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    Default Not Quite Ready

    , its starting to look like this, hopefully it will be ready for Aug 10 next year, just gotta find the right engine to get my 60 foot ground roll. Will post some pics when complete, cant wait to use it in the bush.

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    Member kahahawai's Avatar
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    The front wheel need to go in the back,,,thus calling it a taildragger.

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    If you had seen the video of this CH750 landing you would know why they don't put the wheel back there. It would tear it off. This airplane already is a taildragger.

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    Default Plane

    Sweet looking plane. How big of a motor is it going to take? You should be able to drop into some tight places with it. Good luck on your flying.

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    Default A65

    Using an A65 (75hp) not quite the 85 hp you see most guys with but it still should be a shot take off preformer.

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    Back in the day when I wanted an airplane in the worst way, this was one of my favorites that I thought I would own.

    They are impressive on Paper. Ive never flown in one or even seen one in person though.

    Did you build it?

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    one thing for sure your plane won't be hard to spot, good color scheme. the windows will be great for spotting game. Looks fun, I'm jealous.

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    Default been watching

    Been watching Youtube and those CH 750 aeroplanes.
    wattamacheen.
    60 ft takeoff and SHORT landings.
    I see a CH 750 in Phoenix, lacking an engine, fully assembled for $14,000.
    I, too, am jealous.

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