Cicare CH-7 / CH-7B

1991


The CH-7 comes from the CH-6, but the engine has a dual ignition system, the airframe is stronger and all the systems have been improved according to the regulations in force.

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Technical data for Cicare CH-7

Crew: 1, engine: Rotax 582 rated at 48kW, rotor diameter: 6.0m, length with rotors turning: 7.15m, fuselage length: 5.45m, height: 2.08m, width: 1.60m, take-off weight: 310kg, empty weight: 170kg, max speed: 140km/h, cruising speed: 100km/h, hovering ceiling, OGE: 1500m, hovering ceiling, IGE: 2100m, endurance: 3h


Customized CH-7 with a combination of Mini-500 parts (blue).




CH-7 2000 "Angel", an upgraded CH-7 from 1996. To give the sport flight a higher reliability, Augusto created this ultra-light, single-seat, twin-engine helicopter that could land with only one operative engine, taking the safety to the first stage.


CH-7B (previously known as CH-6) single-place helicopter of 2009, powered by Rotax 912 ULS 100hp engine.


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