STOL CH 701 Sport Utility Kit Aircraft

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Don Thomas (Harsens Island, Michigan):

"The plane was built between January 19th and June 19th. Some work was done on it most every day. It's been an interesting project and learning to fly it has been interesting too. Roger was a big help. Thanks for your help."

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dabusmith4.jpg (104484 bytes) A man, his dog, and his airplane.

The India air cadets use the STOL CH 701 as a primary trainer on dirt landing fields.

ch701-poland2.jpg (70356 bytes) A Polish STOL CH701 (believed to be a near-exact copy)
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701fl-1.jpg (140969 bytes) STOL CH 701 on Amphib Floats (Florida)
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reuschle1.jpg (58243 bytes) Jeff Reuschle's STOL CH 701 (Snellville, Georgia):
"I completed my 701 and had it signed off the day after I got my private license. That was 10 days ago and I have 14.8 hours flown off of my 40 hours...It is powered by a Rotax 912ULS engine and it is a joy to fly. It cruises at 80 mph at 5000 rpm.  Thanks to Roger & Nick and others who helped along the way. Thanks to Chris for his excellent design and for his help with some questions I had. I sure had fun working on this plane!"
Flying the STOL CH 701:
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fixed leading edge wing slat.
m-sinclair3.jpg (62126 bytes) A taildragger STOL CH 701.
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lmartin-dash.jpg (62085 bytes) An innovative custom panel
instrument-panel.jpg (63468 bytes) A simple yet complete custom panel

Alvin Rose's STOL CH 701 Alvin Rose's STOL CH 701 (Newfoundland, Canada):

"The aircraft flies like a dream... Short field takeoff and landings are amazing using the 100-hp Rotax 912 uls engine. Thanks for a fine aircraft"

Alvin Rose's STOL CH 701

landa.jpg (8212 bytes) Notice the dual landing lights (automotive fog lights).
Robert K.'s STOL CH 701 (Montague, Calif.):

"First flight was on March 4th.  It flew straight and level and the Rotax engine performed perfectly.  The STOL CH 701 was airborne in 80 feet. Top speed is 105 mph and cruise is 90 mph.  Stall is 28 mph and I land at 25 mph.  On the fuselage is an aboriginal art rendering of an Australian Go-Anna.
"Thanks to Nicholas at Zenith for his assistance and to Chris Heintz for a great design... and a special thanks to Jean, my wife, for her patience and assistance..."

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EAA Experimenter magazine


Note: Many of these images show customer-built aircraft, some of which have been modified without the designer's specific approval. Modifications will affect the specifications and performance of the aircraft.


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