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    Piper Pacer Aircraft Information

    The PA-20 Pacer is a four-seat, strut braced, high-wing light aircraft built by Piper Aircraft in the post-World War II period. The capacity of the Pacer is one crew member and three passengers. Empty weight is 1100 lb (503 kg) and loaded weight is 2000 lb (907 kg). Cruise speed is 113 knots (135 mph, 216 km/h), stall speed is 42 knots (48 mph, 78 km/h), and maximum speed is 123 knots (142 mph, 227 km/h).

    Piper produced the PA-20 Pacer from 1950 to 1954 and 1120 were built. The Pacer features a steel tube fuselage and an aluminum frame wing, covered with fabric, much like the famous Piper J Series and Super Cub. Variant models of the Pacer include the PA-20, PA20S, PA-20 115, PA-20S 115, PA-20 135, and PA-20S 135. Prized for its ruggedness, spacious cabin, and, for its time, impressive speed, many Pacers still fly today.

    The PA-20 Pacer was first designed as a tailwheel aircraft and had some limited forward visibility on the ground and more demanding ground-handling characteristics. All models of the PA-20 had conventional landing gear. The PA-20 and PA-20S were powered by a 125 hp Lycoming O-290-D engine. The PA-20 115 and PA-20S 115 were powered by a 115 hp Lycoming O-235-C1 engine. The PA-20 135 and PA-20S 135 were powered by a 135 hp Lycoming O-290-D2 engine. In 1953, the Pacer was redesigned and offered as the Tri-Pacer with a nosewheel instead of the tailwheel landing gear.

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