2010 Rotorsport Calidus

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Price:
48 000 GBP
Posted:
3 months ago
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656
Make
Rotorsport
Model
Calidus
Year
2010
Seller
WilcoAviation
Location
Lee on Solent, United Kingdom
Condition
Pre-owned
Seller type
Broker
Total Time
480 h
Undercarriage
Other
Seats
2
Flight Rules
VFR Day
Registration
G-IROS

Highlights

  • Wilco Aviation are pleased to have exclusively listed this stunning RotorSport UK Calidus currently located at Lee on Solent

Exterior

  • Exterior Blue
  • Exterior – 8/10

Interior

  • Interior Blue & Black
  • Interior – 9/10

Maintenance

  • LAST PERMIT: January 2024
  • PROP OVERHAULED: New in 2010

Specifications

Seat Configuration
1+1
Gross Weight
500 Kg
Empty Weight
350 Kg
Useful Load
150 Kg
Fuel Capacity
75 l

Engine

Manufacturer, Model
Rotax, 914 UL
  • PROP OVERHAULED: New in 2010
  • (86 kW) Rotax 914 UL Turbo giving extra power for those shorter take offs
Power
115
Fuel Type
Avgas UL91

Avionics

Other
  • Skyview GPS
  • Air Speed Indicator (ASI)
  • Altimeter
  • Pneumatic Pitch / Roll Trim
  • Rotor Brake
  • Digital Rotor Brake Temperature Display
  • 12v Power Socket
  • Compass
COM
Funke, ATR833A-II

Additional Remarks

  • RotorSport Calidus is a German tandem two-seater autogyro modified in the UK to meet British Civil Airworthiness Requirements CAP643 Section T. The Calidus is an enclosed-cockpit development of the open-cockpit RotorSport UK MT-03. New-build AutoGyro Calidus aircraft are imported from the manufacturers, AutoGyro GmbH in Hildeshem, Germany and completed to British regulations by RotorSport UK Ltd.
  • This Calidus is powered by a 115 hp (86 kW) Rotax 914 UL Turbo giving extra power for those shorter take offs. Fuel capacity is either 39 litres in a single tank or 74 litres in two tanks. The Calidus has an aerodynamic fuselage pod, giving 20 knots higher maximum speed than the MT-03. While the open-cockpit MT-03 (which continues in production) is promoted as a “motorbike in the skies”, the Calidus is aimed at a different market. The Calidus’ fully enclosed cockpit protects the occupants from exposure to inclement weather, while the aircraft’s higher cruise speed makes it more suitable for long-distance touring.
  • The panel is equipped with conventional instruments complimented by the panel mounted Skyview GPS. A ground-adjustable propeller has been fitted and set up to give the best performance.
  • The Calidus has a take off distance of 10 to 70 metres and lands in 15 metres, or can land vertically in some circumstances. Flying speeds range from 20 mph (32 km/h) to 120 mph (193 km/h).
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