MX II Sprint
VS (stall speed): 23 kts | 27 mph | 43 kph
VC (cruise speed): 44 kts | 51 mph | 82 kph
VNE (never exceed speed) : 65 kts | 75 mph | 121 kph
595 ft/min | 3 m/sGlide ratio:
4.5:1Takeoff distance over 50ft (15m) obstacle:
352 ft | 107 mLanding distance over 50ft (15m) obstacle:
240 ft | 73 mMEW (manufacturers empty weight):
147 kg | 325 lbsMTOW (maximum takeoff weight):
327 kg | 720 lbsEngine:
Rotax 503, 582Fuel consumption:
The Quicksilver MXII SPRINT is ideal for the recreational flyer and flight schools. Its high lift partial double surfaced wings give it an exceptionally short take off roll and predictable handling at very low flight speeds. These characteristics make the Quicksilver MXII SPRINT easier to learn to fly than anything in its class. When equipped with floats, the Quicksilver MXII SPRINT's high lift wing will get you out of the water quicker and landing slower. Like all Quicksilvers, the MXII SPRINT's simple design and bolt together construction make preflight inspection and maintenance a breeze.
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Cruise speed: 72 kts
Empty weight: 289 kg | 638 lbs
Cruise speed: 50 kts
Empty weight: 125 kg | 276 lbs
Cruise speed: 53 kts
Empty weight: 195 kg | 430 lbs
Cruise speed: 46 kts
Empty weight: 115 kg | 254 lbs
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Every one of the Aircraft designed by MXP are characterized by luxurious and fully sized proportions as well as by their extraordinary flying stability. MXP Aeroplanes have also important value of range and endurance: flying means of course to cruise far away.
Quicksilver produces Ultralight, Ultralight type, Light Sport, and Experimental/Amateur Built aircraft kits. As the most commonly used Ultralight training aircraft in America, Quicksilver's light aircraft are recognized for being ideal for recreational flying as well as flight training. Two popular lines of aircraft are produced: the MX series and the GT series.