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The Still 17 Wing was designed to facilitate 'low and slow' flight. This wing is very easy to handle, even in slightly rough weather, and a dream to rig and derig. The Still Wing has great climb ability, which is traded off with a low cruise speed and low top speed. The stall speed is also low, which adds to this wing's great short-field capabilities. (More information at www.Trike-Wings.com).
 

Still 17 Wing Specifications and Performance*

 

Metric

Imperial

Wing area

17 sq.m

182 sq.f

Wing Weight

46 kg

101 lbs

Wingspan

10 m

33'

Dual Surface

35%

35%

Nose Angel (degrees)

120 deg

120 deg

Aspect Ratio

5.9

5.9

Folded Length

6 m

19.5'

Short Folded Length

3.9 m

12.8'

Wing Loading at 450 kg / 992 lbs

+6g -3g

+6g -3g

Stall Speed

40 km/h

25 MPH

Minimum Flying Speed

 46 km/h

29 MPH

Minimum Cruise Speed

56 km/h

35 MPH

Maximum Cruise Speed

72 km/h

45 MPH

Maximum Level Speed

93 km/h

58 MPH

VNE Never Exceed Speed

 104 km/h

65 MPH

Ground Roll

45 m

150'

Rate of climb

5 m/s

1,000 fpm

Sink Rate

1.8 m/s

360 fpm

* Performances taken at Sea Level with an all up weight of 350 kg / 770 lbs in an Aerotrike powered by the Rotax 582 engine (64HP) with a 'C' Gearbox.

 



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