Best Off Skyranger
|Type||Ultralight aircraft, Sport aircraft, Civil utility aircraft|
|Configuration||High wing aircraft|
|Propulsion||Propeller aircraft, Single-engine aircraft|
|Manufacturer||Best Off Aviation|
Sky Ranger is a two seats piston engine ultralight (LSA in USA), available from the company Best Off. It was designed by French Engineer Philippe Prévot in the 90's and was originally sold by the company Synairgie.
It is built of strait aluminum tubes bolted together and has nearly no welded or bent parts. The structure is covered by Dacron Fabric Socks for the wings and laced Dacron Fabric for the other parts. It can be powered with small 2 strokes engines (like the 50 hp Rotax 503) up to 100HP 4 strokes like the ROTAX 912 ULS. It has won 6 World Ultralight Championship but still is an the very easy to built / very easy to fly ultralight.
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