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Taylorcraft F-22



Taylorcraft F22 N191TC

The design has its origins in the Taylorcraft Model B of the early 1940s, which was developed into the F-19 that was built until 1980. A higher-powered version, the F-21 two-seat sporting trainer, was designed with aluminium 'T'-beam wing spars and a new fuel system. This in turn has given way to the F-22, in which the most noticeable change is the introduction of a nosewheel and flaps.


Other innovations on the F-22 include wider doors with hinged windows for better ventilation, easier access to seats, and quick-removal rear seats for cargo flights.


The 1990 F22 was a revival of original Taylorcraft BC-12D design, this time with flaps, options of IFR, tri-gear or conventional gear. When powered by a 180hp Lycoming engine it sold for $42,975.



The 1992 F22A Nose Wheel Taylorcraft aircraft were built by Taylorcraft in the old Piper Plant in P.A. USA.
 Taylorcraft F22A Tracker


F-22A Tracker N87HJ sn/2214                        Courtesy Paul Harrington - Harrington Aviation
This 1992 Taylorcraft F-22A has flaps, strobe lights, nav lights, dual landing lights, heated pitot tube, new sealed wing struts, disc brakes, full sky light, stall warning system and much more.
About 6 of the nosewheel F-22A were built as late as 1992. These models were about the last 6 or so to come out of the Taylorcraft factory, when it ended production.


Engine: Lycoming O-235-L-2C, 118hp
Wingspan: 36'0"
Length: 21'2"
Useful load: 650 lb
Max speed: 125 mph
Cruise speed: 120 mph
Stall: 49 mph
Range: 724 mi
Ceiling: 18,000'
Seats: 2
Taylorcraft F22A Tracker
Engine: Lycoming O-235, 118 HP  
Wingspan: 36'0"
Length: 21'2"
Empty Weight: 1090 lbs
Max Weight 1750 lbs
Useful Load: 660 lbs
Max Fuel: 42 USGal
Service Ceiling: 18000 ft
Cruise Speed(75%BHP): 96 kts
Range (75% BHP): 501 nm
T/O Roll: 500 ft
T/O over 50 ft: 792 ft
Seat Capacity: 2

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