Universal 1.1

$3,700.00

A wing for experienced pilots, allowing you to reach higher level of sport and cross-country flying

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Description

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Size 23 25.5 28 31 34
Certification  EN/LTF B  EN/LTF B  EN/LTF B EN/LTF B
Approval – ULM identification yes yes yes yes yes
Cell number 50 50 50 50 50
Surface area flat [m2] 23.00 25.50 28.00 31.00 34.00
Surface area projected [m2] 19.83 21.98 24.14 26.72 29.31
Wingspan flat [m] 10.83 11.40 11.95 12.57 13.17
Wingspan projected [m] 8.71 9.17 9.61 10.11 10.59
Aspect ratio flat 5,10
Aspect ratio projected 3,83
Sink [m/s] min = 1,1
Speed* [km/h] min = 23; trim = 37-52; max = 57 (+/- 3 km/h)*
Longest chord [mm] 2612 2751 2882 3033 3176
Shortest chord [mm] 601 633 663 698 731
Lines+risers length [m] 6.82 7.18 7.53 7.92 8.29
Total lines length [m] 344.01 362.82 380.74 401.20 420.70
Weight range PPG/PPGG*** [kg] 60-95 70-115 90-140 110-170 135-215
Weight range PG** [kg] 60-75 70-95 90-115 110-140 (135-170)
Weight of the wing [kg] 5.6 5.95 6.4 6.85 7.35
Distance betwen risers [cm] 42 46 46 46 45-60
Lines Technora 90 & 140 & 190 & 280 & 340 & 420
Cloth Porcher Classic 38 g/m2
Dominico 34 g/m2, Porcher Hard 40 g/m2, SR Scrim, SR Laminate 180 g/m2
Risers Pasamon – Bydgoszcz, Polska

* Speeds are given as estimated for the middle wing size and the middle of its weight range. These speeds can vary within +/- 3 km / h depending on the size, take-off weight and additional factors such as air pressure and temperature.

** The basic rule is to choose the size of the wing so that the take-off weight is in the middle of the weight range. Less weight on the wing (lower range take-off weight) can be considered for foot take-off, when flying in calmer conditions, or when we want to improve economy. More experienced pilots who want to fly dynamically, have higher speed and fly in more demanding wind conditions can consider greater wing loading (take-off weight in the upper range). This is a common option among trike users.

*** Note – the canopy significantly changes its behavior with increasing wing loading. The greater the loads, the greater skill and concentration of the pilot are required.

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