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Magni M19 Shark



Three M-19 Shark two-seat ultralight autogyro were built for trials by 2002. However, not placed in production and development and marketing effort switched to M 21.

The M-16 can be upgraded to M 19 standard. A pod and boom fuselage with sweptback tailplane and triple fins, with a rudder on the central fin only. The M-19 has a welded 4130 chromoly main structure with glass fibre fuselage and wheel fairings. Two-blade main rotor of composites construction with mechanical prerotator. The landing gear is a fixed tricycle type.
Power is from one turbocharged 84.6kW Rotax 914 UL flat-four with electric starter, driving a ground-adjustable pitch, three-blade, carbon fibre pusher propeller. Fuel in integral cockpit seat/tank of epoxy/glass fibre, capacity 74 litres.




Magni M 19 Shark
Rotor diameter: 8.23m
Overall length: 4.80m
Overall width: 1.85m
Overall height: 2.60m
Propeller diameter: 1.70m
Weight empty: 280kg
Max take-off weight: 550kg
Max level speed: 185km/h
Cruising speed: 145km/h
Rate of climb at sea level: 300m/min
Service ceiling: 3500m
Take-off run: 90m
Landing run: up to 30m
Range, no reserves: 481km
Endurance: 4h 30min


Engine: Rotax 914, 115 hp
Rotor span: 8.20 m
Blade area: 0.22 sq.m
MAUW: 450 kg
Empty weight: 290 kg
Fuel capacity: 35 lt
Max speed: 180 kph
Cruise speed: 130 kph
Minimum speed: 30 kph
Climb rate: 5 m/s
Seats: 2
Fuel consumption: 18 lt/hr
Price (1998): 77 800 000 Lire






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