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Aerosport Quail


The Quail is a 1971 stubby, little single-seater with an enclosed cabin that can be powered by a variety of engines, the KAM-25 Kiekhaefer, the Volkswagen 1600, 1700 or the Franklin 2 cyl. This high-wing plane is constructed of all metal and stands on tricycle landing gear. The Quail’s wing is similar to that of the Rail, and also like the Rail its tricycle gear can be equipped with optional wheel fairings.


One of the lightest all-metal homebuilts, outside the ultralight category at 435 pounds, the Aerosport Quail gets 32mpg, has a rugged spring gear for rough fields, is easily built using Pop rivets, has pilot comfort in the cabin and a complete electrical system.

Engine: VW 1500cc         
Gross weight: 792 lb
Empty weight: 534 lb             
Fuel capacity: 10 USG
Wingspan: 24 ft             
Length: 15ft 11in
Vmax: 125 mph            
Cruise: 110 mph
Climb rate: 820 fpm            
Stall: 45 mph
Ceiling: 12,000ft            
Takeoff run: 340ft
Landing roll: 500ft

Engine: VW 1600 cc         
Gross weight: 792 lb
Empty weight: 534 lb             
Fuel capacity: 10 USG
Wingspan: 24 ft             
Length: 15ft 11in
Top speed: 130 mph            
Cruise: 115 mph
Stall: 48 mph            
Climb rate: 850 fpm
Ceiling:    12,000 ft        
Takeoff dist: 300 ft
Landing roll: 400 ft            
Range: 230 sm

 


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