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1999 PZL M26 Airwolf, 870TTSN, IFR Equipped, with Garmin 300XL GPS, STec 55 Autopilot and HSI.
Avionics / Equipment
IFR equipped, with Garmin 300XL GPS, STec 55 autopilot and HSI.
Total Time: 870 hrs. TTSN
Engines / Mods / Prop
Engine: Lycoming AEIO-540-L1B5
Mods: The engine has been fitted with a supercharger by Turbine Conversions, with Normalized boost gaining seal level power to 15,000 feet. Because of this mod the aircraft is registered as Experimental, but it can be returned to Normal Category by removing the installation, which is a simple bolt-on. Turbine Conversions also accomplished the tail cone AD.
Prop: 870 hrs.TTSN
Interior / Exterior
Pristine factory paint, in white, blue and red.
This airplane is a one owner, one pilot, Rocky Mountain based aircraft with complete, detailed and consecutive logs. It has never been damaged and it has always been hangered. The aircraft has been described by its owner as "pretty much like new" and I believe that to be accurate. It has 870 hours on engine, prop and airframe. This aircraft is the last serial number sent to the US.
The M26 Iskierka was conceived as an economical plane for civilian pilot training and primary selection of military pilots. It offers training in both VFRand IFR flying and aerobatics. Its construction is partly based upon the twin-engine PZL M-20 Mewa utility plane (Piper PA-34 Seneca II, built under licence in WSK-Mielec). It shares the vertical stabilizer, rudder and main landing gear with the Mewa, while the wings and tail part of fuselage are unified to some degree. The plane is constructed according to FAR-23 rules. The main designer was Krzysztof Piwek.
Only a short series of 14 aircraft have been manufactured, of which four remain in Poland. The plane is still offered by the PZL Mielec and is certified in the US, Australia and Europe (EASA). In the USA it is offered under the name Airwolf or Air Wolf, and 8 were exported here, starting from 1996.
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