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I think Cubs were powered by a Continental flat 4 that produced about 65hp.Bob
Meanwhile this is a BMW R1000RR powered experimental aircraft (ducted fan).
is it possible to call anything with a Moto Guzzi motor an ultralight? Seems like an oxymoron.
In 1996 I worked with the Hunter UAV which had two Moto Guzzi engines. One fore and on aft connected to propellers. I have no idea how or why those engines were chosen since the UAV was a partnership between an Israeli and American companies.
In the USA it would be under the light sport aircraft which are 1,350 pounds or less if I recall correctly. GliderJohn
That was the A-40 Continental.. 40 hp. The first cub (E2) was designed by C.G. Taylor (Taylorcraft) who was screwed out of his company by a money guy named Piper for chump change.. The rest is history.
I've heard of those..
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