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Seahawk Condor

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The Condor is a single-engine, high-wing monoplane has a cruciform tail and kingpost and cable braced single-surface wing. The Condor is controlled solely by weight shift. The engine is a twin-cylinder Kawasaki with 2.0 reduction is mounted in the center below the wing. Drive shaft to pusher prop is above the wing. The taildragger gear has torsion bar suspension. Fourteen-inch wheels have pneumatic tires.

The Condor II has three-axis aerodynamic controls include stick controls for elevator and spoilerons plus rudder pedals. The engine is a Kawasaki twin-cylinder 440 engine has 2.0 reduction and is mounted below the wing in the center. It drives a pusher prop of 54x32-inch wood. Some of the two seaters were equipped with Kawasaki liquid cooled engines of 80 hp. The taildragger gear has 14-inch main wheels with pneumatics and torsion bar suspension. The plane is has a single surface wing, and is wire braced. The kit came as a simple bolt together assembly taking approximately 75 hours to assemble.

The Condor single place and two place were produced up until about 1984.

Condor
Wingspan, 32 ft
Wing area 160 sq.ft
Empty weight, 164 lb
Wing loading, 2.06 lbs/sq.ft
Fuel capacity, 3.1 USG
Engine displacement, 440cc
Rated HP, 40 hp

Condor II
Wingspan, 32 ft
Wing area, 160 sq.ft
Empty weight, 196 lbs
Wing loading, 2.26 lbs/sq.ft
Fuel capacity, 3.1 USG
Engine displacement, 440cc
Rated HP, 40 hp

Condor
Stall: 22 kt / 25 mph / 40 kmh
Cruise: 30 kt / 35 mph / 56 kmh
VNE: 56 kt / 65 mph / 105 kmh
Empty Weight: 106 kg / 234 lbs
MTOW Weight: 215 kg / 475 lbs

 

 


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