TYPE: Tandem-seat sportplane kitbuilt.
PROGRAMME: Designed by Max Vogelsang; name indicates Vogelsang Technik, 320 hp, 2 seats. Inspired by, and derived from, DR 107 One Design single-seater, one of which acquired by MSW and flown as HB-YJM. Prototype Votec 322 (HB-YJY) made first flight 6 April 2001 and public debut at Friedrichshafen Air Show later that month.
CUSTOMERS: Five sold and two flying by April 2003; third then complete. Customers in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.
COSTS: Kit €155,000 basic, excluding engine, propeller and instruments (2003).
DESIGN FEATURES: Low-wing monoplane with symmetrical aerofoil section and angular flying surfaces. Available only as a kit, but MSW provides factory-based builder's assistance programme.
FLYING CONTROLS: Conventional and manual. Near full-span ailerons; horn-balanced rudder and elevators; in-flight-adjustable trim tab in each elevator.
STRUCTURE: Steel tube fuselage main frame; wooden wings; carbon fibre fuselage skin and tail unit.
LANDING GEAR: Tailwheel type; fixed. Cantilever self-sprung main units; steerable tailwheel. Mainwheel speed fairings.
POWER PLANT: One 246 kW (330 hp) Textron Lycoming AEIO-540 flat-six engine, driving an MT-Propeller MTV-14-B-C/195-30d three-blade propeller. Fuel in integral 40 litre (10.6 US gallon; 8.8 Imp gallon) tank in each wingroot, plus 110 litre (29.0 US gallon; 24.2 Imp gallon) fuselage tank; total capacity thus 190 litres (50.2 US gallons; 41.8 Imp gallons).
ACCOMMODATION: Two persons in tandem under one-piece canopy which opens sideways to starboard.
AVIONICS: Described as 'glass cockpit' standard.