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PostPosted: Tue Feb 08, 2005 7:13 am
Post subject: Rans S7c Courier

New at AvSim, and lovely indeed:
-> library.avsim.net/esea...DLID=61033




"Two seats in tandem, high wing, tractor, taildragger. Full enclosure with doors. Dope and fabric covering process. Standard engine, Rotax 912S-100hp. The aircraft is flown solo from the front seat. Full dual controls. Equipped with the Rotax 100 HP 912S engine, the Courier leaps into the air in less than 325 feet. Lifting off short means little if you can’t haul a load. 500 pounds of payload puts the Courier in the "do something, go somewhere" class. Tough spring steel gear and effective Cleveland Brakes let you do that something in places previously passed by. The gentle nature of this taildragger will encourages the newcomer and compliments the seasoned. Developed in the land of daily crosswinds (Kansas), the Courier is good for 20 KTS. at 90 degrees – more if you know a few tricks."

Filename: s7.zip
Author: Steven Grant
Size: 3792kb


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