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Super Hornet U.S. from U.S. Light Aircraft

U.S. Light Aircraft arrived late at Sun N Fun but their recently completed aircraft took the 48 hour drive in it's trailer in stride. The new Super Hornet which is based on the HKS engine B model version of the Hornet is being offered with the 912 100 HP Rotax engine.

To accommodate the 912 a new motor mount was developed that the engine sits on rather than being hung like on the Hirth and Rotax versions. The Super Hornet is being offered in ready to fly factory built, and in kit form. In kit form the wings and fuselage come completely built ready for covering.

The customer only has to build the flaps and ailerons, cable the plane, install the engine, instruments, wiring, fabric and paint. This should take an experienced builder 300 to 350 hours. This time can stretch out to 400 or 500 hours for a less experienced individual.

Cruise using the 912 S engine comes in at 110 mph. Stall with flaps comes in at under 45 mph. and climb well over 1000 feet per minute.

To balance the Hornet for the 912 engine, counter balance weights are available that fit onto specially designed holders in the front of the plane. This weight is all calculated out using a Excel Spread sheet program.

Suspension on the Super Hornet is still supplied by air bags on all three wheels. The brake system has been moved from the stick to a side lever. The flaps and tail trim are electrically operated from the joy stick.

Dual controls are standard three axis with center mounted sticks and dual rudder pedals, and left hand throttles. For parking the Hornet has a little "Stinger" that drops down to support the tail.

The factory will be moving in the near future to a 4,000 square foot facility at the Ramona Airport, in Ramona California.

For more information contact:
U.S. Light Aircraft Corporation
27080 Rancho Ballena Ln,
Ramona, CA  92065    
Tel:  760-518-0838     
Fax: 760-789-8607
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