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 Victa R2
Victa R2
The Victa R2 was a four-seater monoplane designed by Luigi Pellarini. The R2 was all-metal with a T-tail, retractable nosewheel suspension, and was powered by a Lycoming O-360 piston engine with 135 kW.
The prototype C/n 02-1 VH-MVR flew for the first time on February 15, 1961. In April 1961 it was decided at Victa to cancel the development in favor of the Airtourer, as it turned out that the production cost would have become too high.
The R2 was disassembled and stored at Milperra until the Victa plant was closed. It was later taken to Banksown where it remained in storage for many years.



Engine: 1 × Lycoming O-360, 135 kW
Length: 6.58 m
Span: 9.75 m
Height: 2.53 m
Empty weight: 539 kg
Max. take-off wt: 1120 kg
Top speed: 280 km / h
Service ceiling: 5547 m
Range: 1190 km
Crew: 1
Passengers: 3
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