JEOF Candania GV 1
The Jeof Candiana (named for the town of its origin) is an Italian homebuilt aircraft that was designed and produced by Jeof srl of Candiana, introduced in the mid-1990s. When it was available the aircraft was supplied as a kit for amateur construction.
The Candiana features a strut-braced high-wing, a two-seats-in-side-by-side configuration enclosed cabin accessed via doors, fixed conventional landing gear and a single engine in tractor configuration. Tricycle landing gear is optional. It has a spaceframe fuselage and sheet dural wings. The engine is derived from a Fiat car engine.
The aircraft is made from a combination of welded steel tubing and aluminum. The aircraft was designed as a testbed for the Sax 86 engine, a derivative of the Fiat Punto 1.3 liter four-cylinder four-stroke automotive powerplant with dual electronic ignition and a 2.54 : 1 reduction drive (gears). It has a motorcycle carburetor Dell'Orto PHF 32. It gives 92 HP at 6000 rpm max continuous.
The standard day, sea level, no wind, takeoff and landing roll is 100 m (328 ft).
By 1998 the company reported that ten kits had been sold, were completed and flying.
Engine: Sax 86, 86 hp
Wing span: 8.65 m
Wing area: 13 sq.m
MAUW: 450 kg
Empty weight: 279 kg
Fuel capacity: 45 lt
Max speed: 260 kph
Cruise speed: 160 kph
Minimum speed: 60 kph
Fuel consumption: 9 lt/hr
Seats: 2 side by side
Price (1998): 70 000 000 lire
Engine: 1 × Sax 86, 96 hp
Propellers: 2-bladed fixed pitch
Wingspan: 9 m (28.4 ft)
Length: 7 m (21.9 ft)
Empty weight: 282 kg (622 lb)
Maximum speed: 209 km/h; 113 kn (130 mph)
Cruise speed: 171 km/h; 92 kn (106 mph)
Fuel consumption: 12 liters (3 gals)per hour at 4800 rpm at 120 km/h (75 MPH)
Stall speed: 63 km/h; 34 kn (39 mph)
Range: 901 km; 487 nmi (560 mi)