VS (stall speed): 22 kts | 25 mph | 40 kph
VC (cruise speed): 61 kts | 70 mph | 113 kph
VNE (never exceed speed) : 74 kts | 85 mph | 137 kph
1000 ft/min | 5 m/sTakeoff distance over 50ft (15m) obstacle:
200 ft | 61 mLanding distance over 50ft (15m) obstacle:
200 ft | 61 mMEW (manufacturers empty weight):
141 kg | 310 lbsMTOW (maximum takeoff weight):
363 kg | 800 lbsEngine:
Rotax 582Fuel consumption:
This is a cross-country aircraft with
300 ft take-off roll (with 2 people in it). The Challenger II is available as a 51% kit for Experimental / Amateur builders.
The Challenger II can be flown with a Sport Pilot Permit as it qualifies as Light Sport Aircraft.
Note: Take-off and Landing distance not over 50ft obstacle.
Photo from: www.quadcitychallenger.com
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Quad City manufactures the Challenger line of Light Sport Aircraft, Experimental Amateur-Built / Homebuilt, Advanced Ultralight and Part 103 Ultralight Aircraft. All Challengers can be flown with the new Sport Pilot Permit. 3,500 worldwide. Wheels, skis, floats, amphibs, soaring. Quick-build kits plus fully assembled new and used for sale. True four season recreational airplane. The one place Challenger I is FAR Part 103 compliant in the USA. The Challenger II is a two place plane, great for training or plain old fun!