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skip rhudy and his ch750 plans

I The Zenith CH750 plans arrived Nov 27th. It was cold and rainy outside but these plans were like gleaming beams that dazzled my world. I got ridiculously excited and thumbed through them repeatedly. It would be work. A lot of work. A change comes over you. Organization was required. More than I had mustered […]

corvair air fuel gauge

William Wynne talks up the merits of using a high quality air fuel ratio gauge for engine management / monitoring: Air Fuel Ratio Gauge

corvair maintenance operations and procedures

You can always go hunt down a Corvair core motor, scavenge the internet for information, tear down your core and find parts that you think will work for you. Put it all together according to the best information you can find for free — and then you can figure out some kind of firewall forward […]

nas3 not for corvair anymore

William Wynne has produced a great new reference page for Corvair flight engine carbs moving forward. While the Stromberg NAS3 used to be desirable for use on Corvair powered planes (and still may be fine for certain older installations), rebuild problems and parts issues have caused recommendations to change. Manage your risk. Read this: 2020 […]

There is really only one way to get finished: Make a plan and execute. Turn the TV off, go to the shop. Learn, build, fly: Thought for the Day: Your 2020 Aviation Ambitions

Good friends come to help out. There’s a necessary spirit of this in homebuilding in general. I think some people have paid into the system and it’s time they reap some of that back. This is a good example of that principle well applied: New Hangar Roof — The great fortune of good friends