“The Gyroplane was completed by the manufacturer and the 40 hours were flown off. It has not been.
|“The Gyroplane was completed by the manufacturer and the 40 hours were flown off. It has not been flown since.”|
|Model Year:||2007||Make:||American Autogyro SparrowHawk II Plus|
Width: 6" 1"
Height: 10’ Fuel: Premium Unleaded
Fuel Capacity: 23 gal
Fuel Consumption: 6.5 gph at cruise
Rotor Diameter: 30" - 2 blade
Dry Weight: 900 Ibs.
Useful Load: 600 Ibs.
Gross Weight: 1,500 Ibs. Performance Minimum Take-off Ground Roll: 100"
Normal Take-off Ground Roll: 300"-500"
Landing Roll: 0-30"
Rate of Climb (ft./min.): 650"
Speed - Maximum (Vne): 100 mph
Speed - Cruise: 75 mph
Service Ceiling: 10,000"
Endurance (with 1/2 hour reserve) at cruise: 3 hours Standard Equipment
All Airframe Components
Upholstered Seats (Black)
Dual Fuel Pumps
Engine: Subaru 165 hp EJ22 (used)
Propeller: 3 Blade Warp Drive
Rotor Blades, Head, and Teeter-bar: 30" diameter
Rotor Brake Assembly
Tail, Factory Pre-Built
Throttle Lock Assembly
Electrical Switches and Breakers
Air Speed Indicator
Oil Pressure Indicator
Volt Meter Alternator Rewound to 65 volts
Coolant Water Temperature Indicator Add-0ns: Enhanced Struts Electric Trim SIGTRONICS CORPORATION Panel Mount Intercom Bendix/King KT-76A Aircraft Transponder Garmin GPS/NAV/Comm GNC 300XL # 95104366-59092806 Side Panel Door The SparrowHawk I (N43905) is an Amateur-Built aircraft, built by myself and licensed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as "Experimental." Currently, more than 23,000 amateur-built/home-built aircraft are licensed by the FAA. While some of these are truly "home-built" by individuals, others, such as the SparrowHawk, are built from proven, carefully engineered kits with an established safety record. The award winning SparrowHawk, with its centerline-thrust design, has been featured by much of the aviation media, including the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), and Popular Rotorcraft Association (PRA). I built this kit from the parts, diagrams and instructions provided by American Autogyro. The kit infrastructure was completed to the 51% per the rule for experimental aircraft. I transported the gyro to Buckeye, Arizona, the Groen Brothers test facility, where the avionics and some upgrades were completed. When complete and the weight and balance had been accomplished, the airworthiness was signed off and the first 40 hours were flown off to complete the build process. In this sense the gyro was basically turn-key to me when delivered. I returned the gyro to Long Beach,CA , where it has been stored at Long Beach Airport. I was recruited to be a sales rep for American Autogyro, however, by the time I completed the gyro, Groen Bros. and American Autogyro had declined and decided not to go ahead with the product. No product, no sales, no business. Although I had started pilot training, I never put in the hours to complete the training and never got my pilots license. Therefore,the gyro has not flown since it was completed. I fully intended to complete my training, but due to many reasons, it hasn’t happened. It was hangered for seven years and transferred outdoors to a tarmac tiedown only recently. Since it has not flown for a while, it will need some tlc.
Trailer is available, but not included in offer. Current date: 2019-03-07