Stollite Mk1 single seat with R503
The ArmourKraft Stolite was a project designed by Arthur Armour to be built by his apprentice while he was building something else. It took three years to build, working two nights a week after work. The wings are from the ArmourKraft Super Cricket.
Design to fit Australian 95:10 class, MTOW 300kg (661lb), single seat, it was powered by a Rotax 503, registered 10-3218, and first flew in 1999 at The Oaks, NSW, Australia.
After a minor incident, aircraft was rebuilt in the next 'class' allowing more weight and two seats, and was fitted with a Rotax 582, and registered 19-3218.
Stollite Mk2, two seat with R582
Eventually the 582 failed, so an old Rotax 912 was fitted.
Stollite Mk3 now with Rotax 912
The 912 was required for another project and removed, to be replaced with a modified BMW R100 bike engine.