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Surrey, B.C. V3W 0X1

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Update, Morane N

The Morane N project continues, photos and progress report coming soon. (mike lee)


A note from Michael Lee - and the experimental nature of Graham Lee's aircraft designs

Nieuport 11  |   Nieuport 12  |   Morane  |   Sopwith  |   Miranda  |   Beamcraft

Nieuport 11

Designed and prototyped in the spring of 1984, the 7/8 scale Nie. 11 went through a hurried 10 hours of serious test flying before being loaded on a trailer for the trip to Oshkosh. Flight testing included the usual stuff, while I was watching, (and some “unauthorized” activities when I was not.)

Loops, spins, Split S and a 7000ft power dive were performed on C-IRCA (do not try this at home folks! Aerobatics NOT recommended! )

The 11 can be built with lightweight TUFF wheels and a Rotax 447 in the US Ultralight category. As a registered homebuilt, (or UL in Canada) it can be built in a range of variants including the Ni 17/24/27 and Siemens Shuckert D1. * Recommended powerplants include the Rotax 503, 447, or VW.

Construction: The structure is 6061 tube with pull riveted gussets and bolts. Wings and fuselage are fabric covered. Plans are designed for the first time builder with basic tools.

Span Main Wing 21.6 ft
Span Sub Wing 20.2 ft
Chord Main Wing 3.6 ft
Chord Sub Wing 2 ft
Wing Area 114 sq. ft.
Span Elevator 8.2 ft
Length cowl to tail 16.5 ft
Height 6.6 ft
Weight empty 254 to 300 lbs
Fuel Capacity 5 to 12 Gal US.
Gross Weight 550 lbs
Stall Speed 27 to 32 MPH
Cruise 62 to 80 MPH
Top Speed 85 MPH
Never Exceed (Vne) 95 MPH
* Engine (best performance) 503 Rotax
* Reduction 258:1
Propeller (flight) 72x33
Take off run 250 ft
Landing Roll 225 ft
G Factor (@ 550 lbs) +6/ - 2.8
Tubes 6061-T6
Gussets / fittings 2024 - T3
Build time 700 hrs