RotorWay A600

by RotorWay International
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The A600 helicopter by RotorWay is a 2 person "DIY / homemade" helicopter that can be built by an amateur. The A600 can be purchased as a kit. RotorWay even has the option to for you to buy the kit in four stages. This means you don't have to spend all of the $104,685 USD (price 2017) at once. Yes, owning a helicopter is rather expensive, but many new cars today are in this price range, so wouldn't you rather be flying your own helicopter than driving a fancy car? So why not go ahead and build your own helicopter!

Altitudes

Hover in Ground Effect (HIGE): STD – 6000 ft / Turbo – 9000 ft
Hover Out of Ground Effect (HOGE): STD – 4000 ft / Turbo – 7500 ft
Service Ceiling: STD – 10,000 ft / Turbo – 11,000 ft

Dimensions

Main Rotor Diameter: 25 ft (7.9 meters)
Tail Rotor Diameter: 50-1/4 in. (1.2 meters)
Height: 103 in (2.6 meters)
Length, Nose to Tail: 22 ft. (6.7 meters)
Overall Length: 29-1/2 ft. (9 meters)
Cabin Width: 44 in. (1.1 meters)
Skid Width: 72 in. (1.8 meters)

Equipment / Features

  • Dual ECU, Ignition and Fuel Pumps
  • Shaft Driven Tail Rotor
  • Cog Belt Drive
  • Electric Water Pump
  • Safer, Wider, Higher Landing Gear
  • External Battery Connection
  • MGL – Glass PFD, HSI, GPS, DG & More
  • Inertia Seat Belts
  • Reinforced Tail Boom with Cherry Max Rivets
  • Low RPM Warning System
  • Lighter, More Powerful Battery
  • Leather Interior

Specifications

Empty weight:
975 lbs (442 kg)
MTOW:
1500 lbs (680 kg)
Cruise speed:
87 kts (100 mph) (161 kph)
VNE:
100 kts (115 mph) (185 kph)
Climb:
800 ft/min (4.1 m/s)
Engine:
RI 600N/147HP or RH 600T/168HP
Fuel consumption:
8 U.S. Gallons per hour GPH (30.3 LPH)
For sale for: USD 104,685 / EUR 88,982

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