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TEAM 1700R Hi-MAX

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First flew in 1989. Take one or more parts from an already proven design, add a few parts for creature comfort and/or customer preferences, a wrap-around windshield of Lexan makes for excellent visibility and comfortable flying, and optional windows are removable for open-air flying in the summer. For power recommended is a Rotax 447, or any engine up to 45 hp.

Wood was chosen as the basic building material. It is easy to work with, dependable in its strength characteristics, and is not bothered by the vibrations associated with 2-cycle engines.

Construction techniques are of the old-fashioned, tried and true wood truss and plywood gusset method. It is very simple, and builds quickly. If you have ever built a balsa-wood model airplane, you have the experience required to build this "full-scale" model! While construction time will vary from builder to builder, approximately 300 hours is the average.

1700R Hi-MAX Standard equipment:
Fiberglass engine cowl
Prop spinner
Quick removable wings
Shoulder harness/seat belt
Strut-braced tail
5 gallon gas tank
2009 Price: 5795 US$

 

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Engine: Rotax 277
Empty wt.: 250 lbs
Max wt.: 500 lbs
Wing span: 25 ft
Wing area: 112.5 sq.ft.
Wing loading: 4.4 lbs/sq.ft
Power loading: 17.8 lbs/hp
Max speed: 60 mph
Cruise: 55 mph
Stall: 26 mph
Vne: 90 mph
Seats: 1

Engine: Rotax 447, 42 hp
HP range: 30-50
Speed max: 100 mph
Cruise: 70 mph
Range: 120 sm
Stall: 35 mph
ROC: 1200 fpm
Take-off dist: 100 ft
Landing dist: 210 ft
Service ceiling: 10,000 ft
Fuel cap: 5 USG
Weight empty: 319 lbs
Gross: 560 lbs
Height: 5.5 ft
Length: 16 ft
Wing span: 25 ft
Wing area: 112.5 sq.ft
Seats: 1
Cockpit width: 24 in
Landing gear: tail wheel
LSA: yes

 

 


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