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Quick Overview

Compatible with: FSX and FS2004

Piper Aircraft manufactured only two high-wing, tricycle-gear aircraft: the PA-22 Tri Pacer and PA-22-108 Colt.

The original Piper PA-22 Tri Pacer was powered by a 125hp Lycoming O-290-D engine. It was also the last aircraft in production to have metal tubing and fabric covering. Piper Corporation had high sales of the Tri-Pacer designs.

The four-seat PA-22 was produced from 1949 to the early 1960s. A smaller 2-seat Colt based on the Tri-Pacer was used as a trainer.

Designer Brian Gladden has created this set of six different Tri-Pacers for FSX and FS2004 users: Yellow Stripe, Red Stripe, Blue Stripe with Wheel pants, Green stripe with Wheel pants, Red Stripe with Floats and Green Stripe with Floats.

Specifications
Wing Span: 29 ft 4 in
Length: 20 ft 7 in
Height: 8 ft 4 iin
Engine: One 125hp Lycoming O-290-D
Empty Weight: 1,100 lbs. (PA-22-150)
Maximum Take-off Weight: 2,000 lbs. (PA-22-150)
Maximum Cruise Speed: 114 kts
Stall Speed, no power flaps up: 91 kts
Stall Speed, no power flaps down: 64 kts
Rate of Climb: 725 ft/min
Ceiling: 15,000 ft
Range: 460 miles

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Additional Information

SKU s564
Date Added May 1, 2009
Flight Simulator FSX, FS2004

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