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Eastern Ultralights Snoop +

Roll control by ailerons. Double surface wing with flaps. Presented at the Sun 'n' Fun in March 1983 the Snoop+ model differs from the Snoop by having a smaller span double-surface wing fitted with ailerons and flaps. Like the earlier model, it also uses the Cuyuna ULII-02 with a tuned exhaust. The options are the same as those offered on the Snoop. As would be expected, the Snoop+ wing is much more costly to build than a single -surface design and as a result the Snoop+ cost exactly $1000 more than the Snoop: $5790 in 1982.

Engine: Cuyuna ULII-02, 35 hp at 6200 rpm.
Prop-eller diameter and pitch 54x27 inch, 1.37 x 0.68 m
Belt reduction, ratio 2.0/1.
Max static thrust 200 lb, 91 kg.
Power per unit area 0.23hp/sq.ft, 2.5 hp/sq.m.
Fuel capacity 5.0 US gal, 4.2 Imp gal, 18.9 litre.
Length overall 16.2 ft, 4.90 m.
Height overall 8.6ft, 2.59m.
Wing span 30.0ft, 9.14m.
Constant chord 4.0ft, 1.22m.
Dihedral 1deg.
Sweepback 0 deg.
Total wing area 150 sq.ft, 13.9sq.m.
Total aileron area 20.0sq.ft, 1.86sq.m.
Rudder area 6.0sq.ft, 0.56sq.m.
Total elevator area 6.0 sq.ft, 0.56 sq.m.
Wing aspect ratio 5.9/1.
Wheelbase 5.6 ft, 1.67 m.
Nosewheel diameter overall 12 inch, 30 cm.
Main wheels diameter overall 14 inch, 35 cm.
Floats, dimensions 9 x 2 ft, 2.74 x 0.61 m.
Skis, dimensions 3 x 1 ft, 0.91 x 0.30 m.
Empty weight 248 lb, 112kg.
Max take-off weight 528 lb, 239 kg.
Payload 280 lb, 127 kg.
Max wing loading 3.5 lb/sq.ft, 17.1 kg/sq.m.
Max pow-er loading 15.1 lb/hp, 6.82 kg/hp.
Load factors +5.5 -3.5 design; +6.0, -4.0 ultimate.
Max level speed 60 mph, 97 kph.
Never exceed speed 63 mph, 101 kph.
Max cruising speed 55 mph, 88 kph.
Economic cruising speed 45mph, 72kph.
Stalling speed 25 mph, 40 kph.
Max climb rate at sea level 1000ft/min, 5.1m/s.
Take-off distance 100 ft, 30 m.
Landing distance 150 ft, 45 m.
Service ceiling 10,000 ft, 3050 m.
Range at average cruising speed 175 mile, 281 km.


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