December 2013

Experimenter is a magazine created by EAA for people who build airplanes. We will report on amateur-built aircraft as well as ultralights and other light aircraft.

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CH 750/N750 PW RV-12 N328KL Larry Oswell, EAA 530393, of St. Cloud, MN, took 2.5 years to build this CH 750 that's powered by a 100-hp Continental engine. He completed it in October 2012 and has logged 85 hours in it. Kyle and Don Lewis, EAA 1007644 and EAA 663812, of Jackson, Ohio, took two years to build this RV-12. It's powered by Rotax 912ULS. They completed it in July 2012 and they've flown it for 55 hours. RV-12, N112KK RV-7A/N567PK Kim Kusch, EAA 178056, of Lennox, South Dakota, completed this RV-12 in June 2013 after three years of construction. He's logged 18 hours in it. Paul Kovalak, EAA 741522, Comstock Park, Michigan, spent six years building this RV-7A. He's logged 45 hours in it. It's powered by an ECI IO-360 engine. Pipistrel Sinus 912/N54PK Harmon Rocket II Paul Kuntz, EAA 79169, Sequim, Washington, completed this Pipistrel Sinus in November 2012, after five years of construction time. It's powered by an 80-hp Rotax 912, and Paul has logged 70 hours in it. Ryan Berndure, EAA 341735, of Brighton, Colorado, built this 250-hp IO540-EB5 powered Harmon Rocket over a four-year period. He completed it in November 2012 and has logged 50 hours in it. EAA Experimenter 33

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