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Ultralight gyrocopter hang glider.
 
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Ultralight gyrocopter hang glider. Free weekly webcasts on ultralight and lightsport aircraft PLUS FREE CLASSIFIED ADS at http://www.lightsportaircraft.ca, http://www.lightsportaircraftpilot.com
Polyfiber - aircraft rib stitching.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Polyfiber - aircraft rib stitching. The folks from Polyfiber give us a quick lesson on how to rib stitch an aircraft wing.
KitFox, Kitfox Aircraft Review by Dan Johnson, Copperstate Flyin.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com – KitFox, Kitfox Aircraft Review by Dan Johnson. Kitfox hails from Homeland, Idaho in the Great American West. "Our decision to not attend the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo in Sebring, Florida was a tough one, but was driven by our desire to deliver the best customer service possible. Sebring has been a valuable show for us in the past but due to our backlog of orders and the fact that our small, dedicated team of professionals hand crafts each Kitfox SLSA and Kitfox kit, we would have diminished manpower just as our product back order has been increasing." That's good news for Kitfox and is a common situation for LSA providers as they experience growing sales after some slow years. Manufacturers have to balance the costs involved with attending a show with the need to keep staff working to build and deliver airplanes. "Kitfox has been attending this great event for many years and enjoyed some terrific island hoping in the Bahamas as a reward for those working the show," said John. "We will really miss the fun of greeting folks and getting away from the Idaho winter, but meeting our delivery commitments comes first." Good for the Kitfox Team for sticking to business, though of course the crowds at Sebring missed seeing their shiny, affordable airplanes. To compensate, Kitfox offered a show special as if they attended. For example, the company includes reimbursement credits when buyers visit their expanded plant in Idaho. "It's like a mini vacation, with flying thrown in," John said, plus they offer some free options. A kit version of the Kitfox — already a value purchase — is further enhanced by the show special deal. Since long before LSA burst on the scene, Kitfox has been a pioneer in kit airplanes. They didn't miss a beat when LSA came along, meeting the ASTM standards for a fully-built SLSA version. Now, with nearly 30 years of manufacturing experience, Kitfox features refinements that continue the reputation of a backcountry performer while adding a respectable 120 mph cruise speed to a range of over 600 miles. Being American made doesn't hurt either. We have a lot of fine LSA from overseas but Yankees still like buying American when the product is as gleaming and polished as Kitfox. http://www.ultralightflyer.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © The Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support The Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: kitfox, kitfox aircraft, kitfox aircraft for sale, john mcbean, kitfox aircraft specs, kitfox aircraft super sport, kitfox aircraft parts, kitfox aircraft images, kitfox ultralight, kitfox airplane, kitfox flying, denney kitfox, kitfox super sport http://www.ultralightflyer.com - KitFox, Kitfox Aircraft Review by Dan Johnson. https://youtu.be/45F_Rat9c5Q
Hummel UltraCruiser - 12 Ultralight Aircraft that give the biggest bang for the buck!
 
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http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com -- Hummel UltraCruiser - 12 Ultralight Aircraft that give the biggest bang for the buck! Coming in at #6 on our list of ultralight aircraft that give you the biggest bang for your buck is the Hummel UltraCruiser. The UltraCruiser was designed by Morry Hummel as an all metal ultralight aircraft in 1998. First flights were in 2000. First aircraft plan sales were in 2001. The UltraCruiser was designed for first time kit builders as well as first time pilots, the UltraCruiser is an easy to build and even easier to fly aircraft. The design can be built straight from plans or is available in kit form. The kit includes predrilled laser cut components. All parts are formed pre-bent, or welded. Everthing is included to complete the aircraft less the engine, prop, spinner, and instruments. The Ultra Cruiser can be built from plans, or from kit. Building times are reported to be between 320 and 600 hours depending on what kit the builder is building. The Hummel Ultracruiser can be built and flown under FAR Part 103 Ultralight Vehicles rules, and meets the maximum empty weight of 254 lbs, with a standard empty weight of 249 lb. The UltrCruiser features standard three axis controls with a center mounted stick, left hand throttle and rudder pedals. It comes in a taildragger configuration, with tri-gear option available The Ultra Cruiser has a cantilevered low wing, (meaning it has no struts), with a 25 foot wing span and 112 sq. ft. of wing area. The cabin width is 23.5 inch wide and is equipped with a windshield for wind and pilot protection but can be fitted with an enclosure for colder weather flying. The UltraCruiser is powered by VW four stroke engine conversions, ranging from 28 to 45 HP. Plans and kits are available from Hummel Aviation. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID YOU TUBE CHANNEL at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG__HDxVT1TjrBqEjltFRzQ Share this video with your friends: http://youtu.be/LLEucagPJBg RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: Hummel UltraCruiser, hummel ultracruiser, hummel ultracruiser for sale, hummel ultracruiser plans, hummel ultracruiser plus, hummel ultracruiser pilot report, hummel ultracruiser ultralight, hummel ultracruiser specs, hummel ultracruiser kit, hummel ultracruiser range, hummel ultracruiser ultralight, UltraCruiser, Hummel Aviation, hummel ultracruiser youtube http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com - Hummel UltraCruiser ultralight aircraft
Legal Eagle Ultralight, Part 103 Legal Ultralight Aircraft, Leonard Milholland's Legal Eagle.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com – Legal Eagle Part 103 Legal Ultralight Aircraft by Leonard Milholland - produced in kit form by J&N Bolding Enterprises of Baytown, Texas and intended for amateur construction. The Legal Eagle is so named because it is capable of being built in legal compliance with the United States FAR 103 Ultralight Vehicles regulations, even when equipped with a four stroke engine. The Legal Eagle features an open cockpit and is powered by a 30 hp (22 kW) Half VW engine. The design features a fuselage of welded 4130 steel tubing, mated to an all-wood wing made from spruce. The struts and tail surfaces are made from 6061 T6 aluminium tubing. The flying surfaces are covered with doped aircraft fabric. The rear fuselage is normally left as an open truss structure to save weight and to ensure that the aircraft does not exceed the FAR 103 maximum speed of 55 knots (102 km/h; 63 mph). Like the fuselage, the taildragger landing gear is sprung steel. The aircraft has been developed into several variants of the basic design including the XL version for larger pilots and a two-seat ultralight trainer and Light-sport aircraft.[6][7][8] Legal Eagle Basic model with a 244 lb (111 kg) empty weight, powered by a 30 hp (22 kW) Half VW engine Legal Eagle XL Model for larger pilots with a wider and taller seat, greater wing area and longer tail. 246 lb (112 kg) empty weight Double Eagle Model with two seats in side-by-side configuration with a 385 lb (175 kg) empty weight and a 900 lb (408 kg) gross weight. Designed as an ultralight trainer and Light Sport Aircraft. Powered by a 60 hp (45 kW) Volkswagen air-cooled engine giving a 70 mph (113 km/h) cruise speed. General characteristics Crew: one Length: 13 ft 0 in (3.96 m) Wingspan: 23 ft 6 in (7.16 m) Height: 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m) Wing area: 107 sq ft (9.9 m2) Empty weight: 244 lb (111 kg) Gross weight: 500 lb (227 kg) Fuel capacity: 5 US gallons (38 litres) Powerplant: 1 × Half VW horizontally opposed twin-cylinder, four-stroke, single ignition aircraft engine, 30 hp (22 kW) Propellers: 2-bladed Culver wooden Performance Maximum speed: 60 mph (97 km/h; 52 kn) Cruise speed: 50 mph (80 km/h; 43 kn) Stall speed: 25 mph (40 km/h; 22 kn) Never exceed speed: 80 mph (129 km/h; 70 kn) Range: 100 mi (87 nmi; 161 km) Rate of climb: 300 ft/min (1.5 m/s) Wing loading: 4.7 lb/sq ft (23 kg/m2) http://www.ultralightflyer.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support The Light Sport & Ultralight Flyer by subscribing to The Ultralight Flyer Web Video Magazine at: http://www.ultralightflyer.com RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: legal eagle ultralight, legal eagle xl, legal eagle ultralight for sale, legal eagle ultralight kits, milholland legal eagle, legal eagle ultralight cost, legal eagle ultralight plans free, legal eagle ultralight reviews, legal eagle ultralight airplane, legal eagle, legal eagle video, milholland, legal eagle ultralight plans pdf, legal eagle ultralight build, legal eagle ultralight plans, legal eagle ultralight aircraft, legal eagle ultralight flying, http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Legal Eagle Part 103 Legal Ultralight Aircraft by Leonard Milholland https://youtu.be/RbM0PkhH5Xc
Kitfox, KitFox Aircraft with Rotec Radial aircraft engine.
 
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http://www.wicksaircraft.com - We talk to John McBean of KitFox Aircraft about the installation of the Rotec Radial aircraft engine in the KitFox. Help support The Ultralight Flyer light sport and ultralight video magazine by subscribing or donating to the cause at http://www.ultralightflyer.com
Hummel Bird, Hummel UltraCruiser, Hummel H5 from Hummel Aviation.
 
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http://www.mountvernonaviationexpo.com – Hummel Bird, Hummel UltraCruiser, Hummel H5 from Hummel Aviation. Shiny Part 103 ultralight aircraft from Hummel Aviation. By Dan Johnson, The big summer celebration of flight has ended. I have more info from AirVenture 2015 and next I plan a summary article. A preview includes the most positive prognosis from industry players I have seen in recent years; strong sales reported by several producers; several interesting developments or benchmarks; and a wonderful week of weather as icing on the cake. My video partner and I put in long days to secure perhaps 30 or more new videos including many on the freshest topics in light aviation. The Shiniest Part 103 ... We shot a video interview on the line of Hummel Aviation light aircraft, including two Part 103 models and one Experimental Amateur Built version. Toward the end of the week, one that had been sheltered in a tent on one end of the sprawling AirVenture grounds was hand towed to the Ultralight Area — called the Fun Fly Zone — so people could see this mirror-finish (highly polished aluminum) UltraCruiser in the air. You cannot imagine the effort needed to make aluminum gleam like this effort by Steve Cole. The gleaming example in the nearby photos was built by Steve Cole from Indianapolis over a three year and eight month period, from plans. It meets all the Part 103 parameters — empty weight of 254 pounds; 5 gallons of fuel; 55-knot (63 mph) cruise; 24-knot stall — yet can climb enthusiastically at 1,000 fpm using its half-VW 45-horsepower engine from Scott Casler. The four stroke powerplant burns only 1.7 gallons an hour. For those a bit less ambitious or skilled than Steve, kits are also available and all models boast truly affordable prices. You may not be able to make yours look like Scott's UltraCruiser, but certainly here is a line of airplanes for those on tighter budgets, and isn't she a pretty thing that still requires no pilot license, no medical, no N-numbers, and a very simple set of rules that fit on a single sheet of paper. UltraCruiser is a Part 103 legal all-metal ultralight, although the company notes that the trigear version will be too heavy to qualify as a 103 as is a model with a full canopy. "UltraCruiser is an easy to build and even easier to fly aircraft," stated Hummel Aviation. The design can be built straight from plans up to, and including a full kit. The kit includes predrilled laser cut components. All parts are formed or welded for you. Wheels, tires, brakes, harness, and even the seat cushion is included. The kit is very complete. Everything is included to complete the aircraft less the engine, prop, spinner, and instruments. "The complete set of plans contains 26 large drawings with all bulkheads, wing ribs and skins [depicted in actual, full] size. A 30-page step by step manual is very complete. Only simple shop tools are required," said company owner Terry Hallett. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: hummel, hummel aviation,, hummel ultracruiser, ultracruiser, hummel bird, hummel aircraft engines, homebuilt aircraft kits, hummel aviation h5, hummel aviation ultracruiser, hummel aviation engines, hummel aviation ca-2, hummel aviation for sale, hummel aviation ultralight, hummel aviation ultracruiser ultralight, hummel h5, hummel ultracruiser for sale, hummel ultracruiser plus, hummel ultracruiser plans, hummel ultracruiser ultralight, hummel ultracruiser specs, http://www.lightsportaircraftpilot.com - Hummel Bird, Hummel UltraCruiser, Hummel H5 from Hummel Aviation. http://youtu.be/UDN_pkR3_yM
Backyard Flyer, 50 HP Hirth F23 engine, legal ultralight aircraft, Valley Engineering.
 
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http://www.handymanbarrieontario.com – Backyard Flyer, 50 HP Hirth F23 engine, part 103 legal ultralight aircraft. Dan Johnson talks to Alaina Lewis and Gene Smith from Culver Props about their 50 HP, Hirth F23 powered legal part 103 ultralight aircraft the Backyard Flyer during the E.A.A.’s Airventure convention. The Backyard Flyer is usually powered by a four stroke, twin cylinder modified Generac engine. While it is a very fuel efficient and reliable engine it is also heavy. The Hirth F23 on the other hand is considerably lighter, but still comes with electric start and a generating system. Performance has to be seen to be believed! The craft is airborne in as little as 50 feet and climbs out at well over 1,000 per minute. Cruise still comes in at the legal ultralight speed limit, by the use of prop and or a throttle governing system. The Backyard Flyer features welded aluminum construction, with each craft hand built. The wing swings for ease of storage and transportation. The Backyard Flyer is available in both a taildragger and tri-gear version. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: ultralight,ultralight video,ultralights,ultralight aircraft,ultralight aviation,legal ultralights,part 103 ultralights,ultralight kits,ultralight planes,ultralights for sale,used ultralight aircraft,ultralight plane,ultralight trike,ultralight glider,ultralight kit,ultralight airplane,Flying (Magazine), TAGS: Backyard Flyer,Backyard Flyer ultralight,Culver Props,Valley Engineering,Gene Smith, http://www.lightsportaircraftpilot.com - Backyard Flyer, 50 HP Hirth F23 engine, part 103 legal ultralight aircraft. http://youtu.be/5cAikMeCbks
Valley Engineering, Culver Props, Backyard Flyer Two Place, VW aircraft engine conversion & redrive.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com – Valley Engineering, Culver Props, Swing Wing II, VW aircraft engine conversion and reduction drive. Dan Johnson talks to Alaina Lewis from Culver Props about Valley Engineering’s legal part 103 ultralight aircraft the Backyard Flyer and their new two place experimental aircraft during the E.A.A.’s Airventure convention. The Backyard Flyer is usually powered by a four stroke, twin cylinder modified Generac engine. While it is a very fuel efficient and reliable engine it is also heavy. The Hirth F23 on the other hand is considerably lighter, but still comes with electric start and a generating system. Performance has to be seen to be believed! The craft is airborne in as little as 50 feet and climbs out at well over 1,000 per minute. Cruise still comes in at the legal ultralight speed limit, by the use of prop and or a throttle governing system. The Backyard Flyer features welded aluminum construction, with each craft hand built. The wing swings for ease of storage and transportation. The Backyard Flyer is available in both a taildragger and tri-gear version and now as a two place experimental aircraft in a taildragger configuration. http://www.ultralightflyer.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support the Ultralight Flyer by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: ultralight,ultralight video,ultralights,ultralight aircraft,ultralight aviation,legal ultralights,part 103 ultralights,ultralight kits,ultralight planes,ultralights for sale,used ultralight aircraft,ultralight plane,ultralight trike,ultralight glider,ultralight kit,ultralight airplane,Flying (Magazine), TAGS: Backyard Flyer,Backyard Flyer ultralight,Culver Props,Valley Engineering,Gene Smith, Swing Wing, http://www.lightsportaircraftpilot.com - Valley Engineering, Culver Props, Backyard Flyer Swing Wing II, VW aircraft engine conversion and reduction drive. https://youtu.be/QT7Pm5y5RAw
Sopwith Camel WW 1 replica by Airdrome Aeroplanes
 
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http://www.lightsportaircraftblog.com - Sopwith Camel - We take a quick look at the Sopwith Camel (replica) experimental aircraft from Airdrome Aeroplanes during the E.A.A. Airventure Convention held at Wittman Regional Airport Oshkosh Wisconsin http://www.sportaviationexpos.com http://youtu.be/FG6fbI6bWoY Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as an embedded video on any other website), without written permission. Related Search terms. experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine),
Home Depot ultralight aircraft, Jack Harper and his HomeDepot plans built ultralight aircraft kit!
 
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http://www.ultralightnews.com - Home Depot ultralight aircraft, Jack Harper and his plans built HomeDepot ultralight aircraft kit! Jack Harper talks to us about how he sourced his parts for this all wood ultralight aircraft from HomeDepot! http://www.ultralightnews.com/sunfun99/motorglider101.html Help support The Ultralight Flyer light sport and ultralight video magazine by subscribing or donating to the cause at http://www.ultralightflyer.com
Theiss Aviation Speedster, part 103 legal ultralight built from foam
 
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Theiss Aviation Speedster. FREE weekly web video webcasts on ultralight and lightsport aviation PLUS FREE classifieds at http://www.lightsportaircraft.ca
MVP Aircraft – from MVP Aero the Most Versatile Aircraft in the light sport aircraft category?
 
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http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com – Dan Johnson talks to Darrell Lynds about the MVP from MVP Aero. The MVP or Most Versatile Plane is the latest entry into the ever expanding amphibious light sport aircraft market. The MVP does not put more features (and weight) on an already challenging, weight-restricted airplane instead the design required a paradigm shift from traditional thinking. This different approach is the key to understanding just how the factory is going to achieve the goals set for the MVP. In the simplest of terms, the MVP is not an amphibious airplane that has all of these new features added to it. Instead, it is a highly integrated collection of features, pieces and parts that happen to become an airplane. Once the old adage, “an airplane is 10,000 compromises flying in formation” had been fully abandoned, this new attitude begins to reveal amazing opportunities, synergies, and relationships. Ultimately, the new features become completely intertwined with the parts that make up the airplane. As a result the MVP delivers a diverse feature-set while also delivering a respectable useful load. Flanking both sides of the MVP are nose to tail catwalks that enable movement all over the MVP for on the water preflight of the engine, inspection of the tail and the wing’s aft mounted control surfaces. Or, one can simply access the aft fuselage to deploy and relax in a fitted hammock that stretches between the engine pylon and the tail. The MVP’s most compelling feature is that it transforms into a versatile floating platform. The canopy moves upwards and back on a 4-bar link to sit atop the engine pylon. This frees up the nose of the MVP to resemble the front of a classic bass-type fishing boat. With the canopy open, the MVP’s engine can be run so as to continue to shore or dock, or to motor along to the next cove or fishing spot. This configuration also enables a passenger to step up onto the forward deck to assist in docking and beaching duties. Excellent stability of the hull keeps the MVP relatively flat as both occupants move about. And to create the perfect fishing or observation perch, either seat can be repositioned onto a pedestal up on the forward deck. The Instrument panel is a self-contained pod that pivots up and out of the way, not only to help protect it from dripping swim suits and flip flops, but also to provide a way to create a larger flat deck. Four hinged folding panels (called the origami deck) stow atop the forward deck under the canopy and are able to be deployed in two halves to fully cover the seats of the cockpit, enabling a completely flat floor from the bow to the back of the baggage compartment. This floor is level whether floating on the water, or parked on level ground. This amazingly big surface on a relatively little airplane is just large enough for two people to stretch out and sleep. Deploying a fitted tent and inflating a fitted air mattress makes spending the night a delight. Traveling from marina to marina on a big adventure couldn’t be easier with the MVP’s on-the-water folding wings. Taxi up close and shut down the engine. Fold the wings, and propel the MVP towards the slip with use of an on-board trolling motor. Integrated within the bilge, is a useful bow thruster to help make docking a breeze. With all these features, one might expect there to be compromises made to the flight and handling qualities of the MVP. Nothing could be farther from the truth. The MVP should prove to be a top performer and a joy to fly in its class. High-aspect ratio/high lift wings, excellent stability, crisp controls, comfortable seats and excellent visibility will all contribute to making the MVP a sheer joy to fly. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID Video Magazine at http://www.ultralightflyer.com RELATED SEARCH TERMS: amphibious plane,amphibious ultralight aircraft video,amphibious planes,amphibious aircraft manufacturers,amphibious aircraft for sale,amphibious airplanes,amphibious sport aircraft,light sport amphibious aircraft,small amphibious aircraft,amphibious homebuilt aircraft, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: MVP,MVP Aero,MVP Aircraft,MVP light sport aircraft,MVP amphibious aircraft,MVP Amphibian,experimental aircraft,experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video,homebuilt aircraft,homebuilt aircraft kits,home built aircraft,homebuilt aircraft plans,sport aircraft,light sport aircraft,light sport aircraft kits,light sport aircraft for sale,light sport aircraft manufacturers,sport planes,sport aircraft,light sport planes, http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com - MVP Aircraft – Most Versatile Aircraft in the light sport aircraft category!
Dakota Hawk, Fisher Flying Products
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Dakota Hawk, Fisher Flying Products. The Ultralight Flyer talks to the folks from Fisher Flying about their all wood, two seat, side by side seating aircraft that can be built as an experimental amateurbuilt aircraft in the U.S.A. and be flown by a Light Sport Aircraft Pilot. In Canada it can be built and flown as a basic ultralight or in the amateurbuilt aircraft category. Help support the Ultralight Flyer by subscribing at http://www.ultralightflyer.com
JABIRU Aircraft, Jabiru J230 Aircraft Review, Jabiru North America
 
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Jabiru J230, Jabiru North America, Deland Sport Aviation Showcase, Sport Aviation Village Deland Florida. http://www.ultralightflyer.com – What do sugar cane harvesting equipment and light aircraft and engines have to do with one another? The former was the original work of Jabiru founders Rod Stiff and Phil Ainsworth. The latter is what occurred after a trip to Europe back in 1988. While they traveled, the other partners voted them out of the company and on their return they got a check for their equity. So Rod and Phil did what entrepreneurs do. They took their dough and started a new company. This is the story Jabiru USA boss Pete Krotje told to begin his talk about the engines and airplanes the duo created. The first Jabiru flew in 1991 under Australia's then-new "ultralight" rule that allowed a new class of aircraft with no medical (long before FAA found such a solution useful). That first airplane — called a Light Sport Aircraft, again well before FAA used a similar term — used a KFM engine but that powerplant company soon said they were leaving the business. Thus was born one of only two companies I know that makes both airframe and engine. (The other such company is Sonex, which offers the AeroVee kit engine). The Jabiru engine uses auto industry parts, such as pistons and valves from Toyota. Among other tactics, this held down costs and started Jabiru down a path of delivering 6,000 engines to 45 countries. In addition, some 2,000 Jabiru airplanes are flying worldwide, 600 of them in Australia. Today, 80% of all flight training in Australia is done behind Jabiru engines. In South Africa the J-planes are the market leader. More recently, China took delivery of 20 of these airplanes with 20 more on order and an additional 20 forecast. The heart of the engine is the crankshaft and unlike other brands, the Jabiru crank starts as a seven-inch round shaft of steel which is fed into a CNC machine. Heads are milled from aluminum. Pete offered additional details of these power plants but you'll need to attend one of his forums to get the whole story. In an interesting twist, Jabiru does not set the TBO for their engines. Instead CASA (the Australian FAA) sets the TBO, which is now 2,000 hours, the same as Rotax and Continental. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: jabiru, jabiru aircraft, jabiru 3300, jabiru aircraft engine, jabiru aircraft review, jabiru aircraft usa, jabiru light sport aircraft manufacturers, jabiru j170 sport planes, jabiru j 230, jabiru j230 sp light sport aircraft, jabiru aircraft for sale south africa http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Jabiru J230, Jabiru North America, Deland Sport Aviation Showcase, Sport Aviation Village Deland Florida. https://youtu.be/rEzgI4Q0bZQ
Fisher Avenger, 12 Ultralight Aircraft that give you the biggest bang for your buck!
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Fisher Avenger, 12 Ultralight Aircraft that give you the biggest bang for your buck! #4 the Fisher Avenger from Fisher Aircraft a part 103 legal ultralight aircraft. For number 3 in the series visit http://youtu.be/8KnV6pDYfOc For complete video visit: http://youtu.be/U80ajmKlooM Help support the Ultralight Flyer by Subscribing at http://www.ultralightflyer.com
Legal Eagle Ultralight - 12 Ultralight Aircraft that give the biggest bang for the buck!
 
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http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com -- Legal Eagle - 12 Ultralight Aircraft that give the biggest bang for the buck! Coming in at # 10 on our list of ultralight aircraft that give you the biggest bang for your buck is the Legal Eagle. The Legal Eagle which was designed by Leonard Milholland is single seat, high wing, ultralight aircraft first introduced to the U.S. market at Sun N Fun in 1998. The name Legal Eagle came about when Leonard weighted the plane and it came in at 10 lbs less than the 254 lbs weight limit for the U.S. - thus "this Eagle is legal became the "LEGAL EAGLE." The plane features a welded fuselage with an all wood wing, similar to that of a Mini Max, the tail section is aluminums tube using pop rivets and gussets. Controls are standard stick and rudder, with ailerons. The plane is powered by a "better half" VW engine. The plane cruises along at 53 mph, stalls at 19, and according to Leonard is "real responsive and a pleasure to fly." All of the control systems are located outside the fuselage and the wings are completely sealed to prevent "those creepy crawly things" from getting in. "The whole idea of this plane is to be economical - you can afford it if you want to do the work." The plans consist of a cover sheet with the specifications on it, 42 sheets of drawings, and a materials list. Leonard estimates building time to be about 6 months. The engine is unique in that it is not a "half VW" but rather uses a full case. Plans for both the Legal Eagle and the engine are also available. The design features a fuselage of welded 4130 steel tubing, mated to an all-wood wing made from spruce. The struts and tail surfaces are made from 6061 T6 aluminium tubing. The flying surfaces are covered with standard aircraft fabric covering materials. The rear fuselage is normally left as an open truss structure to save weight and to ensure that the aircraft does not exceed the FAR 103 maximum speed of 55 knots (102 km/h; 63 mph). Like the fuselage, the taildragger landing gear is sprung steel. The aircraft has been developed into several variants of the basic design including the XL version for larger pilots and a two seat ultralight trainer and Light-sport aircraft. Legal Eagle Basic model with a 244 lb (111 kg) empty weight, powered by a 30 hp (22 kW) Half VW engine Legal Eagle XL Model for larger pilots with a wider and taller seat, greater wing area and longer tail. 246 lb (112 kg) empty weight http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID YOU TUBE CHANNEL at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG__HDxVT1TjrBqEjltFRzQ Share this video with your friends: http://youtu.be/JfaSm_Z3Qb8 RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: legal eagle ultralight, legal eagle ultralight for sale, legal eagle ultralight kits, legal eagle ultralight cost, legal eagle ultralight specifications, legal eagle ultralight plans free, legal eagle ultralight reviews, legal eagle ultralight construction video #1, LegalEagle, Milholland http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com - Legal Eagle Ultralight Aircraft
Bristell now available with 912 iS engine, sleeper tube, wing lockers, Garmin Instruments.
 
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http://www.airlinetransportpilottraining.com/ – Bristell now available with 912 iS engine, sleeper tube, wing lockers, Garmin Instruments. The BRISTEL LSA design with its three-wheel fixed undercarriage configuration is the right choice of airplane for use in flight schools, glider towing and recreational flying. Thanks to the combined comfort and good ergonomic design it represents the largest cockpit in its category, this plane is the ideal vehicle for longer cross-country flights. The BRISTELL performance wings make cross-country flights much safer in extreme weather conditions due to an increased crosswind component of 15 knots. Features: *direct steerable nose wheel *robust design – excellent for flight schools *custom paint design *four choices of canopy bubble color *ballistic rescue system installation available *custom instrumentation *custom upholstery Bristell Aircraft has numerous service facilities prepared to meet your service needs, strategically located major in Texas, Florida, California, Colorado, Iowa, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and New York. All Rotax certified repair facilities can work on your power plant. If you have a question about major service facilities please call John Rathmell at (717)-371-8677 or Lou Mancuso and we can help you find out what will be the best service solution for you. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: bristell, bristell light sport aircraft, brm aero, bristell light sport aircraft kits, bristell light sport aircraft manufacturers, bristell sport aircraft, bristell light sport aircraft for sale, bristell sport aircraft, brm aero bristell lsa, bristell aircraft review, bristell aircraft specifications, bristell lsa, milan bristela, lou mancuso, bristell usa, bristell aircraft http://www.lightsportaircraftpilot.com - Bristell now available with 912 Is engine, sleeper tube, wing lockers, Garmin Instruments. https://youtu.be/Ak8qcwLo3SU
Belite UltraCub, Belite Aircraft's Ultra Cub part 103 legal ultralight aircraft with 4 stroke power.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Video: While at the E.A.A. Sun N Fun convention in Lakeland Florida Dan Johnson talks to James Wiebe from Belite Aircraft about his UltraCub. The Belite UltraCub is a part 103 legal ultralight aircraft powered by a 1/2 VW four stroke engine. James sales the Belite in kit form or factory built. His latest versions of the craft use rivet together construction from C&C cut aluminum, with all of the holes pre-drilled. Help support The Ultralight Flyer light sport and ultralight flying video magazine by subscribing or donating to the cause at http://www.ultralightflyer.com
Experimental amateurbuilt STOL aircraft, Just Aircraft Super Stol experimental light sport aircraft.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Experimental STOL aircraft, Just Aircraft Super Stol Highlander experimental amateurbuilt light sport aircraft. Help support The Ultralight Flyer subscribe at http://www.ultralightflyer.com The Just Aircraft Superstol is based on the Just Highlander, a side by side seating taildragger, in a tractor configuration. The SuperStol differs from the Highlander in that it has leading edge slats, a long stroke air shock robust landing gear, 29 in (74 cm) tundra tires and a larger tail section. The SuperStol features a welded 4130 steel fuselage, the wing is aluminum tube and ladder construction, covered in standard aircraft fabric and features Fowler flaps. The wings are foldable for transportation or storage. A variety of engines are available, the one flown at Airventure 2012 was powered by a Rotax 914 Turbo.
Sling Light Sport Aircraft Review, Copperstate Fly In Casa Grande Arizona
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com – Sling light sport Aircraft Review, Copperstate Fly In Casa Grande Arizona. The Airplane Factory (TAF) produces the Sling series of world-circling aircraft (literally) and now this fine-flying, all-metal beauty is available in the United States as a Special Light-Sport Aircraft. Here is an LSA to follow. You have to admire the confidence of The Airplane Factory partners Mike Blyth and James Pittman as they took a fresh design and proceeded to circumnavigate the world during 40 days in 2009. This sounds like a fool's mission until you learn more about the principal designer. Mike had already flown the immense distance from the southern tip of South America up through Central and North America, across the Atlantic, down through Europe, across the Mediterranean, and north to south across Africa to his home base in South Africa. He called the trip "South to South" and even made a highly-watchable video about the experience. And these two incredible voyages are but a couple in his logbook of amazing flights. Nonetheless, the success came not only from superior piloting skills and daring but from a long time acquiring knowledge of aircraft. Certainly, you get to know your plane very well in hundreds of hours of cross country flying but Mike also learned the intimate aspects of design work. Indeed, Sling was created using the latest computer software in so precise a fashion that taking off on a globe-girdling flight shortly after completing the airplane was a well-calculated risk. It was a challenge, aeronautically and physically, but neither Blyth nor Pittman worried excessively about their heavily-loaded Sling (carrying more than 700 pounds in fuel alone!). They knew it would do the job and they proved their claim in a dramatic fashion. Now, as they say, "You can fly the adventure!" Maybe the best news about Sling's flight characteristics is that they are not in the least adventurous. The bird may have transported the South Africans around the planet but I found the design to have excellent control harmony (as good as the best I've flown), gentle stalls with ample warning, and great ease of landing. When you lower flaps no big pitch movement occurs though slips also worked well to get to the runway at the target point. Stability throughout the normal range of maneuvers I explored was entirely predictable. You won't find too many in the USA for demo flying in 2012 but two thoughts on that: (1) It's well worth a trip to where ever you'll find a Sling to take a flight; and, (2) the scarcity of Slings won't last long given agreeable pricing and wonderful airborne qualities. To become a Sling owner, better you act sooner than later as I predict growing sales for the boys of The Airplane Factory. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: Sling, Sling 2, Sling light sport aircraft, Sling experimental aircraft, airplane factory, sling, sling 2, sling light sport aircraft, sling homebuilt aircraft, sling amateurbuilt aircraft, the airplane factory, the airplane factory sling 2, sling aircraft, rotax 912 is sport, airplane factory usa http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Sling light sport aircraft Aircraft Review, Copperstate Fly In Casa Grande Arizona https://youtu.be/OOyICSKripk
Helicopter kit, Helicycle helicopter kit, Eagle R&D, Arlington Fly-In
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Helicopter kit, Helicycle helicopter kit, Eagle R&D, Arlington Fly-In. Help support The Ultralight Flyer subscribe at http://www.ultralightflyer.com
Lightning LSA, Lightning Aircraft West Arion Aircraft Lightning at US Flight Expo 2017
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com – Lightning LSA, Lightning Aircraft West Arion Aircraft Lightning at US Flight Expo 2017 Arion Lightning XS Kit The XS Kit is all about choices. The Lightning airframe kit gives you the option of choosing your firewall forward (FWF) package from three currently available. This gives you the opportunity to create the aircraft you have always dreamed of! XS Kit Standard Equipment: Spring Steel Gear Removable Fuel Tanks Short Upswept Wingtips MK II Tails Redesigned Lower Gear Assembly XS Kit FWF (firewall forward) Packages: 1. Lycoming 0-320 2. UL 390 3. Jabiru 3300 Lightning Classic Kit The Classic Kit contains everything you need except an engine, propeller, avionics, interior and paint. You can build this kit to go fast or be Light Sport compliant by choosing the appropriate options. If you already know you want the Jabiru engine, this is the way to go! Classic Kit Standard Equipment: Aluminum Gear Removable Fuel Tanks Bullet Wingtips MK II Tails Jabiru FWF Package 25º Electric Flaps All Lightning Kits and Kit Components: - Main airframe components are vacuum infused, oven cured fiberglass, giving a more consistent parts quality than standard wet lay up structures. Vinyl-ester resin used through out for a high 220 degree thermal deformation temperature. - Simple fiberglass lay-ups are required for items such as canopy frame, rear windows, wing tips, NACA scoops, etc. - Parts such as the spar box and rudder pedals are pre-welded and powder coated to insure a good fit. Other parts are fabricated by the builder from 6061-T6 aluminum stock. Build time approx. 550 hrs without paint, avionics or firewall forward. The Classic kit is $39,900. The XS kit is $36,900. The Jabiru engine cost is $19,900, the UL 390 is roughly $30,200 and the Lycoming cost depends on whether you want new or used. After that it depends on paint, avionics, interior, and other items you may want to add. A builder at home can finish one for $75,000. Built at the Lightning West build center will cost in the $105,000 range. http://www.ultralightflyer.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © The Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support The Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: arion, lightning, lightning aircraft, arion lightning, lightning aircraft for sale, lightning ls 1 experimental aircraft, lightning ls 1 experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, lightning ls 1 homebuilt aircraft, lightning ls 1 homebuilt aircraft kits, lightning ls 1 sport aircraft, lightning ls 1 light sport aircraft, lightning ls 1 light sport aircraft kits, lightning ls 1 sport planes, lightning ls 1 home built aircraft, arion lightning ls1 experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Lightning LSA, Lightning Aircraft West Arion Aircraft Lightning at US Flight Expo https://youtu.be/2IfFIIlBHrQ
Quicksilver Sprint - 12 Ultralight Aircraft that give the biggest bang for the buck!
 
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http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com -- Quicksilver Sprint - 12 Ultralight Aircraft that give the biggest bang for the buck! Coming in at #2 on our list of ultralight aircraft that give you the biggest bang for your buck is the Quicksilver Sprint. As far as production of ultralight aircraft Quicksilver has to rank as the number one manufacturer. It doesn't matter where you go in the world you more than likely will find a Quicksilver aircraft flying their. There are a number or reasons for this. Quicksilver was the first to start mass production of their kits, on bubble packed boards. They were the first to have a very concise and easy to follow assembly manual. They were the first to come out with a service manual for their aircraft. They were the first to produce a training syllabus for their aircraft. They were the first to develop a world wide distribution network! The Quicksilver Sprint kit features bolt together aluminum tubing covered in Dacron sailcloth. It can be built in as little as 80 hours, with no prior experience and no special tools required. When complete the aircraft features, true three axis controls, with the ailerons connected to the stick and the elevator to the rudder pedals. It features a left hand throttle and a right hand stick. In the past power has been supplied by the Rotax 447 engine, with the latest model displayed at Sun N Fun sporting a twin cylinder 50 HP Hirth engine. Performance with the 447 has to be seen to be believed. The Sprint will take off in as little as 50 feet, and climb out at 800 to 1,000 feet per minute. Cruise comes in at between 40 and 50 mph, and is a little faster when equipped with a nose fairing. Stall comes in at less than 25 mph. with no surprises and plenty of warning. The standard airframe can easily accommodate floats, amphib floats, or a mono float as well as snow ski's. Parts and service can be obtained world wide, with parts also available from a number of other suppliers. The Sprint is priced very economically priced, and holds it's resale value when not abused. Another advantage of the Sprint is that training is generally available because of the amount of two seat aircraft that Quicksilver has produced and the number of dealers they have worldwide. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID YOU TUBE CHANNEL at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG__HDxVT1TjrBqEjltFRzQ Share this video with your friends: http://youtu.be/iJW48-XOl9w RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: Quicksilver Sprint ultralight, Quicksilver Aircraft, Quicksilver Aircraft's Sprint, quicksilver sprint video, quicksilver sprint for sale, quicksilver sprint specs, quicksilver sprint price, quicksilver sprint ultralight for sale, Quicksilver Sprint ultralight, quicksilver sprint ultralight, Ultralight Aviation, ultralight airplane, ultralight kit, ultralight plane, used ultralight aircraft, part 103 ultralights, legal ultralights, ultralight aviation, ultralight aircraft http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com - Quicksilver Sprint ultralight aircraft
Corvair Power, flying on the Corvair Aircraft Engine, Corvair College's William Wynne.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com – Corvair Power, flying on the Corvair Aircraft Engine, Corvair College's William Wynne. By Dan Johnson, I've often written about Rotax, Jabiru, Continental, and UL Power. One that I've left out of the review has been William Wynne's Corvair-based powerplant and I am pleased to correct that oversight. Five Corvair-powered Zenith kit-built aircraft flew into the 2014 Open Hangar Day event and parked together for this photo in front of the airport terminal building. Wynne reports that he has been continuously building, testing and flying Corvair engines for 25 years, since 1989 (by the way, longer than Zenith has been located in Mexico). At last count his company reports that their engines power about 500 aircraft. William earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Professional Aeronautics and is the holder of an Airframe & Powerplant certificate from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Of his Corvair engine conversion, he wrote, "My extensive testing over the years indicates [this engine can provide] 100-120 horsepower with the degree of reliability necessary for flight engines." This power range suits it perfectly for light kit aircraft in the age of Light-Sport. You might wonder why he chose to use the Corvair engine and the answer might surprise you. Chevrolet's Corvair engine is a six cylinder, horizontally-opposed piston engine used in the 1960s-era Corvair automobile. Wikipedia reported, "It was a highly unusual engine for General Motors [in that] it was air-cooled and used a flat design with aluminum heads and crankcase." My video partner added this, "Few people know it, but the General Motors Corvair engine was developed for GM by a company called Eastern Aviation. GM was after a light helicopter contract from the government, and had Eastern Aviation develop this engine as a powerplant." He continued, "GM never got that contract and in an attempt to compete with the European sport/touring car manufacturers, General Motors decided to use the engine and launched a small sports car to be powered by an air-cooled engine similar to the VW Beetle. Between 1960 and 1969 GM manufactured and sold 1,700,000 of the rear-engine, compact cars. Approximately two million engines were built." Read much more detail about the Corvair engine at Light Sport Aircraft Pilot. Before Zenith's event this year, William Wynne held another of his four-day Corvair College seminars. "We had 74 people attend and 11 of them fully assembled and test ran their engine," reported Wynne, adding that "about 25 more made good progress." He indicated that this was the second Corvair College he and Zenith Aircraft's Sebastien Heintz have collaborated on before the airplane company's open house. Working seminars of this sort are meant to assist builders but also serve education and marketing purposes. A few caveats: Most aviators and builders realize that General Motors and Chevrolet do not authorize the use of Corvair engines for use in aircraft. Wynne's FlyCorvair enterprise is not affiliated with the car company. Corvair conversions are not type certificated and have not attempted to meet ASTM standards for Light-Sport Aircraft. In addition to putting on Corvair College, William visits his builders. "I have made hundreds of house calls," he reported. As an example, the nearby photo shows Wynne (on left) making a house call to customer Larry Winger in California. "His engine ran at Corvair College #18," said William. "Larry's aircraft is a magnificent Zenith CH-650, built from plans, not a kit. The aircraft has since been completed and has been moved to the Chino airport. Larry exemplifies many of the finest qualities in homebuilding. When he started the project, he had never built an engine, a plane and was not yet a pilot. He has since accomplished all three." According to many Corvair engine installers, Wynne often inspires his builders. http://www.ultralightflyer.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © The Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support The Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your continued support! TAGS: corvair, flycorvair, flycorvair com engines for sale, flycorvair.com flycorvair.net, william wynne, corvair college, flycorvair shop, flycorvair turbo, flycorvair fuel injection, flycorvair exhaust, flycorvair youtube, flycorvair oil, flycorvair fuel pump, corvaircraft, corvair aircraft engine, http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Corvair Power, flying on the Corvair Aircraft Engine, Corvair College's William Wynne. https://youtu.be/CAd6TacuLj4
CGS Hawk elevator control system failure advisory.
 
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http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com -- CGS Hawk elevator control system failure advisory. The following CGS Hawk service bulletin is one the manufacturer issued several years ago. It is being repeated here because of the manufacturer's concern that they were not widely publicized at the time and that many Hawk owners, especially those who have re-purchased used craft may not be aware of these problems that need to be addressed. Issued by MANUFACTURER Service bulletin 4-20-89B dated: April 20, 1989 MODELS AFFECTED: All CGS Hawk Aircraft SUBJECT: Control Cable Erosion SUMMARY: During flight at approximately 20 feet of altitude and a speed of 60-80 mph, the up elevator cable broke resulting in an immediate slip to the ground, striking a wing and then flipping the plane on its back. Inspection showed the location where the cable broke had been reduced in cross section by approximately 65%. Only 2 strands out of7 were intact. The area of erosion was where the cable and nylon housing exit the main tube near the tail. Further inspection showed that the rudder cables had 2 frayed strands. The aileron cables showed no signs of wear. REQUIRED ACTION: Inspect the rudder and elevator cables where they exit the boom tube. You can loosen the clamps and slide the nylon housing forward to examine the cables. It may be necessary to trim off some of the housing. If you see any wear on your cables, replace them and please send the worn portion of your old cable to CGS along with the amount of time in service, and whether the cable is for the up or down elevator, or right or left rudder. In any event, if any black powder can be seen through the housing, or if you have 500 hours time on your Hawk, replace the cables. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID YOU TUBE CHANNEL at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG__HDxVT1TjrBqEjltFRzQ RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: CGS Hawk, CGS,CGS Aviation, CGS Hawk Classic, cgs hawk arrow 2, cgs hawk parts, cgs hawk ultralight aircraft, cgs hawk sport, cgs hawk folding wing, cgs hawk, cgs hawk ultralight, cgs hawk ultralight sale, cgs hawk sport, CGS Hawk Arrow, CGS sport aircraft, light CGS sport aircraft video, CGS sport planes, CGS light sport planes, CGS Hawk homebuilt aircraft, CGS Hawk Arrow II, CGS Hawk homebuilt aircraft kits http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com - CGS Hawk elevator control system failure.
Woodpecker experimental amateurbuilt aircraft the WoodPecker homebuilt aircraft by Brian Austein.
 
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Woodpecker experimental amateurbuilt aircraft the WoodPecker homebuilt aircraft by Brian Austein. https://www.patreon.com/lightsportandultralightflyer - Help support the Light Sport & Ultralight Flyer by becoming a Patron, contributions start at as little as $1.00 per month! Visit - https://www.patreon.com/lightsportandultralightflyer to sign up. You can also purchase a yearly or life time subscription at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your support! http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Brian Austein of Hernando MS was at the Midwest LSA Expo, held at the Mt. Vernon Airport in Illinois with his Woodpecker. The Woodpecker is a two seat side by side seating, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft made from wood and foam, and covered in conventional aircraft fabric covering material, and painted using standard Sherwin Williams house paint. The craft has won awards at EAA Airventure convention. The all wood original design “Woodpecker”, was the recipient of the Best Innovative Design Homebuilt award at Sun N Fun. It features standard aircraft stick and rudder controls, and is powered by a Lycoming 0 235 C, 115 HP engine. Brian built the Woodpecker over a period of three years at a cost firewall back of approximately $3,000. With another $2,000 required for engine etc. http://www.ultralightflyer.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © The Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support The Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: Woodpecker, Woodpecker experimental aircraft, Woodpecker Amateurbuilt aircraft, Woodpecker Homebuilt aircraft, Brian Austein, Lightning Bug, http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Woodpecker experimental amateurbuilt aircraft the WoodPecker homebuilt aircraft by Brian Austein. https://youtu.be/IzswuILMuiw
Kolb FireFly - 12 Ultralight Aircraft that give the biggest bang for the buck!
 
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http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com -- Kolb FireFly - 12 Ultralight Aircraft that give the biggest bang for the buck! Coming in at #1 on our list of ultralight aircraft that give you the biggest bang for your buck is the Kolb FireFly! The FireFly was designed to be a legal ultralight under FAR Part 103, and in our opinion is one of the safest, most fun flying ultralight aircraft on the market. Despite the limits put on by FAR 103 the FireFly is a "real" aircraft with standard three axis cable and push-pull tube controls in a pusher configuration, with some amazing performance figures. The FireFly when powered by a Rotax 447 still meets the weight limit of Part 103, but climbs out at nearly 1,000 feet per minute, can cruise all day long at 55 mph, can take off in less than 150 feet on a calm day and can land in about twice that distance. The FireFly has a very gentle stall, in fact with the engine at an idle and the stick all the way back the plane just goes into a nose high mush. It has no tendency to drop a wing, and when you force it into a stall at between 25 and 30 mph it simply drops it's nose, release pressure on the stick or add power and it immediately starts to fly again. Visibility in the FireFly is exceptional, the pilot is located in front of the wing giving him/her a 360 degree view. The Kolb FireFly is one of the few true ultralight aircraft that can be fitted with floats and or amphib floats and still make the legal weight limit. Kolb offers a number of kits to the builder to cut down on building time. The average builder will take between 150 and 300 hours to complete the various kits. No special tools are required, although an air compressor, and air rivet gun are recommended. The project can be completed in the area of a one car garage. These are just some of the reasons that we have chosen the Kolb FireFly as the ultralight aircraft and company that gives you the biggest bang for the buck. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID YOU TUBE CHANNEL at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG__HDxVT1TjrBqEjltFRzQ Share this video with your friends: http://youtu.be/smxrDhaGIZA RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: Kolb, Firefly, Kolb FireFly, kolb firefly, kolb firefly for sale, kolb firefly review, kolb firefly price, kolb firefly specs, kolb firefly aircraft, kolb firefly build, kolb firefly kit, kolb firefly ultralight aircraft for sale, kolb firefly kit for sale, kolb firefly ultralight, kolb firefly build, ultralight, Kolb Aircraft, ultralight aircraft, Kolb Firefly Ultralight Firestar, ultralight kits, part 103 ultralights, legal ultralights, ultralight aviation http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com - Kolb FireFly ultralight aircraft.
Powered Parachute Buying Tips
 
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Powered Parachute Buying Tips. Things to look for when buying a used powered parachute. For this and 100's of other videos check out http://www.lightsport aircraft.ca for FREE weekly webcasts on ultralights and lightsport aircraft PLUS FREE classified ads.
Oratex Fabric, Better Aircraft Fabric by Oratex Aircraft Fabric, no painting required.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com – Oratex Aircraft Fabric, Better Aircraft Fabric by Oratex, no painting required. Proven Safe and Effective Oratex is proven safe. It is certified in Europe and Canada, and many FAA STCs are now available in the USA. There are currently over 300 airplanes flying with Oratex (including a 5th place Reno-Racer and a Red Bull Master Class competitor). Three European manufacturers have chosen to use Oratex exclusively, including on an aerobatic version of the Sherwood Ranger. Having been tested extensively in Alaska, Oratex is now available throughout North America. Oratex represents a major breakthrough in aircraft fabric covering systems. No solvents, no paint, no stench, no exposure to toxic chemicals of any kind. Just glue it, shrink it, and fly! Easy and Fun to Apply Covering an airplane used to be a long and involved process. Oratex is different. The builder doesn't need to apply any coatings at all. Just glue it, shrink it, and you're done! Covering with Oratex is fun! Covering with the legacy systems is nasty! Prolonged exposure to dangerous chemicals and hours of tedious sanding, and having to work with a respirator and protective clothing. With Oratex you move quickly from one finished component to the next, and in about 100 hours you are done! http://www.ultralightflyer.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © The Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support The Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: oratex, aircraft fabric, oratex6000, oratex600, betteraircraftfabric, oratex ul 600, oratex ul600, german aircraft fabric, oratex fabric canada, better aircraft fabric, oratex fabric price, oratex fabric reviews, oratex 6000 fabric, Better Aircraft Fabric, http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Oratex Aircraft Fabric, Better Aircraft Fabric by Oratex, no painting required. https://youtu.be/W9B0B_bpJT8
Zenith Aircraft CH 701, CH 650, CH 750 and the UL Power line of aircraft engines.
 
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Zenith Aircraft CH 701, CH 650, CH 750 and the UL Power line of aircraft engines. www.aircraftreporters.tv 's Editor-In-Chief Dan Johnson talks to the folks from Zenith Aircraft about their CH 701, CH 650, CH 750 aircraft kits and the UL Power line of aircraft engines.
Cloudster all wood ultralight aircraft kit from Simplex Aeroplanes
 
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http://www.wicksaircraft.com - Cloudster all wood ultralight aircraft kit from Simplex Aeroplanes. The Simplex Aeroplanes Cloudster, is a single seat, open-cockpit, parasol wing, single-engine monoplane, originally designed and sold by Scott Land of Pop's Props. The plane is now being sold in plans and kit form by Simplex Aeroplanes. The Cloudster was originally designed to fit into the Part 103 ultralight category, where no aircraft registration, no pilot license, and no medical are required to fly it. You can help support The Ultralight Flyer by subscribing at http://www.ultralightflyer.com
AutoGyro MTO Gryoplane, Gyrophibian amphibious AutoGyro, Soaring Concepts Aerospace.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com - AutoGyro MTO Gryoplane, Gyrophibian amphibious AutoGyro, Soaring Concepts Aerospace. We talk to Galen Geigley of Soaring Concepts Aerospace about the AutoGyro MTO Amphibious Gyroplane. With some unbelievable video of the AutoGyro MTO gryrocopter flying in winds up to 37 knots! Help support The Ultralight Flyer light sport and ultralight flying video magazine by subscribing or donating to the cause at http://www.ultralightflyer.com
Just Aircraft, the Highlander experimental amateurbuilt light sport aircraft from Just Aircraft.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Just Aircraft, the Highlander light sport aircraft from Just Aircraft. Dan Johnson and the Light Sport and Ultralight Flyer talk to Gary Schmitt from Just Aircraft about the Highlander, which can be built as an experimental amateurbuilt aircraft, an experimental light sport aircraft, or be factory built as a light sport aircraft. The Highlander has folding wings, is powered by a Rotax 912 ULS 100 HP engine, can be equipped with floats, and is available in both tail-dragger and tricycle gear versions.
Gemini Diesel aircraft engine from Superior Air Parts.
 
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http://www.mountvernonaviationexpo.com – The Superior Aviation Group announced that the company has acquired the Gemini Diesel engine and has begun active development of the current engines, as well as planning the introduction of new models. “Since the company’s inception, Superior Air Parts has grown on its ability to supply high-quality, fairly priced piston engines and components that meet the needs of our customers around the world,” Archer said. “Adding the new Gemini Diesel engine to our product family is just the next set in our continuing efforts to provide the right engine solution at the right time and price.” Archer said that because of its unique, uniflow design featuring two-opposing-pistons-per-cylinder, the Gemini will be smaller than many current gasoline and diesel piston engines, giving it a significant power-to-weight ratio advantage and making it especially attractive to the experimental and LSA markets initially. “There are basically two reasons why we chose to offer the Gemini Diesel to the experimental and LSA markets first,” stated Scott Hayes, Superior’s V.P., Sales & Marketing. “Number one was the fact that the 100-horsepower, Gemini 100 is much further along in its development cycle.” “The second is that over the years many of the manufacturers of these kit and LSA aircraft have become dissatisfied with the current engine options and have asked us about developing a new-generation, alternatively fueled engine that delivers the same innovation, quality and value that is found in our experimental XP-Series and FAA certificated Vantage Engines,” he said. “Our commitment is to meet those goals and more with the new Gemini Diesel engine series.” “We have already had preliminary discussions with manufacturers representing a variety of experimental and LSA aircraft,” Archer said. “The most common question everyone asks is; how soon can we get one?” “We are very excited to say that the Gemini 100 is currently running in the test cell,” he said. “The engine is meeting all of our performance goals and right now we anticipate having pre-production engines within 90-days.” About the Gemini Diesel engine. The Gemini Diesel offers a number of advantages over current diesel and piston engines, including: Jet A is a global fuel solution with better availability, quality, consistency and pricing Operators can fly the same range as a standard engine on less fuel High power-to-weight ratio Highly efficient, two-stroke power Higher engine torque at lower RPM Projected to have up to 20% lower fuel burn than conventional engines Mechanically simpler design, with fewer moving parts http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: Gemini diesel,Gemini Diesel aircraft engine,Superior Parts Diesel Engine,diesel airplane engine, diesel aircraft engines manufacturers, diesel aircraft engines experimental, diesel aircraft engine for sale, diesel aircraft engine, turbocharged engine, turbo Diesel,two stroke diesel aircraft engine, http://www.lightsportaircraftpilot.com - Gemini Diesel aircraft engine from Superior Air Parts. http://youtu.be/VZA4S5KkI5g
RANS S21, RANS S 21 Outbound, light sport or experimental two seat aircraft, RANS Designs.
 
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https://www.patreon.com/lightsportandultralightflyer - Help support the Light Sport & Ultralight Flyer by becoming a Patron, contributions start at as little as $1.00 per month! Visit - https://www.patreon.com/lightsportandultralightflyer to sign up. You can also purchase a yearly or life time subscription at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your support! RANS S21, RANS S 21 Outbound, light sport or experimental two seat aircraft, RANS Designs. At Airventure 2017 Rans Aircraft had on display their latest Cub style aircraft in kit form. According to the factory the RANS S21 Outbound was designed to be powered by the 180 hp Titan aircraft engine, the two-seat S-21 Outbound a short-field landing and take off, two-seat experimental or light sport aircraft with an impressive cruise speed. “This is exciting for us, building a big two-seater with a lot of power and aerodynamics that allow both a 150-plus-knot cruise speed and STOL credentials, and building in features that make assembly easier and more accurate than ever,” said Randy Schlitter, Rans’ founder, owner and CEO, who also designed the S-21. “This should be the fastest-build kit we’ve ever offered.” The S21 Outbound is available in either ataildragger or tricycle gear configuation. Kit construction is metal, and building times are expected to be in the 500 hour range. The Outbound is designed with slotted flaps, which produce less drag than other flap configurations, allowing for the swifter cruise speeds. With a 1,800-pound maximum gross weight, the airplane will also offer a respectable 815 pound useful load. With nearly 32 gallons in the tanks, the Outbound will be capable of flying up to 527 miles at economy cruise. The first prototype is currently under construction. http://www.ultralightflyer.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © The Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support The Ultralight Flyer Video Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: randy schlitter, rans, rans designs, rans aircraft, rans s-20 Outbound, rans outbound, rans s-21, rans S21 Outbound experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, rans S21 Outbound homebuilt aircraft, rans S21 Outbound homebuilt aircraft kits, rans S21 Outbound home built aircraft, rans S21 Outbound sport aircraft, rans S21 Outbound light sport aircraft, rans S21 Outbound light sport aircraft kits, rans S21 Outbound light sport aircraft for sale, http://www.ultralightflyer.com - RANS S21 Outbound, light sport or experimental two seat aircraft, RANS Designs. https://youtu.be/TdE8DZ_Smfg
CH 750 Cruzer - Zenith Aircraft Pilot Report Part 1 by Dan Johnson
 
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http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com – CH 750 Cruzer from Zenith Aircraft Pilot Report by Dan Johnson. Zenith Aircraft based in Mexico ... Missouri, to be clear, is one of the most solid and impressive kit producers in the light aircraft world. Chris Heintz designs were previously manufactured as fully built LSA by another company. Though that organization discontinued some years back the kit supplier and its models have thrived as before, every year delivering a number of airplane kits that could make other producers jealous. Last year Zenith introduced their newest model as a variation of their very popular "Sky Jeep," known officially as the CH 750 STOL. Giving the airplane more cross cruising capability resulted in an airplane logically named Cruzer. Simply put by 20-year Zenith demo pilot veteran Roger Dubbert, "Some of our customers wanted an aircraft that would go a little faster." The total change added about 20% to cruise speed compared to the 750 STOL. First shown to pilots at Sun 'n Fun in April 2013, Cruzer is what the company calls "on airport version" of the Short Takeoff and Landing (STOL) CH 750 that was originally designed for back country flying, according to company officials. Preceding the widened 750 for many years was the CH 701, the model that earned the "Sky Jeep" tag. Unlike its bushplane older brother, Cruzer is built for runways, so it uses smaller wheels available with optional wheel fairings and a new wing and tail designs to achieve a higher cruise speed. A single faired strut replaces the dual struts of the CH 750 STOL and the fuselage has changed shape subtly resulting in a lifted and enlarged empennage. Cruzer seats are comfortable enough for longer flights and with the wide door and overhead skylight, visibility is very broad in the new model. Zenith has kit building down pat and uses match-hole techniques to assure homebuilder precision. Designed for first-time builders, the new kits employ computer aided design (CAD) and computer aided manufacturing (CNC) technologies, which assured complete construction of the airframe with simple hand tools and minimal skills that can quickly be acquired at one of Zenith's monthly factory workshops, company officials noted. The CNC machinery allows the company to supply what's called "match hole" skins that have pilot holes located so a homebuilder does not need extensive tools or jigs to achieve precision in the joining of numerous metal skins. Except for limited components such as the nose cowl or wheel pants the entire Cruzer design is metal, primarily aluminum. "It will take about 400 hours to construct the all-metal airframe," said Sebastien Heintz, president of Zenith. "People are going to be surprised by how quickly it goes together and how much fun it is to work on it." Beside their regular workshops at their facility so many of the company's kits are flying that owners across the country and around the world may be available to give guidance to first-time builders. To power their aircraft like Cruzer, CH 750 STOL, and their low wing CH 650 Zenith offers a half dozen powerplant options, complete with engine mounts and cowling. The Cruzer prototype is powered by a 130-horsepower UL 350iS engine (video) and features the Dynon SkyView glass panel. As equipped, the aircraft has an empty weight of 780 pounds, giving it a useful load of 540 pounds, which keeps it at the LSA limit of 1,320 pounds required for Sport Pilots. Climbing at 1,200 fpm, Cruzer can achieve 118 mph at cruise altitude yet the airplane shows its STOL roots by stalling at 39 mph. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: Zenith STOL CH 701, Zenith Aircraft Company (Organization), CH750Cruzer, Heintz, ch 750, ul350iS, Cruzer, CH750, UL Power, 750 cruzer, ch 750 cruzer, Zenith CH 750 CruZer, ch 750 cruzer, ch 750 cruzer builders, ch 750 cruzer for sale, ch 750 cruiser review, zenith 750 cruzer review, zenith 750 cruiser specs, zenair ch 750 cruzer, zenith ch 750 cruzer review, Zenith CH750 Cruzer, Sebastian Heintz, Zenith Aircraft Company, UL Power North America http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com - CH 750 Cruzer from Zenith Aircraft Pilot Report by Dan Johnson.
Lisa Akoya amphibious two seat aircraft from Lisa Airplanes.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com – Dan Johnson talks to Vanessa Troillard of Lisa Airplanes about the Lisa Airplanes' two-seat amphibian aircraft which can take off and land on multiple types of surfaces (like MVP, which calls itself a "triphibian"). Lisa test pilots report "outstanding flight performance, combining long distances and exceptional comfort." Spokespersons elaborated, "From the cockpit up to the edge of the wings, and through the Seafoils, a number of technical innovations offer elegance, operating convenience and exceptional aerodynamic performance: top speed of 156 mph, range of 1,250 miles, fuel consumption of 42 mph, and Akoya takes off and lands in as little as 650 feet." Thanks to folding wings (photo & video), Akoya can be stored in a garage or aboard your yacht. With its stratospheric price tag of $395,000, Lisa will have to market to well-heeled customers. Lisa developers also boast of Akoya's 180-degree panoramic view through its tinted bubble canopy and a cockpit specially designed to combine both aesthetics and maximum comfort. Engineered to meet the LSA regulation, Lisa said Akoya is positioned between [European] ultralight aircraft and standard category certified aircraft. They said that while the LSA concept is still not widely known in Europe, "this new U.S. standard is becoming international" and they intend to prove compliance of Akoya to ASTM industry consensus standards. Lisa assures that a Sport Pilot certificate will suffice in the USA while Europeans can obtain a Light Aircraft Pilot License after a 20 to 30-hour training session varying slightly to meet each country's regulation. It was good to see Lisa back at AirVenture 2014. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: amphibious plane,amphibious ultralight aircraft video,amphibious planes,amphibious aircraft manufacturers,amphibious aircraft for sale,amphibious airplanes,amphibious sport aircraft,light sport amphibious aircraft,small amphibious aircraft,amphibious homebuilt aircraft, Flying (Magazine), TAGS: AKOYA, LISA Airplanes, Lisa Airplanes, lisa airplanes, lisa akoya, lisa akoya amphibious, lisa akoya for sale, lisa akoya seaplane, lisa akoya amphibian, lisa akoya review, lisa akoya video, lisa akoya ultralight amphibious, amphibious airplanes, amphibious airplane, pivoting wings, folding wings, lisa akoya ultralight http://www.lightsportaircraftpilot.com - Lisa Akoya amphibious two seat aircraft from Lisa Airplanes. http://youtu.be/UX6qhpIOyEw
Bushcat Light Sport Aircraft Review, DeLand Sport Aviation Village Showcase Nov. 3-5, 2016.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com – Dan Johnson talks to Jana Filip about the Deland Sport Aviation Showcase. If you’re a homebuilt aircraft owner, builder, or enthusiast, you won’t want to miss the 1st annual DeLand Sport Aviation Showcase, set for November 3-5, 2016, at the DeLand (Florida) Municipal Airport … where homebuilts will share center stage with some of the finest manufacturers of recreational aircraft from around the country and world. Nearly 100 exhibitors from as far away as Maine to Washington State and the Czech Republic to Brazil have confirmed their participation in Showcase 2016. They will be displaying and demonstrating a wide variety of recreational aircraft, including fixed-wing airplanes and ultralights, gyroplanes, powered parachutes, powered paragliders, and trikes…and their associated equipment. They are all coming together the first week of November to highlight the Showcase’s focus on flying for fun. The three-day show will also feature educational forums, workshops, EAA’s Charlie Becker as a keynote speaker, and food concessions. In addition, demonstration flights will be available all day, every day. A special Homebuilts Display will feature up to 50 aircraft and their proud owners and builders each day. Anyone wishing to participate – for one day or the whole event – is asked to complete an online Homebuilts Registration at www.sportaviationvillage.com/homebuilt-display-parking-registration/. The Homebuilts Display will be located adjacent to the Exhibitors Venue, providing easy access for Showcase attendees to view the various homebuilt aircraft that fly in each day. DeLand Sport Aviation Administrator Jana Filip said, “DeLand Municipal Airport is committed to being a center for recreational aircraft owners and enthusiasts, and we are excited to welcome homebuilders to fly their aircraft in for this special display. We know that people interested in building an aircraft enjoy viewing what others have done with their projects, so creating the opportunity for such interactions is a natural for the Showcase.” The DeLand Showcase thanks its Sponsors – Viking Aircraft Engines, Aviators Hot Line, and Rapid Systems – and its Partners – Stemme, Swift Fuels, Americana Aviation/AeroJones, Jabiru NA, CubCrafters, and Passero Associates – for their generous support of this inaugural event. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: Sport Aviation Village, Sport Aviation Showcase, Deland Florida, Deland Sport Aviation Village, Deland Sport Aviation Showcase, Bushcat, Skyreach, Aerosports, http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Bushcat Light Sport Aircraft Review, DeLand Sport Aviation Showcase, Sport Aviation Village November 3-5, 2016. https://youtu.be/Qp-cd94_bcU
Fisher Youngster experimental amateurbuilt homebuilt biplane
 
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Fisher Youngster ultralight, experimental, amateurbuilt, homebuilt biplane. Free weekly webcasts on ultralight and lightsport aircraft PLUS FREE CLASSIFIED ADS at http://www.lightsportaircraft.ca, http://www.lightsportaircraftpilot.com Distributed by Tubemogul.
Backyard Flyer Swing Wing ultralight aircraft
 
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http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com/ Backyard Flyer Swing Wing ultralight aircraft.
SportCruiser light sport aircraft, aircraft review part 1.
 
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http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com - SportCruiser - Dan Johnson gives us a quick look at the SportCruiser all metal low wing, light sport aircraft from U.S. Sport Aircraft during the Midwest LSA Show - Expo Mt. Vernon Airport, Mt. Vernon Illinois. New Owner for SportCruiser in America By Dan Johnson, December 19, 2013 (Article udated) One of the most recognized aircraft in the LSA space is the SportCruiser, which ranks high on our LSA Market Share ranking (2012 figures). Solid in the #4 spot, they are likely to move up with another decent year in 2013, thanks to what some might call the "halo effect" of having had the Piper name on the airplane (photo) for a year, and now, a new owner. Don Ayers retired and handed the reins to his partner and new company president, Patrick Arnzen. Some thought that Piper's quick in and out might be a negative, but that would be incorrect. Ayers once told me that his operation was the key company before Piper, during Piper, and after Piper so not much really changed other than temporarily wearing the Vero Beach company's colors and gaining from their promotion. New president of U.S. Sport Aircraft Importing, Patrick Arnzen, checks out one of his company's aircraft at their Addison, Texas home base. In a recent conversation, Patrick explained the various activities that keep them busy including a bustling flight school operation in Addison, Texas (KADS). Naturally, they regularly assemble airplanes that arrive from Czech Sport Aircraft (CSA). The southern Czech company shook off the cobwebs from former ill-equipped management and has progressed well. In fact, they just appointed a new European distributor with the catchy business name Star in Sky as the manufacturer's representative for Slovakia, Czech Republic and Hungary. In Europe, CSA refers to the airplane as the PS-28 Cruiser in a subtle nod to the old Piper numbering scheme, but VP of sales Matthew Harvey assured us in a video we shot at Aero 2013 (to be posted soon) that it is indeed the same airplane as American know. He reported that 500 of these aircraft have been produced, of which about 150 are flying in Europe. With around 200 flying in the USA, the company has done respectably well in the global market for light aircraft. SportCruiser also earned Type Certification for VFR Day operations according to EASA's CS-LSA regulations and is fully accepted by FAA in the U.S. CSA is also very pleased with the U.S. representative, with Harvey saying earlier, "We set ourselves a huge sales target of 30 units for the USA in 2013 and we really are delighted to be close to achieving this." Indeed, our LSA registrations report to come out soon confirms the success of the American company operating as U.S. Sport Aircraft Importing (several videos on the SportCruiser models are available at the preceding link). SportCruiser is available with dual-screen 10-inch Dynon Skyview instrumentation together with additional enhanced features. CSA also referred to a new SportCruiser SVAP Light is based on the increased demand from the U.S. market for an entry-level Light Sport Aircraft that combines affordability and advanced features with the flexibility to upgrade. This version is also the result of an extensive weight reduction exercise carried out by Czech Sport Aircraft engineers, resulting in an increased useful load. Both new models are equipped in 2013 with Garmin 796 GPS and ADS-B Receiver. In addition, Czech Sport Aircraft continues to supply the SportCruiser Classic with analog instrumentation. U.S. Sport Aircraft Importing LLC Web Site:www.ussportaircraft.com eMail: [email protected] Address: 4700 Airport Drive City: Addison, TX 75001 USA Phone: (972) 735-9099 http://www.sportaviationexpos.com http://youtu.be/mQQqxRamXXE Related Search terms. light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft,light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine),
Nieuport 17, Airdrome Aeroplanes full scale Nieuport 17 WW I replica fighter aircraft.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Nieuport 17, Airdrome Aeroplanes full scale Nieuport 17 WW I replica fighter aircraft. Help support The Ultralight Flyer subscribe at http://www.ultralightflyer.com
XENON gyrocopters, Xenon IV Sport, Xenon IV Executive, Xenon IV Stradivarius from Pictaio Aerospace.
 
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http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com – Dan Johnson talks to Chris Lord of Pictaio Aerospace about the Xenon IV line of gyrocopters from Celier Aviation of Poland. Xenon aviation is a gyroplane manufacturer run by Frenchman Raphael Celier from their base of operations in Poland. They've been manufacturing high quality gyroplanes since 2006, and currently have a couple of different types of gyrocopter available for sale. There are a few distinguishing features that make Xenon unique in the marketplace. The first is their design. Where pretty much all of their competitors have at least one tandem gyroplane on the books, all of the Xenon gyroplanes feature a side-by-side seating configuration. This makes the Xenon gyroplane easy to spot as it's design truly is visually unique. Xenon is also the only major gyroplane manufacturer to currently produce a three-person gyroplane. This may change at some stage in the future, of course but for the time being if you want to take more than one person flying with you in a gyroplane, then the Xenon XL is you're only option. Because Xenon have successfully launched a three seat gyroplane, they also have created gyroplanes capable of handling larger payloads, which potentially makes them a good candidate for any sort of aerial task where you need to fit the gyro with third party equipment for use in things like surveillance or agriculture. There are two types of Xenon gyrocopters currently available for purchase-- the Xenon IV and the Xenon XL The Xenon IV Gyroplane The Xenon IV is a two person, side-by-side gyroplane and follows on as a significant advancement on the previous three versions, meaning you're getting an aircraft that's been around for a while, but has also been able to take advantage of the latest innovations in the design of the latest version. There are three versions of the Xenon IV available - ranging from the basic model, the Xenon IV Sport through to the more expensive Xenon IV Executive and the top of the line Xenon IV Stradivarius. The Xenon XL The XL is the three-seat gyroplane from Xenon, and features the pilots seat at the front, with the two passenger seats situated behind the pilot off the right and left hand shoulders. This design allows it to remain extremely streamlined and maintain a high performance level while carrying the additional weight of a third passenger. It also features an 84L fuel tank and a cruise speed of around 150kph so you still get a range comparable to other two seat gyroplanes. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: XENON gyrocopters, Xenon IV Sport, Xenon IV Executive, Xenon IV Stradivarius, Xenon, xenon gyrocopter, xenon gyrocopter for sale, xenon gyrocopter for sale usa, xenon gyrocopter price, xenon gyrocopter specifications, xenon gyrocopter performance, xenon gyrocopter cost, xenon gyrocopter usa, Xenon Gyro, Gyroplane Xenon, http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com - XENON gyrocopters, Xenon IV Sport, Xenon IV Executive, Xenon IV Stradivarius.
Excalibur Aircraft, affordable, tandem two seat experimental aircraft kit.
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com – Excalibur Aircraft, affordable, tandem two seat experimental aircraft kit. The Excalibur is an American made two seat, tandem seating experimental aircraft. Power is supplied by the Hirth two stroke line of engines. It is also available in four stroke versions powered by the HKS and Jabiru. The Excalibur is a high wing, strut braced, pusher configuration. In the U.S. the craft is available as an amateurbuilt kit, while in Canada it is available as an Advanced or Basic ultralight as well as an amateurbuilt aircraft. In Europe it qualifies under the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale microlight rules. Please subscribe to our You Tube Channel and give us a thumbs up rating! http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.ultralightflyer.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: Excalibur Aircraft, Excalibur homebuilt aircraft, excalibur aircraft for sale, excalibur aircraft review, excalibur aircraft videos, excalibur aircraft youtube, excalibur aircraft specs, excalibur aircraft free dvd for customers, excalibur aircraft forum, experimental aircraft, excalibur aircraft fabric, Excalibur light sport aircraft, fixed wing aircraft, http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Excalibur Aircraft, affordable, tandem two seat experimental aircraft kit. https://youtu.be/jrzZGFgp1KY
Mosquito ultralight helicopter, Mosquito XE single seat ultralight helicopter, E.A.A. Sun-N-Fun 2013
 
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http://www.ultralightflyer.com - Video: While at the E.A.A. Sun-N-Fun convention Dan Johnson talks to Kerry Kerwin a Mosquito XE ultralight helicpter owner and pilot about the Mosquito XE single seat ultralight helicpter. The Mosquito helicopter is offered in various configuration, a wide open model, the XE enclosed model, a float version, as well as various experimental versions which do not fit into the ultralight vehicle category. Help support The Ultralight Flyer light sport and ultralight flying video magazine by subscribing or donating to the cause at http://www.ultralightflyer.com
Jabiru Aircraft, Jabiru J230 SP light sport aircraft from U.S. Jabiru in Shelbyville, Tennessee USA.
 
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Jabiru J230 SP - http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com - Dan Johnson gives us a quick look at the Jabiru J230 SP, light sport aircraft from during the E.A.A. Sport Aviation Convention in Lakeland Florida Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing or donating to the cause at http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Jabiru USA builds the spacious and speedy J-230 plus the training-optimized J-170, each certified as Special LSA. The Tennessee-based company also imports and services the popular Jabiru engine line. Jabiru is a rarity in the aviation world. This Australian brand builds both the airframe and the engine. I'm unaware of any other airplane company -- no matter how large -- able to accomplish this feat. Hundreds of airframes and thousands of Jabiru engines prove the success of this company with the "funny sounding name" (pronounced "JAB-eh-roo"). Jabiru USA In the USA, the brand's largest representative is the Jabiru USA enterprise. Formerly based near EAA headquarters in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Jabiru boss Pete Krotje moved his company to the more climate-friendly Shelbyville, Tennessee. At this location, Jabiru USA has established production, using Australian-fabricated components, for the J-250, J-230, and J-170 each of which won Special Light-Sport Aircraft certification. The company also sells and services the Jabiru engine from their Tennessee base. The larger J-250 and newer J-230 derive from the four seat kit-built Jabiru so, while having only two seats according to LSA rules, J-250/230 offer the largest cabin in the fleet with a separate third door to access the cavernous baggage area. This is also a speedy design that can reach the maximum cruise of 120 knots powered by the six-cylinder, 120-hp Jabiru 3300 engine. The J-170 is based on the two-seat kit Jabiru and is aimed at flight schools with its highly economical operation from the smaller four-cylinder, 80-hp Jabiru 2200 engine. Jabiru USA Jabiru USA Web Site: www.usjabiru.com eMail: [email protected] Address: 2842 Highway 231 North City: Shelbyville, TN 37160 USA Phone: (800) 522-4781 (931) 680-2800 Fax: (931) 680-1817 Related Search terms. experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes, sport aircraft, light sport planes, http://youtu.be/CEgrQaL_ih4
Aeromomentum Suzuki AM1500, 100 and 117 HP Suzuki aircraft engine conversions.
 
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http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com – Aeromomentum Suzuki AM1500, 100 and 117 HP aircraft engine conversions. Aeromomentum Suzuki AM1500 Features The Aeromomentum line of engines use 4 inline cylinders, precision cast aluminum block and head, steel cylinder sleeves, 4 valves per cylinder, single overhead cam, toothed belt cam drive, fixed valve timing, plenum tuned intake system, tuned tubular exhaust system, 2.5:1 ratio PSRU, direct crank driven gerotor (trochoid) oil pump, solid cast steel crank, forged connecting rods, Bosch FEDEC engine control system, dual coil ignition, sequential fuel injection, knock sensor, light weight 40 amp alternator, optional 70 amp alternator, hemispherical combustion chamber, The Aeromomentum PSRU uses an all gear design with the same TBO as our engines. The only service is periodic oil changes, no belts or other expendables. Our case in CNC machined from aerospace aluminum alloy billet. The gears and shafts are forged and finished to AGMA aerospace standards. Coupling the engine to the gear box is German made Guibo rubber dampening donut that also is designed to last to TBO. The PSRU is designed for 4 cylinder engines up to 210 hp and utilizes oversize gears and oversize bearings for extreme durability and reliability. The propeller shaft is hollow allowing for mechanical propeller pitch adjustment. The hub is drilled for standard Rotax, high power Rotax and optional SAE 1 propellers. Aeromomentum Suzuki AM1500 Performance Both the AM13 and AM15 are designed to be class leaders when it comes to performance, especially in power to weight and fuel consumption. Some of the AM advantage is due to it's light weight and high power but some is also due to the phenomenal 0.39 lb/hp/hr specific fuel consumption. Fuel adds weight and if you burn more fuel you need to carry more fuel. The AM engines save about 0.7 gal/hr over the Rotax 912 and this is 2.8 lbs/hr. Even with a short 2 hour trip this fuel advantage of the AM engines more than make up for the slight weight advantage of the Rotax 912. Aeromomentum Suzuki AM1500 Reliability The Aeromomentum engines might be new to the light aircraft market but these engines have been used in boats and airboats since 2008 with hundreds installed. These boats have been delivered all over the world including the US, China, Brazil, Russia, Pakistan, Australia, South Africa and many other countries. Many are used for tour and rental operations that use them hard and cannot tolerate down time. http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: experimental aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, homebuilt aircraft, homebuilt aircraft kits, home built aircraft, homebuilt aircraft plans, sport aircraft, light sport aircraft, light sport aircraft kits, light sport aircraft for sale, light sport aircraft manufacturers, sport planes,sport aircraft, light sport planes, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: aeromomentum,aeromomentum aircraft engine,aeromomentum am1500,suzuki aircraft engine,Suzuki am1500 aircraft engine conversion,aircraft engine,aircraft engine types,aircraft engine manufacturers,aircraft engine for sale,aircraft components,aircraft engine parts suppliers,aircraft engines,airplane engine,aeronautical engines,aircraft engine airboat,small aircraft engines,piston engine aircraft,aero engines for sale,aeroplane engines, http://www.lightsportaircraftpilot.com - Aeromomentum Suzuki AM1500 100 and 117 HP aircraft engine conversions. http://youtu.be/J-YhBaEiWDY
Storch, Criquet Storch lightsport aircraft, experimental amateurbuilt light sport aircraft.
 
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Dan Johnson and The Lightsport & Ultralight Flyer talk to Dennis Carley about his Criquet Storch WWII replica lightsport aircraft at the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo in Sebring Florida.
VANS RV 12 light sport aircraft review by Dan Johnson - Part II
 
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http://www.mountvernonaviationexpo.com – Part 1 https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=apaiiPBLXYA VANS RV 12 light sport aircraft review part II by Dan Johnson. While at the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo in Sebring Florida Dan Johnson flies the VANS RV12 lightsport aircraft. Once back down on the ground he gives us a review of the aircraft's performance, handling, construction, and costs. The RV 12 can be built from kit with the average builder taking about 800 hours to complete. To fly it with a lightsport aircraft license the plane must meet the FAA definition of a light sport aircraft which limits aircraft to two seats, less than 1,320 pounds, a top speed of less than 120 knots (138 mph) indicated airspeed and fixed landing gear. When completed the builder will have spent about $65,000 U.S. Currently there are over 350 RV 12’s flying that have been built from kit and another 50 or so that have been delivered to customers ready to fly. (VAN’s Aircraft has produced over 8,000 kits!) http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Video and Audio content is Copyright © Sport Aviation Magazine. This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Help support Sport Aviation Magazine by subscribing to our PAID subscription video magazine at http://www.sportaviationmagazine.com Thank You for your continued support! RELATED SEARCH TERMS: RV 12 sport aircraft,RV 12 light sport aircraft,RV 12 light sport aircraft kits,RV 12 light sport aircraft for sale,RV 12 light sport aircraft manufacturers,RV 12 sport planes,RV 12 sport aircraft,RV 12 light sport planes, RV 12 sport aircraft,RV 12 light sport aircraft,RV 12 light sport aircraft kits, Light-sport Aircraft (Aircraft Type), Flying (Magazine), TAGS: RV-12, RV12, Van's Aircraft RV-12 (Aircraft Model), Van's RV12, Van's RV12, VANS RV-12, VANS rv12, rv 12, rv 12 for sale, rv 12 aircraft, Van's Aircraft (Business Operation), Vans RV12 experimental amateurbuilt aircraft video, Vans RV12 experimental aircraft, Vans RV12 homebuilt aircraft kits, Vans RV12 home built aircraft, Vans RV12 light sport aircraft kits, Vans RV12 sport aircraft http://www.lightsportaircraftpilot.com - RV 12, VANS RV-12 lightsport aircraft pilot report, aircraft review part II. http://youtu.be/Q5TWZk-YRGo

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