Sky-Waker II

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Sky-Waker II - Photo #1

The two-seat Sky-Walker Sky-Walker 1+1 was popular as an ultralight training aircraft. The airframe exists out of an aluminium-tube construction. The plane is constructed out of alu-tube covered with sailcloth.

As powersource the Sky-Walker 1+1 had a four cylinder, horizontal opposed air-cooled Limbach L 1700 EA engine. Motorgliders en ultralight aeroplanes frequently used the Limbach engines. The L 1700 EA was a perfect engine for the ultralight Skywalker with a continuo 56 HP (maximum 60 HP) and a weight of only 73 kg. The dated Limbach engine of the PH-1U9 is replaced by a Rotax 462 UL CB.

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Empty weight:
150 lbs (68 kg)
350 lbs (159 kg)
Stall speed:
32 kts (37 mph) (59 kph)
Cruise speed:
43 kts (49 mph) (80 kph)
54 kts (62 mph) (100 kph)
984 ft/min (5 m/s)
Take-off distance:
328 ft (100 m)
Landing distance:
492 ft (150 m)
Rotax 503
Fuel consumption:
3 GPH (11.4 LPH)