|SUPER REAPER Mark 2.
with balsa veneered wings £395
with built up wings £250
Balsa veneered wings with alloy spars.
wings bolt on.
Main hatch removed. 3 litre fuel tank on the CG. Retract air bottle, brakes air bottle
Large equipment bay. The wings are easily un-bolted. This leaves the fuselage
on its wheels which is handy for test running.
Front hatch removed.
Canard tail can have controlled surfaces , or left fixed.
Batteries in the front section.
Sprung noseleg £o/s
(not currently available)
Testing Mk 1 in cold weather.
Quick built sports jet model.
With fixed nose leg and main legs, plus wood parts to take retracts. £295
Wing span. 70 inches. [1.78 M] Length 59 inches.[1.5 M] Wing area 1650 sq.inches
Weight, ready to fly, less fuel . 16 lbs.[7 kg]. Engine 10 lbs and up thrust. MW54, KJ66. etc.
Kit contains; Ready veneered foam wings with alloy spars ready fitted.
CNC cut ply fuselage. Balsa fins and tail. Moulded canopy and hatch.
Main legs and sprung noseleg, Retract mounts,. Bolts, screws etc. Instructions.
Quick build? One customer had his fuselage assembled within half on hour. He flew it within the week.
We have had many reports from customers about the superb flight characteristics of the Super Reaper.
Take off from grass is no problem even with smaller turbines, and the smoothness of flight was often mentioned.
Several pilots who have flown Hotspot/Kangeroo models said they preferred Super Reaper!
'Exellent first flight, plenty of power from MW54, very smooth, and stable, easy to land'.
'smoothest climbout ever...holds level flight on 1/2 stick (MW54)...really manouverable but stable..'
more can you ask for in an everyday flyer sports jet -
good looks, inexpensive, good flying characteristics,
customer with MW54 engine reported level flight at 146 mph.
Another customer with MW54 uprated to 12 lbs thrust, achieved 200 mph with his Reaper!!
Over 250 kits have been sold!
Ready to go, 2 or 3 litre tank for Reaper (see accessories page)
Link to Reaper video from Rob Robotham
Jim Kane. Kirkcaldy, Scotland. Jetcat 180, changing to Wren 80. 'Fantastic flier'
Friedrich Tuchler from Austria.
SuperReaper-08-2008.wmv Video link
Tobias Sjogren from Sweden. '...a wonderful model, slow and fast, with KJ66...'
|Some of our customers
Brian H - Australia
Built up wing version with JP retracts & wheels
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