My Teratorn Ultralight Aircraft, from Boxes to First Flight.
In 1984 my friend and I each bought a Teratorn ultralight. After a year or so of research on Ultralight Aircraft kits, we decided on this brand based on the engineering design of the aircraft.

 

YouTube Videos of Tierra Ultralight Aircrafts


 
 
  

Tierra UL Specifications
Engine: Rotax 277 (268 cc) 28 hp
Static thrust: 180 lbs
Empty wt: 249 lbs
Wing span: 30’6”
Wing area: 155 sq.ft
Height: 5’8”
Length: 18’6”
Fuel cap; 5 USG
Construction: Aluminium, Dacron, Steel
Max wt: 500 lb
Stall: 24 mph
Max speed: 60 mph
Vne: 70 mph
Climb rate: 500-600 fpm
Design limit: +6, -3g
Glide ratio: 10-1
Wing loading: 3.23 lbs/sq.ft
Power loading: 17.86 lbs/hp

 

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Amateur Radio: Hamming it up since 1976. I got my Novice License, 5 wpm code (KA4SIO) after my FCC 2nd class license.
Then tested for General Class, passed but failed 13 wpm code, did get my Technician class license, N4FJI. A few years ago I upgraded to General class license with a code waver and kept the same call sign.

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