219 were sold, some with a 295 or 340 Cayuna
engine, some had a 277 or 377 Rotax and some later ones had
a 430 Cayuna or 447 Rotax.
1983 the Starflight series
This was a name change with black painted tubing on an
TX1000 A single place Ultralight with spoilers, kingpost
and wires, center mount inverted engine with an improved
shaft drive and belt reduction, dual cross tubes and two
round cockpit tubes, nose gear steering, nose gear brace
tube and ?Aluma-Torsion? main gear suspension. Spoiler
control was changed to a Morse cable and some of these were
modified for use as agricultural sprayers.
179 were sold, many with a 340 or 430 Cayuna engine.
Others had a 377 or 447 Rotax, a few sprayers had a 503
DBL The first two place trainer. It had wing struts
instead of wires, center mount inverted engine with shaft
drive and belt reduction, dual cross tubes and two round
cockpit tubes. Later models had rear mount inverted engine
with gear drive. These were the first ?Ultralight trainer?
made and won an award at Oshkosh in 1983.
14 were sold with a 447 Rotax engine, four more had a
1984 There were major changes to the main chassis and all
new model designations.
XC280 A single place Ultralight with a 277, 377 or 447
Rotax, spoilers, wires and square cockpit and axle tubes,
round nose tube, inverted rear mount engine with gear
reduction drive, flexible main gear legs.
XC320 A longer wing version ussually with a 447 Rotax
XC2000 A two place trainer with a 447 or 503 Rotax
engine, long wing, spoilers, wires, square single cockpit
and axle tube, round nose tube, inverted rear mount engine
with gear drive.
Stiletto A double surface wing option was available on
all XC models.
About 200 of the XC series were sold.
1987 A longer and larger cage assembly was developed with
a revised boom tail system that could accommodate larger
engines and props.
Agflight had conventional ailerons, the long 32 foot wing
with 4 compression struts and 11 battens per side. They were
modified for agricultural sprayers. We know that a number of
these were built with either a 503 or 532 Rotax and most
went to South America.
XC2000 2 place version but with Junkers style ailerons,
rectangular down tubes, center down tube, rear mount upright
532 or inverted 503 engine with gear drive, They had a
slightly shorter 30′ wing span than the earlier XC2000 with
10 rib battens, four compression struts per side and a
revised boom tail.
We know that a new company was formed called VsTolAir
VsTolAir made a tail dragger version of the XC with
leading edge slats, and they made a truss frame tricycle or
tail dragger called the SS2000 and a twin engine (T)
version, but little else is known about them.
Around 14 twin pusher engine aircraft were made and sold
in South America and a few went as far as Africa. We know
of one twin that is being restored in Guatemala.
All aircraft production stopped in the late ?90?s