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Robin HR100 / R.1000


The HR.100 first flew in April 1969, and is in essence a development of the DR.253 Regent with metal construction. The first production variant was the HR.100/180 with the 134-kW (180-hp) Avco Lycoming O-360, but this was soon replaced by the HR.100/200. In 1971 Avions Pierre Robin placed in production its first all-metal aircraft, the HR 100/200, designed by M Christophe Heintz. The HR.100/320/4+2 up-engined variant for two children as well as four adults failed to progress past the prototype stage, so the next model was the HR.100/ 210 with a 157-kW (210-hp) engine. At this stage retractable landing gear and Continental engines entered the picture to produce the HR.100/285 with the 239-kW (285-hp) Tiara: this model entered production with the Tiara 6-285B version of the engine. This basic model was also produced in the HR.100/250TR version with the 186-kW (250-hp) Avco Lycoming IO-540 engine.

HR 100/200
Engine: Lycoming IO-360-A1D6, 200 hp
Prop: 6 ft 11 in (1.87 m) dia 2-blade metal
Wing span: 29 ft 6.25in (9.00 m)
Length: 24 ft 1 in (7.34 m)
Wing area: 155.0 sq ft (14.40 sq.m)
Gross weight: 2.645 lb (1,200 kg)
Max cruising speed: 155 mph (250 kph) at SL
Max range: 750 miles (1,210 km) std fuel
Seats: 4

HR.100 Royal 210

four-seat sport and touring lightplane
Powerplant: 1 x Teledyne Continental Tiara 6-285B, 239kW (285 hp)
Span: 9.08m (29ft 9.5 in)
Length: 7.59m (24ft 10.75 in)
Max TO weight: 1400 kg (3,086 lb)
Max speed: 202 mph at sea level
Operational range: 1,323 miles



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