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Vic Zubot

Vic Zubot

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Hi! I have joined this forum a while ago but havn't introduced myself yet. I am fifty six years old and have been flying for about twenty six years or so. I live in Sask. Canada. I own a cessna 150L and have been flying it for over twenty years. I started my Skybolt "S" in 1991 and I am still working on it off and on. I have approx. 3500 hours in it now. I am trying to build it as light as I can and installing an IO 360 A1B engine with a 76/58 wood prop and an inverted oil system. I am going with some suggestons from Hale Wallace like a wing walk on one side only, No floor boards, Light weight alt. and starter, one bay back with aluminium, minimum instruments, PC 680 odyssey battery, GOS locking tail wheel. I am also using round slave struts and tail brace wires instead of streamlined to get away from vibration problems. I am installing the S.A.L. canopy and later will add the convertable option to open cockpit.
 

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