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Zenair STOL CH 801 sport utility airplane model

A nice walkaround the roomy four-seat utilty STOL CH801 "sport utility" bushplane from Zenith Aircraft Company as seen at Lakeland Sun-n-Fun fly-in 2010. Notice the belly cargo pod on this airplane, powered by a Lycoming IO-360 engine.


 


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The Beast - NASCAR powered Zenith CH801
As an icon of STOL performance in the Experimental/Amateur-built world, the Zenith CH series have few rivals, but coupled with a NASCAR technology Ford V8, this particular CH801 truly becomes a beast of a flying machine. Join me as I talk to builder and pilot Ben Haas, and take a demo flight around the Jackson Hole, Wyoming area. Read the full article about this Featured Bushplane here: http://www.backcountrypilot.org/features/category/featured-bush-planes/the- beast-zenith-ch801 Update: After many requests, we've released the much sought-after audio of the takeoff, unobscured by music, revealing an amazing high-fidelity capture of the engine at 70% power: https://soundcloud.com/tripslip38/high-fidelity-sounds-of-takeoff





STOL CH 801 aircraft agricultural crop duster
Custom Zenair CH801 agricultural crop spray airplane in Kazakhstan. This airplane is based on the STOL CH 801 four-seat sport utility kit plane from Zenith Aircraft Company: http://www.zenithair.com/stolch801/index1.html





Short Take-Off and Landing Competition at the Zenith Open Hangar Day Fly-In 2014
Here's a summary of our first ever STOL (short takeoff and landing) competition at the 2014 Zenith Aircraft Open Hangar Day and Fly-In on September 19 & 20, 2014 at the Zenith factory. Winning performance by Jan Eggenfellner flying a Zenith STOL CH 750 powered by a Viking 110 engine. His take off measured 109 feet, and his precision landing measured 110 feet for a combined winning score of 219 feet. The EAA staff-built STOL CH 750 plane (powered by an O-200 and piloted by Tracy Buttles was airborne in 121 feet, and Roger Dubbert's take-off roll measured 116-feet in his STOL CH 701 (powered by a Rotax 912 ULS). This was our first short take-off and short landing (precision) competition and demonstration, held on Friday afternoon. What fun we all had! This was a very informal "competition" to encourage all Zenith owners to participate! This event was sponsored and coordinated by American Light Sport Aircrafters. Video of the Zenith Aircraft Open Hangar Day and Fly-In: http://youtu.be/zRiXXN7IlIY More photos of the Zenith Aircraft Open Hangar Day and Fly-In: http://j.mp/oh-2014-pics Zenith Aircraft Company: http://www.zenithair.com (Photos and video footage from Dayton Shephard, Notley Hawkins, Charlie Becker, Zenith Aircraft, and others. Thanks!)





Sport Pilot Flies the Zenith STOL CH 750 Light Sport Utility Plane
Flying Zenith Aircraft's new demo STOL CH750 light sport utility kit plane from a grass strip (off airport). This Zenair CH 750 is equipped with the Dynon SkyView D1000 Integrated Glass Panel System (with GPS and autopilot). This STOL CH 750 is powered by the Jabiru 3300 engine, cruising at 100+ mph with a take-off roll under 100 ft. FMI: http://www.zenithair.com/stolch750/





Folding Wings Option for storage and trailering: Zenith STOL CH 750 light sport utility kit plane
Folding Wings for storage and trailering, as demonstrated on the Zenair CH750 prototype test plane. Though not developed for folding between every flight, the folding wing option allows for easier storage or trailering. Note that the standard wings are easy to remove (and that an all-metal airplane like the CH 750 is ideally suited for continuous outdoor tie-down). The wing folds (hinges) back for low-volume storage. Airplane details: http://www.zenithair.com





Zenair STOL CH 801 sport utility airplane 7
Zenair STOL CH801 sport utility bush plane: Easy-to-build four seat kit plane with amazing short take-off and landing capability http://www.zenair.com





STOL CH 701 and STOL CH 801 Sky Jeeps
I-Tec's STOL CH 701 light sport utility Sky Jeep and the four-seat STOL CH 801 utility plane with a big belly cargo pod and beautiful leather interior.





Amazing turbine STOL homebuilt airplane
This is Scott Ehni's custom Zenith CH701 airplane (that he scratch-built from plans) powered by the lightweight Garrett JFS 100-13A turboshaft engine, putting out at least 90 BHP at a prop speed of 3,100 rpm, burning about 12 gph. The small APU will work on almost any liquid that will burn. The best off-airport fuel choice is a mix of diesel and unleaded regular gas as it burns a bit cleaner. Awesome turbine jet engine sound on the experimental aircraft! Details on this custom engine installation: http://www.zenithair.com/misc/turbine-power.html Details on the Zenith STOL CH 701 plane: http://www.zenithair.com





STOL CH801 Short Take Off, 4 Seat version of CH701
First flights of our just finished Zentih STOL CH801. Built By Dad, age 35 and four sons 6,8,11,and 12 for mom and wife who recently got her pilots licence. Plane was NOT a quickbuild kit but we did finish it quickly, 8 months, including paint and interior.





Airspeeds - Flying the Zenith STOL CH 750 powered by the Jabiru 3300
Here we have a good look at the Dynon D180 panel as we fly the CH750 light sport utility kitplane around the patch a few times. Notice the slow flight and cruise (with the fat tires and bubble doors).





Bigger and Better: 2012 Zenith STOL CH 750 - flight demo
We've made the Zenith STOL CH 750 light sport utility kit aircraft even bigger and better! The STOL CH 750 cabin, which by all measures is already very roomy for a light aircraft, has been increased in size by raising the cabin height by nearly three inches (or 70 mm.) The top front of the cabin (the ceiling) has been raised and is now part of the lifting surface of the aircraft (further adding to the STOL capability of the aircraft). The cabin frame's top diagonal cross member has been replaced by two beefy smaller diagonal "hand-holds" by the front of the cabin, and the formed plexiglass top window adds to the lifting surfaces of the aircraft, to provide better STOL performance and capability. STOL CH 750 info: http://www.zenithair.com/stolch750/ Details on new cabin: http://bit.ly/HjPgEG





Flying the STOL CH 701 on Zenair amphibious floats
Flying the Zenith STOL CH701 kit plane on Zenair amphibious floats in the Caribbean!





Short field Take Off, Turbo Zenith 801
Now that we finally got the fuel flows right this is our shortest take offs yet. We still have not had a chance to get down anywhere near sea level altitudes to see how she does in some thick air.





Zenair STOL CH 801 Sport Utility Aircraft
Learning to fly the four-seat utility Zenith STOL CH 801 Sky Jeep. Practising short take-offs and steep approaches at gross weight (2200+ pounds) with this custom-built Zenair powered by a Subaru automotive conversion. Amazing capabilities! The all-metal STOL CH 801 features fixed wing leading edge slats. http://www.zenair.com





Short take-off and slow landing in the STOL CH 750 light sport utility plane
Here we demonstrate a short takeoff with the Zenith STOL CH750, powered by the Jabiru 3300 engine. Today's conditions: Density alt. 1950 ft.; wind about 8 mph; pilot and fuel weight: near 300 lbs. FMI: http://www.zenithair.com





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