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Sawyer Skyjacker II



Sawyer’s objective for constructing this vehicle, N7317, was to prove the stability, controllability and capability of such a radical, low-aspect-ratio aircraft. The size for this type of aircraft is unlimited due to the nature of its lifting body design. The Skyjacker is cheap to build because there are no compound curves, highly stressed areas or complex control systems. The design will not stall or spin and has no rudders.
Sawyer Skyjacker II N7317


First flying on 3 July 1975, the Sky­jacker was not marketed as a sporting aircraft, but is, a two-seat experimental research vehicle of all-metal construction.


Engine Lycom­ing IO-360-A1B6D, 200-hp
Wingspan 18 ft
Length 17 ft 6 in
Gross Wt. 2250 lbs
Empty Wt. 1650 lb
Fuel capacity 50 USG
Top speed 130 mph
Cruise 105 mph
Stall 45 mph
Climb rate 400 fpm
Takeoff run 1200 ft
Landing roll 1000 ft
Range 525 sm
Seats: 2





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