A 22 Valor
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A 22 Valor lightsport, experimental lightsport aircraft.
metal anodized aluminum riveted airframe with Metal
Topped wings! ?Ceconiote?
doped fabric covered control surfaces and part wing.
Cowls and wingtips are composite. All fabric is
UV-proofed when sealed and painted, giving a projected
Hardware: Aircraft grade bolts!
Easy for repair and familiar to A & P?s world over.
Stronger than most LSA aircraft of today.
Reel Seatbelts Made
especial for FPNA by Aero-Tuff Seatbelt company, our
seat belts are a 4 point, flap release inertial reel
Seatbelt for the highest level of SAFETY.
912ULS (100hp) 4-stroke, liquid cooled power.
(912ULS 100 HP Optional) These engines have achieved an
enviable reputation for reliability, with a 1,500
time-before-overhaul ? about 10-15 years for the average
spacious and comfortable cockpit
- 128cm (50+ inches) wide, 2-seats side-by-side and
ADJUSTABLE. Doors are glazed down to the floor, giving a
truly 'helicopter-like' view out! Glazed panels behind
the cockpit give an almost 360 degree view.
speed with flap is a genuine 27kts
- as tested by both the PFA in the UK and the DAeC in
Germany. Stall characteristics are completely safe - no
tendency at all for wing-drop. This means you can safely
cruise at 40-45kts close to the ground without worrying
about ?tucking? under.
controls ? Dual control
Yokes (standard) or single handled centre stick
(optional ?Y? double handle), hydraulic brakes, dual
rudder pedals and throttles, flap lever centrally placed
in the roof.
span ailerons with 10 and
20 degree 'droop' positions, for ultra-short take offs
and even shorter landings.
High-lift aerofoil section with forward swept wings
to give excellent stall and slow speed handling
tires on wide
undercarriage are good for rough and/or soft strips.
Centre of gravity is close to the main wheels, so the
nose can be kept clear of the ground very easily -
there's even a small tail wheel!
the FPNA A22 Valor is BIG FUN to fly
- the view out is unbeatable (unless you buy a
helicopter!), it turns on a cent both in the air and on
the ground, take-off is breathtaking and the good cruise
speed means you can take it places. The Very Short Take
Off and Landing, (VSTOL) and relaxed flying
characteristics of the A22 Valor make it the right
alternative for pilots moving on from rag & tube
ultra-light aircraft but who still wish to carry on
using their small airstrips with confidence. This
aircraft will also surprise and delight pilots switching
to the Sport/Recreational aircraft category from a more
?formal? background in GA aircraft.
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