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    The FAA Registry Database shows 93 Sport Cubs. Remarkably spread over 34 states. And only 8 states have more than 3 planes. I know that I look to this community for information and I think this sub-forum is perfect for that. As a recent owner (N998SC in June 2018) I have lots of questions and was hoping to find some "buddies" nearby, but alas, only me in PA and only one in MD.

    Any suggestions on how to get more participation in the forum here???


    Here is a link to the registry by state:

    https://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinq...1-100&PageNo=1
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    Default Re: CC11-100 "Community"

    http://https://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/AcftRef_Results.aspx?Mfrtxt=CUBCRAFTERS+&Modeltxt= CC11-160&PageNo=1

    There are 294 CC11-160 planes in the FAA registry. Only one each in PA and Maryland although some Delaware planes may be domiciled in PA or MD. And, I am guessing there are "kit" planes that are not in the CC11-100 or -160 database.
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    Default Re: CC11-100 "Community"

    Many thanks to Scott and Kim Huntington (N536CS..2007 CubCrafters CC11-100 "Sierra" 2008 CubCrafters CC11-100 "Priscilla"), Chip Allen, and Pete Meyer N867SP (N9PW) that have been very helpful to me. Jon Delamarter and Don Yarbrough at Cubcrafters have also been valuable sources of info.

    Former owners of my plane Richard Reilly and Drew (Elliot's Dad) Seguin provided lots of info too.

    Still useful to have "go to" people with similar equipment.


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    I knew there was another Sport Cub in Central PA (Registered in Del). Looks like he had a bad day. Hope the plane gets repaired and back flying again.

    http://www.kathrynsreport.com/2019/1...2-2019-at.html

    My first tail wheel training was in a J3 at this Reigle Field. I remember tricky turbulence there for whatever reason. I think there was a 90 degree gusty crosswind. I was flying at another airport a few miles away and the news flash and picture of a yellow cub down freaked out my wife!

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    Default Re: CC11-100 "Community"

    I keep one outside Wilmington, NC and will soon have it hangered in southern VA
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    Default Re: CC11-100 "Community"

    Quote Originally Posted by Robbymc View Post
    I keep one outside Wilmington, NC and will soon have it hangered in souther VA
    Please stay in touch and share or seek info whenever you think it appropriate in these forums.

    These are really great airplanes, but they are different from a SuperCub, PA11 or a J3. And, the S-LSA and E-LSA world is "different".

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    Default Re: CC11-100 "Community"

    I sure will! Mine was re certified E-lsa at the factory some years ago before me. I am the 4th owner of serial #4

    Robby

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbymc View Post
    I sure will! Mine was re certified E-lsa at the factory some years ago before me. I am the 4th owner of serial #4

    Robby
    I think there is a CFI Flight School with two Sport Cubs not far from you. I have been thinking about visiting them for a flight review.

    https://www.southoaksaerodrome.org/

    The blue one 743CC used to be at Salt Air in NC. I think it is advantageous to get instruction from people familiar with your "type". As far as I know, maybe only flight school in East using Sport Cubs and teaching STOL. I think it is good to geet training in the plane "type" you fly by CFI's that are familiar with the Sport Cub. I took instruction from Dana Holladay in Jacksonville, FL in their Sport Cub---it was excellent.

    http://www.holladayaviation.com/tailwheel-training/
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    Charles Lewis is the owner / CFI at South Oaks Aerodrome in NC. He is a really good friend and a member of our "community". If you will look us up at www.swtaviation.com and subscribe to our newsletter, (or send me an e-mail), we'll keep you posted on our fly-in schedule for 2020. Thank you for your continued interest and have a great afternoon!!

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