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Hi... This is new to the states... Has what i'm looking for, all aluminum, folding wings, tricycle, They offer a builder assist program or 300 hours build time. Anybody look at this airplane and have a strong opion either for or against it? thanks
 

TuweetyBird

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No opinion, but there appears to be some interesting design modifications from Zenith CH701 lineage. Almost a 701 "Cruzer" with (maybe) actual folding wings, some different materials (arguably better), perhaps some mechano-aero refinements (aileron/flap/tail design). I would like to know more too. Thanks for posting.
 

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Hi... This is new to the states... Has what i'm looking for, all aluminum, folding wings, tricycle, They offer a builder assist program or 300 hours build time. Anybody look at this airplane and have a strong opion either for or against it? thanks
Link? Picture?
 

PagoBay

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I like the all metal design plus folding wing arrangement. Kind of a Zenith Cruzer w/ Kitfox folding wing combination.

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G1 STOL ADVANCED KIT – US $35,950* Fuselage, wings, spoilers, flaps, ailerons, rudder and empennage all assembled
 

rbarnes

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The CH750 will fold the wings, but takes two people and wasn't designed from the get-go to do it. You can build the CH750 in 300-400 hours
The Kitfox has some of the best one person folding wings I've seen. Build time is a little longer than the Zenith. and the cabin is much smaller.




Looks awfully Zenith CH-750/801-ish.
Has more in common with the Savannah than the 701.
 
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