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Stinson 108 Voyager

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Introduced in August 1945, the model 108 Voyager accounted for almost half of all four-place aircraft sold. By the end of 1947, Stinson Aircraft had built over 5200 Voyagers, including a Station agon version, but by then the boom had ended and 200 unsold Voyagers were parked at Willow Run Airport.



Stinson Station Wagon 108-3
Price: US$6,484 (new)
Engine: Franklin 6A4-165-B3, 165 hp
Fuel type: 80/100LL
Propeller: Sensenich, Fixed
Landing gear type: Conventional
Max ramp weight: 2400 lb
Gross weight: 2400 lb
Max landing weight: 2400 lb
Empty weight: 1320 lb
Useful load: 50 lb
Oil capacity: 8 qt
Wingspan: 34 ft
Overall length: 24 ft. 6 in
Height: 6 ft. 10 in
Wing area: 155 sq. ft
Wing loading: 15.5 lbs./sq. ft
Power loading: 14.5 lbs./hp
Wheel track: 84 in
Wheel size: 6 in
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width: 39 in
Cabin height: 46 in
Baggage capacity: 100 lb
Max level speed: 108 knots
Cruise speed 75% power: 104 knots
Fuel consumption 75% power: 10.0 USgph
Stall speed (flaps up): 54 knots
Stall speed (flaps down): 48 knots
Best rate of climb: 550 to 650 fpm
Service ceiling: 16,500 ft
Takeoff ground roll: 980 ft
Landing ground roll: 940 ft

Stinson 108-3 on Edo 2425 Float
Engine: Continental O-470, 230 hp
Gross weight: 2500 lb
Max ramp weight: 2500 lb
Useful load, std: 800 lb
Power loading: 10.9 lbs./hp
Seating capacity: 4
Climb rate: 750 fpm
Max certified altitude: 14,000 ft
Max cruise range, 75%: 110 nm
Takeoff distance, wheels: 600 ft
Landing distance, wheels: 550 ft

 

 


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