Introducing the Zenith STOL CH750-SD
What do you get when you take an LSA bush plane and put an Aero Sport Power IO-375 (Similar to the Lycoming IO-360 engine) on the nose? You get a machine that is ready to take on the world—a world of short strips, sandbars, and mountain meadows. Zenith Aircraft started with a STOL CH 750 aircraft, lengthened the wings, enlarged the tail, beefed up a few things here and there—and created a new model called the Super Duty. Think of a real pickup truck, not one of those fancy citified vehicles. We’re talking about something that you can throw the tools into and go running off the landscape to patch a hole in the fence. The Super Duty is that kind of machine, with the muscle to get you there and back.
The STOL CH 750 boasts amazing short take-off and landing (STOL) performance, surprisingly competitive cruise speed, a huge cabin with side-by-side seating and easy access, new raised skylight and increased cabin height, and spectacular “wrap-around” visibility. With outstanding controls including full length flaperons and all flying rudder, the simplicity of the tricycle gear and so many engine choices, the CH 750 STOL makes an ideal off-airport or bush airplane.
The STOL CH 750, between the original STOL 701 and STOL CH 750-SD