Specifications: Zenith CH 750 Super Duty

Specifications Imperial Metric
Wing Span 33ft 5in 10.2m
Wing Area 162 sq.ft. 15.1m ²
Length 22ft 0in 6.7m
Horizontal Tail Span 10ft 1in 3.1m
Rudder Tip Height 9ft 0in 2.7m
Empty Weight 1100lbs 499kg
Design Gross Weight 1900lbs 862kg
Useful Load (LSA) 800lbs 363kg
Wing Loading (LSA) 11.73psf 57.27kg/m ²
Power Loading 9.27lbs/bhp 4.2kg/bhp
Never Exceed Speed (VNE) 140mph 225km/hr
Limit Load Factor (G) +6/-3 g +6/-3 g
Fuel Capacity 48 Gal.(24 Gal./Wing) 182L (91L)
Cabin Width 42in 1.07m
Cabin Width (bubble doors) 50in 1.27m
Suitable Power 150-230hp 150-230hp

The Performance of the Zenith CH 750 Super Duty

Figures based on the prototype Zenith CH 750 Super Duty with a gross weight of 1900lbs, standard atmosphere, sea level, no wind. Range and endurance figures are quoted with no fuel reserves. All technical data, specifications and performance figures are subject to change without notice.

Performance  IO-375 (205hp)
single: gross:
Take-off Roll 115ft (35m) 115ft (35m)
Landing Roll 150ft (46m) 150ft (46m)
Cruise (75% Sea Level) 105mph (169km/hr) 105mph (169km/hr)
Stall Speed 34mph (55km/hr) 34mph (55km/hr)
Rate of Climb 1350fpm (411m/min) 1350fpm (411m/min)
Range(standard miles) 370 miles (595km) 370 miles (595km)
Endurance 3.5 hours 3.5 hours


BasicMed Medical Certification Regulations

The Zenith Ch 750 Super Duty was developed partly in response to the eased pilot medical certification regulation called BasicMed. Potentially, a pilot who has a current medical certificate after July 14, 2006 may never need to renew that certificate, and can work with their current family doctor to be certified safe to fly rather than with an AME and the FAA. Pilots operating under BasicMed can fly aircraft up to 6000 pounds, carrying up to 6 people. To learn more about BasicMed, Click Here to vist AOPA’s BasicMed Information page.