Flying Corvairs

David Cleveland, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., Pietenpol Aircamper

First Year Flown on Corvair Power: 1973
Total Amount of Hours on Corvair Power as of April 17, 2003: 129
N-number: N6097
Builder of Aircraft: H.M Rowley
Builder of Engine: R.J. Cleveland
Year Aircraft was Built: 1973
Type of Conversion: Pietenpol, hand prop with blower fan
Engine Year: 1963
Engine Displacement: 145cid
Propeller Diameter, Pitch and Make: Culver 66x30
Cruise Speed: About 80mph
Cruise RPM: About 2,600
Static RPM: About 2,850
Writes David Cleveland, 1837 Caddington Drive #34, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275, redwaco@aol.com: "I took the plane apart years ago (1985) due to a move and have not put it back together. I now have to go through it carefully, including an engine overhaul and I'm looking closely at your work with Corvairs."


William Wynne, The Corvair Authority
5000-18 HWY 17 #247
Orange Park, FL 32003

HOME  Zenair 601  Daily Q&A  Flying Corvair Planes!  News  Who Is William Wynne  Conversion Manual  Manual Photos  Maximum Horsepower  All About Corvairs  Corvair History  Engine Specs  Sonex Installation  RV Application  Why Fly Corvair?  FAQs  Product Catalog  Technical Support  Links  Liability Statement  Carb Ice  E-mail William 

Copyright 2003 William Wynne Web Design by Aviatrix