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 ESM Robin 2160 Blue
 Wing span     (spanwijdte)  2210 mm   87"
 Length  1757 mm  69.2"
 Flying weight  9.5 kg                            20.9 lbs               
 Radio  6 channels, 8 servos                                  
 Engine Gas       (benzine)  50cc

 Detailed specification continued:

 Wing area  72 dm2  7.75 sq.ft        
 Wing loading  132 gr/dm2   43.2 oz/sq.ft   
 Radio  6 channels, 8 servos (throttle, rudder, 2 elevator, 2 aileron, 2 flaps)
 Options  n.a.
 Documentation

 Instruction manual

 Testverslag Robin 2160 uit Prop 3/2009

 Testverslag Robin 2160 uit FMT 6/2009

 Manufacturers website  ESM-Website

 

Features:

Epoxy resin fiberglass fuselage and cowl, balsa built -up wing.

Wing Covering Material: Covering, painted, decals applied and clear coated. The aircraft has a beautiful flat. The covering material is a brand name covering which has a special paint adherant layer. The covering goes on clear, and is then primed and painted, then clearcoated.

 

All hardware included (screws, rods, fuel tanks etc...)

Hardware package and illustrated instruction manual included.

  

History:

A low wing fully-aerobatic two seat trainer, the R.2160 features dual 'stick-controls' and bubble canopy making it ideal for learning aerobatics. Because of its ability it can be quite often found at many aero clubs being used as an aerobatic trainer.

It is rated to +6g and -3g which is more than adequate for all but the highest level of competition.

The Robin R2160A is an all metal, low wing, aerobatic monoplane. It is powered by a 160hp (120kW) Lycoming O320D engine. It is stressed to +6 -3g and has a MTOW of 900kg. There is also a fuel injected model (R160Ai) and a non-aerobatic 120hp trainer (R120T).

These aircraft were originally designed by Pierre Robin and manufactured by Apex Aircraft but the type certificate has since been obtained by a New Zealand company called Alpha Aviation. This company had all the manufacturing jigs shipped to New Zealand and began deliveries of new build aircraft in July 2006. The type designations (R2160A, etc.) remain the same.

 

 

 

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