Spitfire Mk26b

by Supermarine Aircraft
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Today with a Spitfire kit from Supermarine Aircraft you now can own and fly your very own Spitifire.

Michael (Mike) "Sullivan" Supermarine Aircraft Factory officially began its life in the kit aircraft manufacturing business in 1995. Although the original idea is much older, it has been the dream of countless aviators since the end of the Second World War to build and fly a Spitfire.

The Mk26 and Mk26b are now well proven designs with all aluminium components pre-drilled and precision cut using a computer cotrolled CNC router cutter. This keeps parts standards consistent and accurate, a far cry from the original Spitfires construction methods.

The main structural sections of the aircraft are pre-built in factory jigs thus ensuring the highest possible accuracy of these critical components. The method of construction is aimed at the average person who is good with their hands.

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Specifications

Empty weight:
992 lbs (450 kg)
MTOW:
1235 lbs (560 kg)
Stall speed:
42 kts (48 mph) (78 kph)
Cruise speed:
160 kts (184 mph) (296 kph)
VNE:
230 kts (265 mph) (426 kph)
Climb:
2500 ft/min (12.7 m/s)
Take-off distance:
679 ft (207 m)
Landing distance:
1460 ft (445 m)
Engine:
V6 GM N/A / V6 Supercharged and V8 GM N/A (Chevy)
Fuel consumption:
8 GPH (30.3 LPH)

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