Tierra ultralight sails, T Bird ultralight sail sets, ultralight sails for the T Bird ultralight aircraft by Golden Circle.

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T-Bird 1 (formally called the Tierra) by Golden Circle Aircraft.

Empty Weight: 243 lbs.
Gross Weight: 577 lbs.
Wing Span: 31 ft.
Wing Area: 154. sq. ft.
Engine: 447 Rotax
Cruise Speed: 60 m.p.h.
Stall Speed: 25 m.p.h.
VNE: 90 m.p.h.
Construction: aluminium tube/dacron
Building time: 100 Hrs.

Golden Circle T Bird ultralight aircraft.

The T-Bird 1 has been in production since 1989. It is a taildragger in a pusher configuration, some of the standard features include instruments and fuel tank. 

Options include various engines, tri-cycle landing gear, enclosed cabin, electric start brakes, tundra tires, floats, strobe light, shoulder harness and ballistic parachute. 

T - Bird, Tierra 2 place sail set.
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T - Bird, Tierra single place sail set.
(does NOT include cabin enclosure)




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