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Starfire Aviation Firebolt




The Starfire Firebolt, sometimes called the Starfire Firebolt Convertible, due to its removable canopy, is an American homebuilt aerobatic biplane that was designed by G. H. "Mac" McKenzie and produced by Starfire Aviation of Tempe, Arizona. When it was available the aircraft was supplied in the form of plans for amateur construction, with some pre-fabricated parts available.
Developed from the Steen Skybolt and first flying on 15 May 1987, at least nine were built. Plans were sold for US$275.00 in 1998.


Engine: Lycoming IO-540-K1A5, 340 hp
Speed max: 214 mph
Cruise: 202 mph
Range: 600 sm
Stall: 61 mph
ROC: 4000 fpm
Take-off dist: 400 ft
Landing dist: 850 ft
Service ceiling: 18,500 ft
Fuel cap: 39 USG
Weight empty: 1354 lbs
Gross: 2000 lbs
Height: 7.6 ft
Length: 21 ft
Wing span: 24 ft
Wing area: 150 sq.ft
Seats: 2
Landing gear: tail wheel


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