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Quercy CQR 01

The CQR-1 two-seat homebuilt aircraft was more or less a scaled-up development of the Roussoulières Occitan and was a design of Louis Cariou, former RSA President.
The prototype CQR-1 was constructed by the RSA at Centre Régional de Construction Aéronautique Amateur Quercy-Rouergue (CQR) under the leadership of Charles Roussoulières and it flew for the first time on March 2, 1997. This aircraft was powered by a 90 hp Limbach L2400EO3 engine.
A second very similar aircraft was also completed in France in 1998 or 1999 and by late 2010 at least 6 were constructed.
Engine: JPX / Limbach , 90 hp
Wing span: 7.4 m
Wing area: 8.9 sq.m
MAUW: 588 kg
Empty weight: 358 kg
Fuel capacity: 73 lt
Max speed: 250 kph
Cruise speed: 210 kph
Climb rate: 5 m/s
Seats: 2
Fuel consumption: 14 lt/hr
Plan price (1998): 1600 Fttc
Kit price (1998): 70 000 Fttc




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