Acrolite light sport aircraft, Acrolite ultralight aircraft, by Acrolite Aircraft Kakabeka Falls Ontario Canada.

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Acrolite light sport aircraft, from Acrolite Aircraft Ontario Canada.

In 1995 Ron Wilson of Murillo Ontario Canada entered a "Scratch Build Design Contest" sponsored by Aircraft Spruce. His entry the Acrolite won out over 102 other designs from around the world.

With Aircraft Spruce as the sponsor Peter Eisenbach of Thunder Bay, and Harold Spithoff of Kakabeka Falls, Ontario then built the first Acrolite from plans in less than a year.

The Acrolite features a 4130 chromoly steel tube welded fuselage. The tail section is constructed from 6061 aluminum tubes and 2024-T3 aluminum gusset plates. The wing features wood construction, using a box main spar, wood ribs, covered in plywood and fabric. "The builder does have the option of producing the wing using an aluminum box section main spar, a channel section rear spar, fully sheeted and flush riveted with 1/8 inch diameter stainless steel blind rivets." The fuselage, ailerons, and empennage are fabric covered using standard 1.7 ounce aircraft fabric.

A one piece spring aluminum landing gear is used for the main gear, and the tail wheel uses an aluminum flat bar.

The kit is built from plans, and can be built in a work area roughly the size of a one car garage. No special tools are required, and anyone that has built wood model aircraft should be able to get their plane up in flying in 1,000 to 1,500 hours.

The Acrolite can be powered by the Rotax 582 or Rotax 912 series of aircraft engines. Cruise comes in at between 90 and 100 mph., climb 900 to 1,000 feet per minute and stall below 45 mph.

The Acrolite uses standard three axis stick and rudder controls.

The craft has been stressed to 6 G's positive and 4 G's negative with a 1.5 safety factory at 750 lbs. Plans and materials kits are available from Aircraft Spruce. For more information on the Acrolite contact.

Acrolite Aircraft
50 Airport Road
P.O. Box  181
Kakabeka Falls,  ON
Canada,  P0T 1W0

Acrolite Aircraft
Track # 141
9301 Ryden Rd.
Grand Portage,  MN
USA,  55605

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Acrolite light sport aircraft, Acrolite ultralight aircraft, by Acrolite Aircraft Kakabeka Falls Ontario Canada.
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