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Tapanee Levitation

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The Tapanee Levitation 4 is a Canadian four-seat STOL aircraft designed to be homebuilt by Michel Lequin for Tapenee Aviation of Quebec. A larger version of the companies earlier Pegazair bushplane, the Levitation is a high-wing monoplane with V-strut bracing, first flown in 2002. Powered by a 180 hp (134 kW) Lycoming O-360 flat-six piston engine with a two-blade propeller. The Leviation has a fixed conventional landing gear with a tailwheel and a cabin holding a pilot and three passengers in two rows of side-by-side seating. By December 2004 five kits had been sold.

 

Variants:
Levitation 2
Levitation 4

 

Specifications:

Levitation
Engine: Lycoming O-360, 180 hp / 134 kW
Propeller: Hartzell 80 in
Length: 7.47 m (24 ft 6 in)
Overall Height: 2.44 m (8 ft 0 in)
Wingspan: 10.21 m (33 ft 6 in)
Wing area: 180 sq.ft / 16.72sq.m
Wing Loading: 13.9 lb/sq.ft
Gross weight: 2500 lbs / 1133 kg
Empty Weight: 621 kg (1368 lb)
Usefull load: 1138 lbs
Stall Speed: 38 Mph / 62 km/h
Cruise speed: 115-120 Mph
VNE: 159 Mph / 255 km/h
Range at cruise: 575 sm / 925 km
Gross wgt takeoff dist: 400 ft    
Landing Distance: 300 ft
Climb rate at Gross: 700 fpm / 3.6 m/s
Power Loading: 13.9 lb/hp
Cabin Length: 109 in
Cabin width at elbow: 48 in
Usable fuel: 55 US Gallons
Fuel Optional, Wings: 36 USG
Baggage Area: 25 cu.ft
Seats: 4

 

 

 


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