are the PROs and CONs? I can purchase a 912ULS that has been rebuilt with a 912UL crank and crankcase. What would be any issues?KeithCH701 scratch buildingSee More
Keith, Sure come by and visit. Saturdays after 2PM or Sundays after 3PM. During the week is no problem I am self employed so I can do as I please all the way to 6PM. Looking forward to meeting you. here is my cell # 575-418-0685.
My GPS track data shows I passed within 3 miles of your house at 9:53 am. I was coming south from Centennial (KAPA) on my way to Pike's Peak. The picture was taken 3 minutes after that at 9:56 am. I flew within .5 miles of the top of Pike's Peak at 10:03 am.
By the way, later that same day I flew all the way home. I got into Santa Rosa about 10:00pm. Talk about a long flight!
Sorry to be so slow in acknowledging your comment... I need to check in more often! My 750 project (building from a kit) is going well. The empennage, wings, slats, and flapirons are done for the most part, and the rear fuselage is almost done. I hope to get a hangar at FNL (Fort Collins/Loveland), but the waiting list is long, so I might have to go to GXY (Greeley). GXY and FNL are both good airports, but FNL is a lot closer!
have a Garmin 495 GPS. After every flight I use the GPS information to update my pilot’s log book and I also download the track of the flight using Garmin’s Trip and Waypoint manager (also known as Map Source). I name the flight and save it to my hard disk. I also copy and paste the flight into my master track log which I also maintain in Map source. Sometimes I export a flight from Map Source in .GPX format which allows me to imported it into Google Earth where I can “re-fly” the trip.
I AM 6FOOT 2 . DIDN'T KNOW HOW SMALL IT WAS UNTIL I WENT TO THEIR OPEN HOUSE AND TRIED TO FIT. I COULDN'T. NOW THEY HAVE COME OUT WITH THE 750. I HAVE ALREADY ORDERED THE TAIL AND FUSELAGE AND CONTROL KIT.
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