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Bensen B-6 Gyroglider



Bensen's range of do-it-yourself helicopters and autogyros stem from the B-5 Gyro-Glider of 1954, which was a single-seat rotor-kite towed into the air at around 30km/h and obtained its lift by the flow of air over its autorotating rotor. From the B-5 factory-built prototype, Bensen evolved the B-6 and B-7.


The B-6 Gyro-Glider could be built at home from household pipe, plywood and steel strip for about £30 in 1955.

In still air, it lands in 10-15 ft. at 7 m.p.h.

Engine: none
Main rotor diameter: 6.0m
Length: 3.45m
Height: 1.91m
Empty weight: 58kg



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