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Savage Cruiser

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The Savage Cruiser in the foreground as accompanied by the Savage Cub on a mountain flying adventure

The Savage Cruiser was manufactured with particular care to details and attention to absolute comfort and elegance. This modern aircraft has the same structure of the Savage Classic but different and more gentle shape. You will be able to do the same special “jobs” typical of the Classic version, but with something unique in your hands, expecially if painted with our special paint schemes.

Standard Equipment
Airframe and Interior
 Complete reinforced 4130 "Tig" welded fuselage
 Large Cabin: 72cm (28.5 inch) wide at shoulder for pilot
 Front position for pilot when flying solo
 Powder coated (black or grey) comands and engine mount
 Reinforced engine mount
 PPG two part epoxy paint
 Single and large door
 Two cabin fresh air vents
 Right door opening during flght
 Large baggage area (max 20kg / 44lbs)
 Savage yellow or white paint scheme with lightning bolt (black)
 Fireproof firewall
 Rotax 912 UL 80hp
 Custom made exaust system (stainless steel)
 GT two blade wooden propeller (183cm / 70inch)
 Aluminium wing covered by fabric
 Two aluminium fuel tanks (total 68lt)
 Fuel selector valve - gravity feed fuel system
 Fuel sight gauge in wing root - fuel filter and basic drain
 Easy remouvable seatings with map pocket
 Four point harness - dual flight controls
 Single flap lever mechanism (3 positions)
 Elevator manual trim - dual pedal brakes
 Adjustable seatings - wooden floorboards
Hydraulic brakes - Tundra tires 8:00 x 6
 Matcho steerable tailwheel
 Aeronautical shock absorbers
 Sealed high energy Junkers battery
 Aluminium ailerons and flaps
 Negative setting of flaps for better cruise speed
 90 gr fabric for covering
 Aeronautical standard bolts (inch)
 Foldable wings for easy transport (time required: 30min)
 Bushing already welded into the fuselage for float version
Standard Panel
 Airspeed
 Altimeter
 Vertical speed indicator
 Compass
 Slip indicator
 Tachometer
 Hour meter
 Oil pressure gauge
 Oil temperature gauge
 Cht
 Key starter with magnetos switches
 Master switch
 Circuit brakers
 Choke control
 Low voltage warning light

Differences between Cruiser and Classic version
 New cowling design
 New panel housing
 New instrument panel
 More sloped front lexan
 Different shape of landing gear
 Bottom of the fuselage not flat
 Different window design
 Different wing tips and ailerons
 Different vertical tail design
 New protection (fabric) for the rear stick
 Vortex generators installed if desired
NOTE: Wings, fuselage, main constructive aspects etc. are the same for both the models

Characteristics (with Rotax 912 S 100hp)
Engine
ROTAX 912 S 100hp 5800 rpm
Fuel tank capacity:
68 litres (18 Gallons)
Propeller:
Wooden twin blade, diameter 183 cm (72 in)
Dimensions
Wing span
945 cm (372 in)
Length
651 cm (256.3 in)
Height
203 cm (79.9 in)
Wing surface area
14,2 m2 (152.85 sq ft)
Wing chord
156 cm (61.4 in)
Cabin width
69 cm (27.2 in)
Undercarriage gauge
180 cm (70.9 in)
Weights
Max take-off weight
560 kg (1234 lbs)
Weight unloaded
291 kg (640 lbs)
Effective load capacity
269 kg (591.8 lbs)
Max wing loading
39,4 kg (86.9 lbs)
Load factor
+6 - 3

Performance - Max take-off weight (560 Kg)
Vne
205 km/h (128 mph)
Max speed s.l.
188 km/h (117 mph)
Cruising speed 75%
170 km/h (106 mph)
Climb rate
4,8 m/s (945 ft/m)
Stall speed with full flaps
62 km/h (38 mph)
Max ceiling
4400 m (14400 ft)
Range 65 %
720 km (436 mi)
Required take-off space
110 m (361 ft)
[depending on the surface]
Required landing space
90 m (295 ft)
[depending on the surface]
Required landing space
with 15 m obstacle
190 m (623 ft)
[depending on the surface]
Cross wind component (max.)
29 km/h (18 mph)


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