LSA Champ for sale

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LSA Champ for sale

Post by pmanton » Tue Sep 29, 2015 11:43

85 HP LSA Champ for sale
1946 7AC/BCM Aeronca Champ. An extensive IRAN has just been completed. 2 new wings installed. 6 gal. auxiliary tank in left wing. Everything in the wings are new—spars, ribs, drag wires, trailing edges, leading edges, wing tips, bearings, etc. All control surfaces recovered with Poly Fiber. The airframe is straight, clean and rust free. A new Cee Bailey windshield was installed. No Bounce landing gear has been inspected in excellent condition. New 600-6 tires and tubes are installed and 700-6 tires and tubes approved via field approval go with plane. Cleveland hydraulic disc brakes are installed via field approval. Auto fuel STC. Engine is a C-85-12. A SkyTec starter is installed with a jump start unit used for starting. 1331. TSMOH 260 since top OH. Mags overhauled. Carb IRAN by DG Supply. Compressions are 76-74-76-74 with excellent oil pressure. A handheld radio with outside antenna and intercom are powered by the jump start unit. Fresh annual is included with sale. This airplane flies straight. Weight is #874 with #426 useful load. $22,000. Aircraft is located in Salome, AZ . Cell 253 380 3943 or N2273H @ hotmail.com

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Post by DELCOM » Tue Sep 29, 2015 13:38

What does IRAN mean?
N84029 7AC conv. #2716 Completed and flying
N83059 7BCM #1715 fully restored and sold

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Post by Paul Agaliotis » Tue Sep 29, 2015 13:46

Inspect Repair as Necessary
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Post by rkittine » Tue Sep 29, 2015 14:24

Was the MGW ever increased to 1,350 after the No Bounce Gear was installed?

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Post by Paul Agaliotis » Tue Sep 29, 2015 14:44

Bob,
The weights that are listed show it at 1300#
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SOLD

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SOLD

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SOLD
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Post by hangerash » Tue Mar 22, 2016 04:43

You can't as far as I have been able to determine. I have had it happen because I hit the submit button and instead of waiting, I thought it didn't take and I clicked it again and sometimes again. I usually watch the twirling circle in the open tab to know I'm waiting on the server to catch up and refresh my page.

Good to hear you sold your Champ. Sad to hear you sold your Champ. Who is the new owner(s)?
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Post by williamc » Tue Mar 22, 2016 22:57

I'm restoring an L-16A and installing a C85-12F. I would like to know more about the starter/ jump start system used on this champ. Right now I have the gen and starter holes capped because it was going to be such a pain to install an electrical system with all the cost and paper work. Thanks for the help.
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Post by MikeB » Thu Mar 24, 2016 17:17

Bill,
For whatever it's worth, I used the Sky-Tec (short) starter and have approval to use the B & C 12 amp alternator on a 337. Mine happened to have the short mount but if you have the long mount there's plenty of room as the old Delco starter and generator was much longer. I have a 25 amp Concord battery mounted behind the rear seat or the same location as the 7EC which is what I used for my model when I filed the paperwork. Cost (of course) is another consideration :( .

Mike

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Post by williamc » Thu Mar 24, 2016 22:31

Hi Mike,
Thanks for the info. Right now i'm so deep in cost I need to cut out some extra stuff. Just installing a short starter with a temporary battery seemed appealing. Richard helped me to find the original owner and he explained that the starter and push switch wiring is by STC and the battery can be easily removed. I'm several months away from assembly so right now i'm just gathering information. Blue skys and safe flying to you and the Aeronca guys.
Bill
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Post by MikeB » Sun Mar 27, 2016 10:39

Bill,
Understood regarding the cost. I've come to the conclusion that whatever you figure it's going to cost: double it and same for the time involved. At least my last two came out like that.
Mike

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