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  • Mini-Max models are ultralight aircraft sold as kits for amateur construction. First introduced and flown in 1984, over 1800 kits have been manufactured by Team Mini-Max in the United States. Originally designed by Wayne Ison and produced by TEAM Incorporated, the Mini-Max models are a single-seat and engine, low-cost, mid-wing ultralight aircraft.
  • Planes of Fame Air Museum’s Mini-Max is a model 1600R Sport that first flew in 1989 and is still in production. It was an award winner in Ultralight Class at multiple Fly-ins.



Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Team Mini-Max LLC
Year: 1994
Model: 1600R Sport
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Crew: 1
Max T/O Weight:  560 lb.
Span: 25 ft. 0 in.
Length: 16 ft. 0 in.
Height: 5 ft. 0 in.
Maximum Speed: 100 mph
Cruise Speed: 72 mph
Rate of Climb: 950 ft/min
Power Plant: 1 x 40hp Rotax 477, 2 cylinder piston engine
Range: 210 miles
Service Ceiling: 10,000 ft.
Armament: none


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