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Mattison MAC

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A monowing using weight shift and rudder control. The separate rudder is all flying and there are no ailerons, spoilers or wing warping to achieve roll. Construction is of aluminum tubing covered with dacron on the wings and tail surfaces. Power is a Yamaha mounted in pusher posi-tion forward of the wing. A 2:1 reduction unit turns a two-blade, wooden Ritz propeller. Fuel is carried in a plastic tank mounted above the wing. LANDING GEAR: Tricycle type shock mounted with spring action and a bicycle squeeze-type brake. The main and nose wheels are 16 inches in diameter.
In 1981 the complete  MAC LST 400 sold for US$2995.

All MAC ultralites convert to floats in minutes. Mac un-breakable floats retailed for $495.00 and fit any ultralite
that has a main gear axle.

Each MAC. LST 400 series aircraft is built with 90% straight tubing joined with special fittings to allow faster assembly time, easier parts replacement and lower cost all around. Replacement parts consist of one straight tube to be cut and drilled to size. Special features are a spring shock system, sturdy all round construction. Simple engine mounting, quick folding for storage, all bags and covers included.

The MAC. MU-200 series is a sturdy constructed aircraft that has rear axle shock system, fashionable design with all the features of the 400 series. The MU-200 comes with or without the droop tips. The MU is fun, easy to fly and economic to own and operate.

The MAC. LST-300 series three axis control ultralight, everything before this was just a prototype. All the best features, design and prices. Conventional aircraft looks and operation. Just what the conventional pilot has been waiting for. A one place aircraft anyone can afford to fly. Electric start available in 40 H.P. models.

MAC
Wingspan, 32 ft
Wing area, 16.7 sq.ft
Aspect ratio, 7.1
Overall length, 16 ft
Empty weight, 165 lb
Usable payload (include fuel), 300 lb
L/D power-off glide ratio, 7:1
Cruise speed (85% power), 32 mph
Stall speed, 16 mph
Approach speed, 16 mph
Flair speed, 10 mph
Liftoff speed, 18 mph
Takeoff roll distance, 100 ft
Rate of climb, 300 fpm
Fuel capacity, 3 Usgal
Range at cruise, 75-100 mi
Engine displacement, 100cc, 15 hp
Static thrust, 120 lbs.

MU-215

15 hp
Cruise speed: 35-45 mph
Stall speed: 17-19 mph
Take off: 18-22 mph
Take off: 50-100 feet
Landing roll: 25-50 feet
Climb: 300-350 fpm

MU-230
30 hp
Cruise speed: 35-55 mph
Stall speed: 17-19 mph
Take off: 18-25 mph
Take off: 30-75 feet
Landing roll: 30-60 feet
Climb: 650-750 fpm

MU-240
40 hp
Cruise speed: 40-60 mph
Stall speed: 18-20 mph
Take off: 18-30 mph
Take off: 30-75 feet
Landing roll: 30-75 feet
Climb: 750 fpm

LST-315
15 hp
Cruise speed: 35-45 mph
Stall speed: 17-19 mph
Take off: 18-22 mph
Take off: 50-100 feet
Landing roll: 25-50 feet
Climb: 300-350 fpm

LST-330
30 hp
Cruise speed: 35-55 mph
Stall speed: 17-19 mph
Take off: 18-25 mph
Take off: 30-75 feet
Landing roll: 30-60 feet
Climb: 650-750 fpm

LST-340
40 hp
Cruise speed: 40-60 mph
Stall speed: 18-20 mph
Take off: 18-30 mph
Take off: 30-75 feet
Landing roll: 30-75 feet
Climb: 750 fpm

LST-415
15 hp
Cruise speed: 35-45 mph
Stall speed: 17-19 mph
Take off: 18-22 mph
Take off: 50-100 feet
Landing roll: 25-50 feet
Climb: 300-350 fpm

LST-430
30 hp
Cruise speed: 35-55 mph
Stall speed: 17-19 mph
Take off: 18-25 mph
Take off: 30-75 feet
Landing roll: 30-60 feet
Climb: 650-750 fpm

LST-440
40 hp
Cruise speed: 40-60 mph
Stall speed: 18-20 mph
Take off: 18-30 mph
Take off: 30-75 feet
Landing roll: 30-75 feet
Climb: 750 fpm

 

 


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