The STOL CH750 Super Duty Aircraft is the Big Daddy of them all.
Three seats and a huge carrying capacity are what really sets this aircraft apart from the standard CH750 STOL.
If you are planning on an extended tour of the Australian continent then this may well be what you need. The third seat is easily reconfigured for more cargo or even fuel if you desire.
The STOL CH750 Super Duty Aircraft is so customizable – you can build it with two or three seats. Perhaps you would prefer to carry loads of cargo – swap out the back seat with a storage area and add a belly pod. Maybe coastal flying is more your thing? I can also supply you with straight or amphibious floats. There are so many things you can do with this airframe.
Check out this customer version that has been built and flown by Viking Aircraft Engines to prove their powerplant of choice – the original turbo-charged Viking 195 HP Turbo with a very sexy 5-blade carbon propeller. We now ship the CH750 Super Duty with the powerful Viking 195 Turbo engine as the primary option. You’ve come this far, may as well go all the way – upgrade the standard Viking 195 Turbo engine package to include the mighty new Viking Inflight adjustable Propeller (VIP, because you have to make the acronym fit!). A Constant Speed or In-Flight Adjustable 5 blade propeller is a real performance boost for all phases of flight.
The Viking aircraft went with the very open feel of the Un-Panel option – but standard panels are also available if you prefer conventional glass or steam gauges. The other options that you can see presented in this video are the Tundra Tires (ours are a little different to these ones), Lemke Upholstery (custom order – I can look after that for you), belly pod and the Viking Tatanka 4-point harness.
Being the latest model in the Zenair lineup, it is also the most comprehensively prepared for assembly. That means more final match hole sized parts! Check out this great video series of an experienced builder as he assembles his new 750 Super Duty STOL aircraft. These video links are real customers that have produced candid videos about their experiences with the kit. Of course, I can also introduce you to Australian customers that are operating Viking engines and Zenith kit aircraft.
On a final note – I have now personally assembled a Super Duty and I can confirm that this really is best described as an assembly process. Your Super Duty will go together about as fast as you can squeeze a rivet. This kit is the pinnacle of metal kit aircraft for options, ease of constructions and choice of configuration (panels/engines/upholstery/controls etc.).