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PZL Warszawa-Okecie PZL-102

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PZL-102B


On 23 May 1958 P.Z.L. flew the prototype of a two-seat semi-aerobatic light monoplane to which it allocated the designation P.Z.L. 102, later giving it the name Kos (Blackbird). Of all-metal construction, except for fabric-covered tail control surfaces, this had fixed tailwheel landing gear, seated two side-by-side in an enclosed cockpit and, as first flown, was powered by a 48kW (65-hp) Nar-kiewicz WN-1 flat-four engine. Further prototypes preceded the production P.Z.L. 102B flown first in October 1959, which was powered by a Continental C90-12F engine, and the type was built in moderate numbers before production ended in 1964.

PZL 102B
Engine: 1 x Continental C90-12F, 71kW
Wingspan: 8.5 m / 28 ft 11 in
Length: 6.95 m / 23 ft 10 in
Height: 1.9 m / 6 ft 3 in
Wing area: 11.0 sq.m / 118.40 sq ft
Max take-off weight: 655 kg / 1444 lb
Empty weight: 418 kg / 922 lb
Max. speed: 190 km/h / 118 mph
Ceiling: 4600 m / 15100 ft
Range: 640 km / 398 miles

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