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Condor ultralight, ultra lite aircraft, amateur built, experimental, homebuilt aircraft.

The Condor is a single seat, high wing, wire braced ultralight, featuring a tri-cycle landing gear suspension system, in a pusher configuration.The control system is conventional stick and rudder, with spoilerons on the wings for aiding in roll control.

The plane is has a single surface wing, and is wire braced. The kit came as a simple bolt together assembly taking approximately 75 hours to assemble.

The Condor single was powered by Kawasaki 440 engines, with some of the two seaters equipped with Kawasaki liquid cooled engines of 80 hp.

The Condor single place and two place were produced up until about 1984.

Condor single place ultralight specifications and performance data.
Empty Weight: 234 lbs.
Gross Weight: 475 lbs.
Wing Span: 32 ft.
Wing Area: 160 sq. ft
Engine: 440 Kawasaki
Cruise Speed: 35 .mph
Stall Speed: 25 .mph
VNE: 65 .mph
Construction: Aluminum tube, dacron, bolt together
Building time: 75 hrs.
Original Manufacturer Seahawk Industries.


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