It is an ultra-light, single-seat, conventional helicopter. It’s the first one in this category, built with the same mechanical solutions than the standard category helicopters. The engine is a two-strokes, two opposed cylinders, developed by Augusto Cicaré starting from motorcycle engines parts. First flight: 1982

Overview

Data on design, manufacture and status

Design authority: Cicaré S.A.

Primary manufacturer: Cicaré S.A.

Parent type: No type defined

Aircraft status: Operational

Configuration

Primary flight and mechanical characteristics

VTOL type: Helicopter

Lift configuration: Single main rotor

Dedicated control device: Tail rotor

Crew required: 1

Crew seating: Other

Landing gear: Skids

Overall Dimensions

Data on aircraft size

Overall Height: 1.60 m (5.2 ft)

Overall Length: 7.53 m (24.7 ft)

Engine Details

Aircraft powerplant (lift and/or propulsion)

Total number of engines: 1

Engine designation: Cicaré Cicare reciprocating

Engine manufacturer: Cicaré Helicópteros S.A. (Motores)

Max continuous power: 55 kW (74 hp)

Weights and Performance

Data on aircraft weight and flight characteristics

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