first flew in 1967 and was the result of requests for an aircraft
with higher performance than the Mono, hence it's power range
is from 60 to 105hp. It's construction is similar yet it actually
comprises of fewer metal fittings than the Mono and full size
wing rib plans are supplied for the tapered wing panels. With
a cruise speed in the region of 160mph, this aircraft can be
used as an effective tourer and is also fully aerobatic, again
having being proof loaded statically. The total building costs
are slightly higher solely due to the difference in engine but
this is an aircraft with a very good overall performance whilst
still being safe for amateur pilot. Over 35 examples have flown
successfully to date.
wooden aerobatic tourer, Continental or Lycoming engines.
Cruise speed 160mph, 18ft. 9inches wingspan.
Titch Plane Plans
Most drawrings are 1/4, 1/6 & 1/8 full size. The titch wing
ribs are supplied full size.
£140 UKP Postage & Packaging (Shipping) free