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Fisher Horizon 1


The Horizon 1 first flew in 1990 and by 2004, fifty had been sold. Based loosely on the Bellanca Citabria and amateur construction, it can carry a payload equal to its weight and is an excellent platform for lightweight floats or skis. It has a large, roomy cockpit, tandem seating, optional two-cycle or four-cycle engines and a one man, two-minute wing fold system.
Kits were available and plans cost US$275 in 1997.

Horizon 1
Engine: Limbach, 80 hp.
HP range: 65-125.
Height: 5 ft 8 in
Length: 18'8"
Wing span: 25'3"
Wing area: 113.6 sq.ft.
Wing Cord: 54"
Fuel cap: 13 USG.
Weight empty: 520 lbs.
Gross: 1050 lbs.
Wing Load @ Gross: 9.2 lbs/sq. ft
Velocity-Never Exceed: 120 mph
Speed max: 95 mph.
Cruise: 85 mph.
Range: 250 sm.
Stall: 39 mph.
ROC: 800-900 fpm.
Take-off dist: 250-500 ft.
Landing dist: 250-350 ft
Seats: 2/Tandem dual controls.
Landing gear: tail wheel.
Construction: wood/fabric.
Design Loads: +4 -2.5g

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