Corby CJ-1 is a single Starlet amateur-built aircraft, developed in the 1960s by the Australian aviation engineer John Corby for a competition held by the English company Rollason Aircraft Ltd in 1964.
Materials Starlet CJ-1 is primarily wood and finish tkanyu.V motor were used as various types, including the Volkswagen from 50 to 80 hp (37 to 60 kW) air cooled, Rotax 912UL 80 hp (60 kW) and 85 HP Jabiru 2200 (63 kW).
The kit includes:
Drawings aircraft 19 sheets.
Drawings in English.
The volume of the product 7 Mb.
JPG and PDF format
The scheduled performance of "Corby CJ-1 Starlet"
Number of places 1 person
Time of construction 1400 hours
Engine Aviakonversiya VW or other weighing 60-75 kg, 30-75 hp
Empty weight 204 kg (solid spar), 227 kg (removable wing)
MTOW 341 kg (solid spar) / 300 (removable wing)
Max. speed of 256 km / h
A cruise speed 185-205 km / h (engine 50-75 hp), respectively)
Fuel consumption at cruise 10 kg / h
Wingspan 5.65 m
Carrier wing area 6.3 m
Specific load 50 kg / m
Design loads + (-) 4.5 certified
The average chord of the wing 45 inches
Twist the wing root by 1.5 degrees
Airfoil NACA 43012A
Length 4.5 m