Stallion: The Future
Following the success of the Colt 100 in the United States and Brazil, the Texas Aircraft Group is actively pursuing Stallion's certification through Brazil's ANAC, the Brazilian Aviation Agency. The Stallion is a high-performance single-engine aircraft designed by Caio Jordao, Founder of Inpaer and Texas Aircraft & Chief Designer of The Colt 100 and other successful airframes.
The group is currently in the process of building two variations of the aircraft, each featuring two powerplant options: the 200 HP Lycoming IO-360 and the 260 HP Lycoming IO-540 engines.
The Texas Aircraft Group anticipates that the Stallion will receive a special airworthiness certificate as a Light Sport Aircraft in Brazil by mid-2024. The group also expects FAA certification to follow under the proposed MOSAIC regulations.
Key features of Project Stallion include:
A single-engine aircraft with a high wing, tricycle landing gear, and seating for four passengers.
Equipped with four fuel tanks, providing a total capacity of 300 liters.
Stall speed without flaps: 58 knots indicated airspeed (KIAS).
Stall speed with flaps: 52 KIAS.
Maneuvering speed: 117 KIAS.
Cruising speed: 145 KIAS.
Maximum cruising speed: 160 KIAS.
Maximum continuous power speed: 160 KIAS.
Never exceed speed: 203 KIAS.
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 1300 kg.
Empty weight: 750 kg.
Constructed using aeronautical-grade aluminum with solid rivets and featuring a survival cell made from chrome-molybdenum steel.
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