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Fisher Dakota Hawk
 
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First flown in 1993, the Dakota Hawk was based on a design by Erval Jackson. Equipped with dual controls, a steerable tail wheel, main gear shock absorbers and available are hydraulic brakes.
 
The I Beam wing spar and construction gives a 550 lb useful load, coupled with space for added instrumentation, avionics and optional wing tanks, make the Hawk agreeable choice for cross-country flight.
 
The Hawk’s folding wings are engineered with a simple yet secure locking mechanism, making set-up or take-down a 15-minute step.
 
Wings outstretched, the Dakota Hawk owns larger dimensions than any other Fisher model. A broadened fuselage generates a wider, roomier cabin, with space for two adults and a cargo of overnight baggage.
 
The Dakota Hawk is designed for a 4-stroke engine, accepting the likes of a 65, 85, 0-200 Continental, 912 & 912S Rotax or 6 cyl. Jabiru. Properly equipped, the Hawk’s cruise speed will register over 95 mph.
 
Load and performance ratings benefit from an augmented main wing spar, and proven geodetic construction throughout. A contoured vented cowling, high stance landing gear and available wheel pants contribute to the craft’s posture.
 
The kitprice in 1997 was US$9,300. By 2001, the standard kit cost US$10,500 with a quick build kit available for an additional US$2000.
By 2004, twenty-five had been sold.

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Engine: Rotax 912 80hp
Wingspan: 28'6"
Length” 19'9"
Height: 6 ft 1 in
Wing Area: 128 sq. ft.
Weight empty: 600 lbs.
Gross: 1150 lb
Fuel cap: 12 USG
Optional fuel total cap: 19.5 USG
Useful Load: 550 lbs.
Wing Load: 9 lbs/sq. ft.
Load Factor: +5.7 -2.28g
Velocity-Never Exceed: 120 mph
Max Speed: 100 mph
Cruise Speed: 90-100 mph
Stall: 35 mph.
ROC: 800 fpm.
Range: 250 sm
Glide Ratio: 8:1
Take-off dist: 350 ft.
Landing dist: 400 ft.
Seats: 2.
Landing gear: tail wheel.
 
Engine: Rotax 912, 80 hp
Wing span: 8.7 m
Wing area: 12 sq.m
MAUW: 450 kg
Empty weight: 272 kg
Fuel capacity: 37.8 lt
Cruise speed: 145 kph
Minimum speed: 60 kph
Climb rate: 4 m/s
Seats: 2
Kit price (1998): US$10,695

 

 

 

 


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