XT-912 Tundra Arrow

by Airborne Australia microlights
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XT-912 Tundra Arrow - Photo #1

The XT912-Tundra Arrow combines a highly developed touring wing with a proven engine and base design. The Tundra version opens up a huge range of landing options.

With a range of approximately 700 kilometers and the incredible reliabilty of the Rotax 912 engine adventures are bound to be yours in the Airborne XT912-Tundra Arrow.

Our customers know our commitment to high quality engineering finish in our products. The Arrow is no exception, although we have gone a step further with this wing. The sail is a work of art. It has been carefully adapted to the frame for an almost (there are limits) perfect fit.

The new top surface cloth on the Arrow makes a lot of sense for a microlight wing. The smooth Mylar finish allows for easy cleaning and is the best weapon against our feathered hanger friends.

In Summary. The final prototype of the Arrow wing is a pleasure to fly and has seen so much enthusiasm from our pilots at Airborne that it's difficult to get a flight in our one and only demo.

Specifications

Empty weight:
584 lbs (265 kg)
MTOW:
992 lbs (450 kg)
Stall speed:
35 kts (40 mph) (65 kph)
Cruise speed:
75 kts (86 mph) (139 kph)
VNE:
85 kts (98 mph) (157 kph)
Climb:
925 ft/min (4.7 m/s)
Glide ratio:
6.5
Take-off distance:
771 ft (235 m)
Landing distance:
1050 ft (320 m)
Engine:
Rotax Bombardier 912 UL2 80HP
Fuel consumption:
3 GPH (11.4 LPH)

PHOTOS

XT-912 Tundra Arrow - Photo #2

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