TL-2000 Sting Carbon is the latest generation from the TL-ULTRALIGHT Company. The TL-2000 Sting Carbon offers a ground breaking optional in flight adjustable propeller witch is electronically controlled needing no pilot input normally only available on aircraft costing hundreds of thousands.
The Whole Aicraft is made from Carbon Fibre. The elegant and perfectly aerodynamically shaped TL-2000 Sting was designed to achieve the highest speed of flight. The TL-2000 Sting Carbon really is the fastest Czech Ultralight and its maximum speed in horizontal flight of about 285 km/h and its not definitely the last word. Interresting is also speed of flight from minimum 63 km/h to insuperable speed 305 km/h which gives pilots of all abilities the opportunity to operate within their skill levels and to fly from grass strips or tarmac.
In a pilot?s hands the TL-2000 Sting Carbon is a dynamic machine with the characteristics and comfort of a much larger aircraft. The panoramic view and low noise levels give you a level of comfort and style as yet unattainable.
To aid your comfort an optional cabin heater can be installed. The TL-2000 Sting Carbon two seat, side by side cabin is very roomy even for the fuller figure.
All control and flight instruments have been ergonomically positioned to maximise ease of use even when securely strapped in.
The aircraft is fitted with double steering and standard nose wheel configuration with the two main wheels being disc braked and a durable nose wheel. The buoyancy flaps is possible to extend in two position. One is for taking off 15 oC and the other one for landin 35 oC.
The very latest in construction techniques enable a strong light and durable aircraft to be produced. If you need to take your STING home, you can remove the wings easily in 10 minutes. The TL-STING is equipped with Rotax 912, 912 S or 914 in a accordance with our customer. Also there are many types and construction of propellers. We can offer a wide choice of Avionic, GPS, and rescue systems to suit your own specification.
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