As Phil in Australia suggests, a wing leveler should be a really simple thing to install. TruTrak was planning on offering an autopilot for $1000 that consisted of using high quality radio control aircraft technology. (They cancelled this idea eventually.) I think a really inexpensive and uncomplicated set-up could be put together. The KR itself was born from the radio control model airplane world so some research into RC autopilots/wing levelers ought to present some ideas. It wouldn't be something that would handle rough air but for just cruising along, hooking up a 12 volt solid state roll sensor and an RC servo connected to an aileron cable might be workable.
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