Cirrus VK30

Cirrus VK30

Hastings deviated from Cirrus’ plans only three times. The first is a hinged engine access door to speed maintenance. The second is using a single, larger cooling fan instead of two smaller fans (works better), and three, he’s slowly engineering a belt-driven Vortech centrifugal supercharger for the big Continental. So far he’s machined the flywheel pulley and mounting system and is working on pressure-sensing injectors.

KITPLANES Web editor Omar Filipovic, based in Portland, Oregon, is a GlaStar builder—old school, that is, he’s taking his time and doing everything himself.

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