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ArmourKraft Stolite
 
AK-Stolite
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.
 
AK-Stolite-2
Stollite Mk2, two seat with R582
 
Eventually the 582 failed, so an old Rotax 912 was fitted.
 
AK-Stolite-3
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.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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