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    Default FX3 SN 0052 Certified

    My 3rd. Carbon Cub, this one an FX3, is not 100% complete yet but as of yesterday it is certified. Now off to get some IFR equipment and 40 hours flown off. If your on the fence as to wether or not to pull the trigger on a Carbon Cub Iíll be happy to share all three buying experiences and two selling experiences. All very positive!

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    Well I got to talk in depth to two potential Cub buyers. They couldnít raise a single objection that I couldít address to their satisfaction, Honestly, I think both are EX buyers.

    David Morris
    Carbon Cub x 3

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    Default Re: FX3 SN 0052 Certified

    I'm going to have to put you on the payroll!!! Thanks for the compliments!!
    Chip Allen
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    Default Re: FX3 SN 0052 Certified

    I am new to kit airplanes and just getting rolling on a build.
    What were the steps required to certify your airplane?

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    Default Re: FX3 SN 0052 Certified

    Steve,
    as you approach the end of your build, Mitch will help you with all the paperwork needed to file with the FAA to get your plane ready for the final DAR inspection, and ultimate certification and registration with the FAA.

    Rick


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    Default Re: FX3 SN 0052 Certified

    Look at post #125 here on page 4 of my thread for some insight:

    http://forum.cubcrafters.com/showthr...mp-Hints/page4

    Also check out post #111 here

    http://forum.cubcrafters.com/showthr...mp-Hints/page5

    EAA has a kit you can purchase that has complete instructions along with all the required forms for getting our homebuilt certified. Itís very good and very detailed:

    https://www.eaa.org/eaa/aircraft-bui...your-homebuilt

    Quote Originally Posted by stautz View Post
    I am new to kit airplanes and just getting rolling on a build.
    What were the steps required to certify your airplane?
    Last edited by Daveembry; 10-31-2019 at 07:02 AM.
    Dave Embry
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    ....once is enough."..

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    Default Re: FX3 SN 0052 Certified

    Thx Dave! I had not seen that post #125 before, but its quite comprehensive. I will reference it in the future!

    Rick
    Last edited by Rick Bosshardt; 11-02-2019 at 09:47 AM.


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