Part# 01-20005
DescriptionPart Number
Acrolite Info Pack01-20005


We are the exclusive supplier of plans and materials packages for Ron Wilson's aerobatic aircraft design, the single seat Acrolite. Complete construction material packages for the Acrolite (16 total) can be purchased for under $10,000.

The Rotax 912 engine is used in the prototype. The Acrolite can also be built with the Rotax 532-618.

Acrolites are designed to be a quick, easy build for beginners. The biplane cruises at 110 mph, has a range of 250 miles, takes off and lands in 500 feet and has a surface ceiling of 12,000 feet. Empty weight is 495 lbs. and gross is 750. The airplane stands six feet tall, is 17' long and has 133 square feet of wing area. It is designed for sportsman aerobatics.

The Acrolite was chosen as one of two finalists in the Scratchbuild Design Contest which we sponsored.

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  • Kit Price Without Engine: ~$7,500
  • Plans Price: $300
  • Number of Seats: 1
  • Building Materials: N/A
  • Building Time: ~2000 Hours
  • Standard Engine: Rotax 912
  • Horsepower: 55-112
  • Wing Span: 20'
  • Wing Area: 133 sq ft
  • Empty Weight: 495 lbs
  • Gross Weight: 750 lbs
  • Takeoff Distance: 500'
  • Landing Distance: 500'
  • Cruise Speed: 110 mph
  • Top Speed: 130 mph
  • Fuel Capacity: 8 Gallons
  • Range: 250 miles
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