Designed by Tuomo Tervo, Jorma Jalkanen and Kurt Hedstrom, the all-wood Pik-14 was first flown 1961, the Vasama was designed to the then Standard rules with fixed gear and top and bottom surface airbrakes. It won the 1963 OSTIC prize at the World Championship at Junin, Argentina, and placed third in its class at the contest.
56 were built.
Wing span: 15m / 49.2ft
Wing area: 11.71sq.m / 126sq.ft
Aspect ratio: 19.2
Empty Weight: 204kg / 450lb
Payload: 100kg / 220lb
Gross Weight: 304kg / 670lb
Wing Load: 25.96kg/sq.m /5.3lb/sq.ft
L/DMax: 34 97 kph / 52 kt / 60 mph
MinSink: 0.67 m/s / 2.2 fps / 1.30 kt
Airfoil: Wortmann FX-05-168 (14%), root; NACA 63 (2)-165, tip