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Welcome to the ZenithOwner.com Website!
goal here is to promote quality building practices
and fun in flying your Zenith airplane kit. Please
join us on our forums and create a username and
password and start participating. Everything on this
website is free so enjoy!
Drink coffee? Here's two cool new mugs available on my Zazzle.com store. The first one is a top view of the Zenith Cruzer with the saying "build something fun!". The second one has the same Cruzer top view image with the ZenithOwner.com website. Click to order. Thank you!!!
New From MGL Avionics
Avionics is proud to announce the Vega Series of
2 1/4" Singles for Experimental and Light-Sport
The Vega range consists of twelve 2 1/4" color display aviation instruments. Using a high-resolution backlit color graphics display, these instruments provide excellent daylight readability, even in direct sunlight. Each instrument includes a rotary control plus 2 independent keys for easy menu navigation and to access specific instrument features. The Vega range has a wide supply voltage range of 8 to 30 VDC with built in reverse and over voltage protection. All Vega instruments that have engine monitoring functions have the ability to interface to an MGL Avionics RDAC unit.
The full range consists of AHRS units, Altimeters with VSIs, Airspeed Indicators, Temperature Monitors, Fuel Computers, RPM Indicators and Manifold Pressure Indicators. Each instrument has multiple display and customization options - typical with what you would expect from MGL Avionics.
For more information, please visit: http://www.mglavionics.com/html/vega_color_singles.html
KITPLANES Features Zenith Aircraft
Zenith Aircraft reaches "A Quarter Century of Excellence" as featured in KITPLANES magazine. Go Zenith!
In the November issue is a feature article about Zenith Aircraft and their 25 years of designing and selling aircraft kits.
I'm about to sit down with a nice cup of hot chocolate in my Zenith Cruzer mug, and enjoy a good read.
The article gives a short but interesting history of how Zenith "came to be" in the Mexico, MO area which I found to be interesting. Did you know that the factory is 18,000 sq. feet? Wow that's huge. For this article, LeRoy Cook visited the factory, snapped some amazing photos of all of Zenith's airplanes, and took a ride with Roger in the Cruzer and wrote a nice but short flight report.
Folks if you have been thinking of building a Zenith airplane, just jump in and do it! I'm currently building a Cruzer and it is such an enjoyable project. As with any airplane, there are challenges that keep your mind occupied for days and the feeling of accomplishment you get when it all 'clicks' and a solution pops into your head is simply amazing. Your airplane building journey will be the most rewarding project of your life! I'm so excited to fly my Cruzer soon.
Keith Crawford's facebook blog for his Cruzer build has been added to the Builder's List page. A direct link is here.
Please welcome MWfly Aeropower to our website and community. METALWORK was founded in 1994 by Guido Fantini and Stefano Marella-both graduates of the Milan Politecnico in Aerospace Engineering. The goal of the company was to produce an engine for the L.S.A. (Light Sport Aviation) market.
, MWfly started
manufacturing and selling the B22 MWfly engine and
at the same time MWfly was founded. The development
of the engine, however, did not end in 2011. With
feedback from users
and the market, the engine is improved in all areas,
further improving reliability and performance. In
on the request of a Russian client, we started the
development of the
that has quickly become our best-
To date more than 100 engines have been produced, 10 have been used for R&D and marketing activities the rest have been sold.
Please visit their website by clicking on the ad on the right, or directly by clicking here: www.mwflyna.com
For lots of photos of installed engines, visit this page of their website.
Dr. Fred Williams has provided us some very detailed photos of the factory Cruzer. There's lots of photos of just about every area of the Cruzer. Click here to see all the photos!
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