ABC Light Aircraft Recognition by Peter R March

By Peter R March

This ebook gains the numerous kinds of gentle plane to be visible, each one illustrated with complete info on velocity, energy plant, editions and so forth.

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Three windows each side. 2kW) TO-360-El AD/LTO-360-E1A6D turbocharged engines. 79m) Max cruising speed: 152mph (245km/h) Accommodation: One or two seats First aircraft flown: 1943; no longer supplied in kit form Production: 598 (factory produced versions). Also many amateur-built 5-1/5-2s Recognition: 5mall biplane with slightly swept upper wing and straight edged lower wing of unequal length. Rounded wingtips. Fixed tailwheel undercarriage With spats to main wheel. Dorsal fairing behind cockpit Rounded fin an~ rudder with elliptical tailplane.

Variants: DR400-100 Cadet - two-seat trainer; DR400-108 Dauphin _ two plus two trainer; DR400-120 Dauphin 2+2 - additional windows· DR400140 Earl - forward-sliding canopy; DR400-160 Chevalier _ with Lycoming 0-320-D2A; DR400-180 Regent - forward-sliding canopy. 1 kW) Lycoming 10360-A 1-B6 and without extra rear side windows. Right: Robin DR400-140B Major. PRM Below: Robin DR400-180 Regent. PRM Above: Robin HR200/120. 59m) Max cruising speed: 193mph (31 Okm/h) Accommodation: Pilot plus four passengers First aircraft flown: 18 November 1972 (HR1 00-285); 3 February 1976 (HR100-180) Production: HR1 00 series - 243; HR200 series - 214 Recognition: Conventional constant-chord low-wing monoplane without the 'Jodel' cranked wing.

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