Air Command LRT 150hp Yamaha

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Air Command LRT w/ 150hp Yamaha, 28' Sky Wheels rotor, 68" Warp Drive.

Air Command LRT 150hp Yamaha

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LRT stands for Long Range Tandem, and this gyrocopter as configured here carries 14 gallons of fuel with a range of 3 hours and a reserve of 25 minutes, at 65 - 75 mph cruise. It is so well balanced and designed that the trim springs can be removed completely and the gyro flown hands-off at 60 mph. Throttle up, throttle down, the nose stays perfectly pointed. At just 595 pounds dry, this gyrocopter will out-climb any two-seat gyro available to date, anywhere in the world, and is nearly as nimble as a single-place gyro half it's size. The ground handling is superior, and it is nearly impossible to have a hard landing with the predictable, forgiving, 28' Sky Wheels rotor. A 68" Warp Drive prop is ground adjustable for fine tuning to your climb vs fuel conservation desires. Fuel use is 3.5 - 6 GPH at mild cruise, depending on conditions and TOW. Instrumentation includes compass, air speed, altitude, rotor tach, engine oil level, water temp, charge voltage, EGT on all four exhaust outlets. All stainless steel factory-tuned exhaust and muffler, factory-tuned intake airbox, heated carbs - both electric and liquid coolant - and mag-fired, individual coils/plugs, for bullet-proof engine performance that won't quit if you have an electrical short or charge system failure. Electric and redundant pulse fuel pumps. The mechanical prerotator is good for 175 - 180 RRPM for short take-offs every time, and you can demand up to 200 RRPM more for emergency rough-field take if you need it. 180 TT hours on the airframe, 80 hours on the engine package. Aluminum tilt trailer with trick rotor rack is also available.


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