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Microlights: X-Series Classic

Standard Features

Rotax 582DCDI Engine
Oil Injection
E Type Gearbox - Electric Start
Ceramic coated Exhaust
Brolga 4 Blade Propeller
The following Gages: ASI, ALT, Hr Meter, Tacho, Dual Exhaust Gas Temp, water Temp
Choice of Wizard or Streak Wing
Cockpit, Wheel Pants, Centre Console and Soft Sides
Steering Damper
Dual Steering
Fully upholstered custom seating
Tested to 6G positive and 3 G negative
Civil Aviation Safety Authority approved

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This model hes been around for many years now and is has proven to be a reliable and robust aircraft. Powered by the Rotax 582, The Classic offers the comfort of the fibre glass fairing, electric start and oil injection as standard features.

  Rotax 582DCDI Engine. We have been using this engine on our microlights since the mid 80's. Over time Rotax has made some significant improvements. The latest blue head version has proven reliability and plenty of performance for our Outback and Classic trikes. Many pilot's use these models to tow hang gliders or banners, the 582 does it with ease.
  This picture shows the dual Bing carbies. The fuel lines are protected with spiral wrap at points of contact.
  Guages: ASI, ALT, Hr Meter, Tacho, Dual Exhaust Gas Temp, Water Temp. Standard instrumentation on the Classic. This picture also shows the Microair radio which is an optional extra. The dash also features a 12 volt power outlet, which can be used to power your GPS etc.
  Now standard on the Classic, the oil injection takes away the mess of refuelling. Straight super unleaded fuel in the tank and keep the oil container shown topped up with two stroke oil, easy!
  The Classic seating is just that. It provides excellent back support for the pilot. The passenger sits high (great for instructors). The passenger also has plenty of head clearance from the mast. Marine grade fabric is used on the seats to help withstand the elements. These seats still look great after many hours of flying.
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