MX Aircraft MXS

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MXS
Alejandro Maclean, MXS - Flickr - exfordy.jpg
Role Aerobatic
National origin United States
Manufacturer MX Aircraft

The MXS is a single-seater aerobatic aircraft built by MX Aircraft, a manufacturer located in North Carolina. The MXS-R is a race variant flown by several pilots in the Red Bull Air Race World Championship. The planes are all-composite in construction, piston-powered, low-wing monoplanes.

The two-seat version is called MX2 and has reached notable fame, becoming vice-world aerobatics advanced champion in 2010.

Specifications[edit]

Data from MXS Homepage

General characteristics

  • Crew: one pilot
  • Capacity: one (pilot only)
  • Length: (21.35ft)
  • Wingspan: (24 ft)
  • Height: (6 ft)
  • Fuel capacity: 219.55 litre (58 US gal) (optional long range 295.26 litre (78 US gal))
  • Powerplant: 1 × Lycoming AEIO-540EXP MT Propeller MTV9 203 20D blades, (250-380 Hp)

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