TYPE: Two-seat kitbuilt twin.
PROGRAMME: Introduced at Sun 'n' Fun 2001.
CUSTOMERS: Four flying by end 2002.
COSTS: US$23,995 including Rotax 503E engines and propellers (2001). Also available in four subcomponent kits.
DESIGN FEATURES: Based on company's Genesis two-seat ultralight/kitbuilt with 95 per cent commonality of parts. Redesigned rear fuselage allows two pusher engines to be placed close together, reducing asymmetric thrust in single-engine operation. Quoted build time 325 hours.
FLYING CONTROLS: Conventional and manual. Optional flaps. Optional electric trim.
STRUCTURE: Tube fuselage; glass fibre cockpit enclosure. Aluminium wings and Dacron-covered control surfaces.
LANDING GEAR: Tricycle type; fixed. Mechanical (optionally hydraulic) brakes. Floats, skis or speed fairings can be fitted.
POWER PLANT: Two 39.3 kW (52.7 hp) Rotax 503E engines, each driving a Powerfin three-blade F composite ground-adjustable propeller; options include two 47.7 kW (64 hp) Zanzottera MZ 202s. Fuel capacity 151 litres (40.0 US gallons; 33.3 Imp gallons) in two wing tanks.
ACCOMMODATION: Pilot and passenger side by side.
AVIONICS: To customer's requirements; MicroAir 760 radio, Ameri-King AK-450 ELT and Lowrance Airmap 300 GPS are recommended options.