Monday, May 31, 2010

Service Bulletins for C.A.P. STC 'S

Certified Aeronautical Products is issuing the following Service Bulletins applicable to airplanes modified per STC # SA1-210. (Taylorcraft BC-series) and/or STC # SA01264LA (Taylorcraft DC Series)

SB.01 Fuel Flow Requirements May 31, 2010 (originally released Jan. 17, 1962)
SB.02 Policy on Prior Use of STC # SA1-210 Data May 31, 2010
SB.03 Implementation of STC # SA1-210 without wing structural mods June 8, 2010
SB.04 Fuel Consumption: Range and Endurance Nov. 10, 2010

Thursday, May 27, 2010

STC # SA1-210 - 85 hp STC - for Taylorcraft BC and BC12-D is Finally Available Once Again

Certified Aeronautical Products is proud to once again offer the 85 hp STC upgrade for Taylorcraft models BC and BC12D.

Fully FAA Approved and available FOR SALE, this Supplemental Type Certificate, STC # SA1-210 (formerly known as the Gilberti/Harer STC) allows you to install an 85 horsepower Continental C85-8, C85-8F, C85-12, or C85-12F engine in place of the original 65 horsepower A65 engine.

Click on the image above to order your AUTHORIZED COPY today!

Or... Contact us at

(254) 715-4773
2457 Texas Highway 236
Moody, TX 76557

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

STC # SA1-210 Acquisition

Press Release March 20, 2010

The word has been leaked for a few weeks now, so it is no secret. The long-awaited acquisition of the Harer/Gilberti STC by C.A.P. is now complete. We are working diligently now to make this upgrade available by mid June, 2010. Stay tuned for more developments.

Terry B.

Original Taylorcraft Aviation Corp. Documents

In an effort to support owners and operators of Taylorcraft airplanes, Certified Aeronautical Products (C.A.P.) is re-publishing some of the original Taylorcraft Aviation Corp. factory documents recently acquired.

These documents were first released for public use between 1938 and 1944. It is our intent to make such documents available as we acquire them.

C.A.P. makes no claim of responsibility for the content of these documents. They are provided for informational purposes only. It is the responsibility of the appropriately rated maintenance technician to verify the validity and effectivity of maintenance information before returning an aircraft to service in accordance with FAA Regulations.

- Instruction Manual, models B & B12 (contains some information for model A airplanes)

- Taylorcraft Aviation Corp. Service Bulletins #1 through #19 (#10 missing)

- Taylorcraft Aviation Corp. Service Bulletins #21 through #34 (#20 missing)

- Taylorcraft Aviation Corp. Service Bulletins #35 through #55 (#'s 36, 37, 40, 41, 43, 44, 48, 49, 51, 52, & 54 missing)