Belite manufactures true single seat airplanes. They meet FAR Part 103 criteria and do not require a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) pilot’s license or aircraft registration, but their advanced aerodynamic design and technology provide the handling and utility of heavier aircraft. They are available in both kit and completed versions.
|Engine||36HP to 50HP 2- stroke engines. Also 4-stroke 1/2VW engine with 45HP|
|Seats||1 (FAR 103 requirement)|
||5 gallons (FAR 103 requirement)|
||<= 28 MPH with aircraft weight of 254 pounds, 170 pound pilot, 30 pounds fuel|
||Varies from 200 pounds to 278 pounds depending on configuration|
|Up to 250 pounds depending on configuration and engine.
Maximum recommended pilot weight with 36HP engine is 200 pounds
|Endurance||1:20 to 2:30 depending on engine|
|Range||60 miles to 130 miles depending on engine|
||80’ to 500’ depending on engine|
||100’ to 500’ depending on pilot skill|
|Rate of Climb
||150 to 700 fpm at Sea Level, standard conditions, depending on engine|
||50 to 62mph depending on engine|
|Vne||72 mph (UltraCub) 80 mph (ProCub)|
||26’ 2” (UltraCub); 28’ 0” (ProCub Lite)|
||112.5 square feet|
||+3.8 / -2.0 (.063” Aluminum Lift Struts) (ProCub)|
All specifications are based on manufacturer’s calculations and are subject to change without notice. This aircraft has NOT been certified by the FAA or any other authority. FAR 103 COMPLIANCE IS ALWAYS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OPERATOR, NOT BELITE AIRCRAFT.