The S-6ES went into production in April 1990. It is the second generation of the original S-6 design. Increased wing span through a fuselage re-design resulted in improved performance and appearance.
The ES denotes extended span. The design goals that the S-6 achieved represented a significant advance in quick-build kit planes. The S6ES series takes this goal even further. Using all prefinished parts and pre-sewn skins, the build time averages between 250 and 300 hours on the smaller engines.
Coyote II's can be built in the confines of an average garage using normal shop tools and skills.
Note: Take-off and Landing distance is not over 50ft obstacle
Text from: www.rans.com
Photo #2: Sergio Morchon