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Jurca MJ-5 Sirocco


The prototype MJ.5 Sirocco tandem two-seat aerobatic monoplane, built in France, was first flown in 1962. The Sirocco, an all-wood, fiberglass or fabric-covered low-wing design, can be identified by its rooster tail. The Sirocco sports retractable landing gear.




Flying with or without wing end plates, the inboard wing fence is employed in either case. The prototype flew with a Hirth engine, but 90 to 100 hp Continental or 105 hp Potez engine may be fitted. The original prototype was still flying after 30 years.




Engine: Lycoming, 160 hp.
HP range: 125-200.
Weight empty: 1260 lbs.
Gross: 1860 lbs.
Height: 8.5 ft.
Wingspan: 21.45 ft
Wing area: 107.6 sq.ft.
Speed max: 196 mph.
Cruise 162 mph.
Stall: 64 mph.
ROC: 1850 fpm.
Service ceiling: 16,400 ft.
Seats: 2.
Landing gear: nose or tail wheel.
Takeoff run 820 ft.
Landing roll 750 ft.
Range 570 sm.

Engine: Lycoming, 150 hp.
Cruise: 115 kts.
Wing span: 23ft 4in.
Length: 21 ft.
MAUW: 1500 lbs.
Fuel cap: 25.5 Imp Gal.


Engine: Lycoming O-320, 160 hp
Wing span: 7.02 m
Wing area: 11 sq.m
MAUW: 840 kg
Empty weight: 560 kg
Fuel capacity: 170 lt
Max speed: 300 kph
Cruise speed: 240 kph
Minimum speed: 100 kph
Climb rate: 11 m/s
Seats: 2
Fuel consumption: 45 lt/hr
Plan price (1998): US$500





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