Main Menu

Aero-Systems Cadet STF



The 1941 Culver Cadet was a 2-place low wing light plane powered by a 75hp Continental engine and capable of cruising at 120mph. After much design and analysis, Neal La France offers plans for a homebuilt version of the Cadet. The Cadet STF features a steel tube, fabric covered fuselage instead of the production wood fuselage. A considerable weight savings and double the strength was obtained with the new design. Prototype is powered by a 100 hp Continental engine.

Cadet STF

Engine: Continental C-90, 90 hp.         
HP range: 85-125
Wing span: 27 ft.                 
Wing area: 120 sq.ft.
Length: 18.5 ft.                 
Height: 5.5 ft.
Weight empty: 790 lbs.                 
Gross: 1305 lbs.
Fuel cap: 25 USG.                
Speed max: 175 mph.
Cruise: 130 mph.             
Range: 500 sm.
Stall: 50 mph.                 
ROC: 800 fpm.
Take-off dist: 800 ft.                 
Landing dist: 825 ft.
Service ceiling: 17,500 ft.             
Seats: 2.
Landing gear: retractable tail wheel


Engine: Continental O-200, 100 hp
Wing span: 8.23 m
Wing area: 11 sq.m
MAUW: 592 kg
Empty weight: 403 kg
Fuel capacity: 95 lt
Max speed: 282 kph
Cruise speed: 217 kph
Minimum speed: 88 kph
Climb rate: 5 m/s
Seats: 2
Fuel consumption: 22 lt/hr
Plan price (1998): $375





Copyright © 2023 all-aero. All Rights Reserved.
Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU General Public License.
slot gacor
rtp slot