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The CFM Shadow is a two-seat ultralight of pod and boom layout, either factory or home-built from kits. It is a high wing aircraft, with a short fuselage constructed of Fibrelam with a fibreglass nose cone and plywood sides, seating two in tandem in an enclosed cockpit. Dual control can be fitted and was standard on later models. The fuselage carries a tricycle undercarriage, with a castoring nosewheel; wheel fairings are an option. About 400 have been built. The CFM Streak, initially known as the Streak Shadow flew for the first time in June 1988, with the first production aircraft flying that October. 120 had been delivered by June 2001. They were also licence built in South Africa, with the option of a Jabiru engine, an Australian design license built in South Africa. For more information on the design and development, and the seven variants, click here.
I'm considering buying an aircraft with 100HP, 912 UL engine. The Rotax airbox has been removed & replaced with two separate air cleaner type fittings. I've read that the Rotax needs its specifically designed airbox, without it, the engine won't develop full HP. Can anyone either confirm or rubbish this theory? Thanks
Hi folks Have been trolling around in the threads and seen plenty about 912 oil pressure senders not sending the right info to the gauge. However my question is, has anyone had a sensor that has begun to leak. I think mine is leaking a bit of oil, although it is had to discern exactly where it is coming from as it get blown around a bit. Thoughts....?