Hi Bill; I purchased the 750 from Matt Arns there on your field. I haven't been in touch with him in several years now and I hope he is doing well. Maybe we can plan a South Carolina Breakfast Club meet up?
No joy. One thing or another, plus my wife had to have hip replacement surgery, no local hangar space, et c. Now I'm doing a lot of upgrades, have added a cabin heat muff, removed the Aero-Injector and am about to install a Marvel MA3A carb, which means a carb heat muff and more control cables. I'll be going to Tennessee with the plane to do final assembly and fly off the hours under the guidance of Buzz Devoll when I am done. I am thinking about ADSB, too. Stay tuned.
I'm in Laurens & work full time in Simpsonville, 25 miles up the road. Not a whole heap of time for building, but I'm plugging along. I'll install a Corvair engine when I get that far. Still looking for a good one to convert. Any ideas?
As they say, "Where you stays at?" Would like to see your plane.
Hi Bill.... I'm scratch building a CH750 & using a 912uls as you have done.... I like the naca ducts you've installed on each side of your cowling.... did you make them or purchase them from someone?..... any info is appreciated. Thank you. Guy Bishoff.
Looking at your photos, I see you have two fittings on your oil tank. One connects the out fitting on the oil tank and is a 90% angle, the other is the fitting attaching the oil line from the radiator to this fitting. Do you remember where you purchased them and, if available, the part numbers? I am finishing up my engine install (rotax) and can't locate any fittings to attach the oil line to the tank. Thanks
Appreciate you help. I like your idea, its like adding rebar to concrete. Can't help but think this fix will eliminate any flexing in the door. Yes, I plan on adding a bracket on the gas strut attachment. I now feel any concern I had on the doors flexing and opening in flight is eliminated. Thanks
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