Monthly Archives: November 2010

STC Showcase: High-Pressure Brake Master Cylinders

Those of you who have experienced a J3 with original brakes will especially appreciate our brake system.  Gone are the days of wandering into the grass next to the taxiway to do your runup because you don’t have the brake … Continue reading

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STC Showcase: Fuel Selector Valve

We’ve been told “it’s the little things in life,” and we agree. The littlest things can make a tremendous difference, especially in aircraft. A well-thought out panel will be intuitive to use; a haphazardly designed one will leave you searching … Continue reading

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Flying the Super 18: From Scot Warren

We stumbled across this little gem a few days ago.  Before the airplane was certified in 2009, Scot Warren of Warren Aircraft visited us in October of 2006 and flew the Super 18.  Here’s what he had to say, in … Continue reading

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Living With a Super 18

Sure, it’s shiny and pretty and still smells new (although we’re not sure exactly what gives it that “new airplane smell” or we’d bottle it), but what’s it like once you take it home?  Just like a 15-minute test drive … Continue reading

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What Are We Up To Now?

Hmmmm . . . wonder what this could mean! Stay tuned to find out! –DCA

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Airside Operations at Dakota Cub International

First of all, Dakota Cub HQ is truly international.  You can reach two foreign countries from our lovely grass strip.  One is Canada.  The other?  Iowa. Even though we have big tires, we still do our best to keep the … Continue reading

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