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Engine Information

The L'il Buzzard ultralight trainer.

Top 10 reasons to consider a
 L'il Buzzard!


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When was the last time you did maintenance on your K & N Airfilter? Is you filter safety wired? Click here to see how to clean and safety wire your airfilter!

Ultralight pilot news groups, ultralight aircraft websites, ultralight forums, mailing lists for ultralights.

Ultralight owners and pilots you are invited to join any of the following forums. The purpose of which is to bring owners and pilots together so that they may share, ideas, stories, problems, updates etc. with each other.

The forums contain areas for:

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If you have a forum you would like me to add to the list just drop me an email at :   be sure to indicate what aircraft you want the forum to feature!!!

Aerolite 103

Challenger Ultralight Aircraft Owners and Pilots Forum

Drifter Ultralight Owners and Pilots Forum

Eagle Ultralight Owners and Pilots Forum

Falcon Ultralight Owners and Pilots Forum

Fisher Flying Products Owners and Pilots Forum

Flightstar Aircraft Owners and Pilots Forum

Hirth Aircraft Engine and Owners Forum

Hummel Ultra-cruiser Owners and Pilots Forum

Kolb Aircraft Owners and Pilots Forum

Lazair Owners and Pilots Forum

Phantom Ultralight Owners and Pilots Forum

Powered Parachute Owners and Pilots Forum

Quicksilver Owners and Pilots Forum

Ragwing Owners and Pilots Forum

Rotax Owners and Pilots Forum

TEAM Ultralight Owners and Pilots Forum

Ultralight Flyers General Communication Forum

Birds of a feather

Bobby Bakers Bobcat
Click here for more information.

The B1-RD home page -
For all you B1-RD lovers there is now a page on the web just for   you.

For Lazair Lovers
It was in 1978, in Canada, that Dale Kramer designed the Lazair, one of the first twin-engine ultralights. Though it was introduced before Part 103 came into being, the Ultraflight Sales Ltd. Lazair was a true pioneer, an airplane which helped define the ultralight class.

Sadler Vampire information site

Weedhopper news group! Looking for information on the venerable Weedhopper looks like a very active group!

Shadow Owners page
Interested in a Shadow - then check out this page.

History of the Flying Flea -
Arguably the first homebuilt airplane, the "Flying Flea" was introduced in 1934.

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The Kolb Mailing List  - Hello and welcome. My name is Matt Dralle (draw'-lee) and I'd like to welcome you the Kolb-List Web Page. Please have a look around at some of the interesting things here including an Kolb-List subscription form, a browser for the Kolb-List Archive file, and a number of Kolb Graphics. Enjoy!

The Kitfox Builder Newsletter
2805 222nd Place SE Issaquah, WA 98029 425/392-4627, 425/557-0107

Powered parachute info click here: Looking for information on powered parachutes here is a great site to start from!

Early Bird Jenny

Make yourself visible to others when your flying...... Strobe lights make you visible! Click here for more information!

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