TYPE: Tandem-seat ultralight.

PROGRAMME: First-flown July 1996.

CUSTOMERS: Over 30 flying by July 2002.

COSTS: US$17,407 with Rotax 582 engine; US$22,966 with Rotax 912 (2000).

DESIGN FEATURES: Generally as for FireFly. Quoted build time 400 hours.

FLYING CONTROLS: Full-span flaperons.

STRUCTURE: Welded 4130 chromoly steel fuselage cage; 127 mm (5 in) rear fuselage tube and wing spar. Glass fibre nosecone and steel-reinforced, aluminium tube, fabric-covered wings.

LANDING GEAR: Tailwheel type; fixed; hydraulic disc brakes optional.

POWER PLANT: One 47.8 kW (64.1 hp) Rotax 582 using 2.58:1 or 3.47:1 reduction unit driving IVO two- or three-blade wooden propeller (metal propeller optional); further options are 37.0 kW (49.6 hp) Rotax 503 with 2.58:1 reduction unit; 59.6 kW (79.9 hp) Rotax 912 and 59.7 kW (80 hp) Jabiru 2200. Fuel capacity 37.0 litres (10.0 US gallons; 8.3 Imp gallons). Electric starter optional.

EQUIPMENT: Optional ballistic parachute and strobe lighting.