Our Bristell Spitfire has retractable gear and a top speed of 170 MPH with a 141 HP Rotax 915 Turbo Charged engine.
The Garmin 10.6 inch PFD with GPS, ground terrain display, traffic and weather will make you gleeful. The Garmin autopilot holds altitude and tracks the GPS signal. The optional Garmin GMC 507 module makes the autopilot operations very simple.
The Bristell is built to last. You enter the plane by stepping on the spar and not on the wing. You do not need to step over the flap, just step on the spar.
What is the best Light Sport Aircraft? The Bristell because it is:
We love the FITI ground adjustable propeller. The electrically adjustable FITI makes the prop easily adjustable by the pilot. Use the takeoff maximum climb setting or the top cruise speed in flight setting.
Adjustable rudder pedals help the 5' 4" pilot and the 6' 8" pilot to both fit in a Bristell.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The Bristell is wider than a Cirrus at 51 inches wide. Even the biggest pilots that are 6' 8" tall and weight 280 lbs are comfortable in a Bristell. The pilot has great visibility from the cockpit due to the wonderfully designed canopy. Dual LED lights located in the wings, make the Bristell easy to see and provide good visibility during taxiing and takeoff and landing at night.
The Bristell is strong. Massive bolts are used to attach the wing to the fuselage.
Wing Span 27 feet Width 51 inches Widest in class
Empty Weight 720 lbs Fuel 32 gallons Range 800 miles
Useful Load 600 lbs Storage 128 lbs. 44 lbs each wing 30 lbs in cabin 7 lbs hat shelf
Vne 155 knots...this is a strong aircraft +4/-2 G Forces
Cruse 120 knots... higher at altitude for our Turbo charged and fuel injected Rotax engine choices
Best Glide 65 KIAS Glide Ratio 11 to 1 Sink rate 600 fpm
Steerable nose wheel with dual shock absorbers
Top of the line Berringer one piece machined wheels and anti-lock brakes. Hand or Toe Brakes. NO FLAT TIRES!!!
Electric Flaps with 3 settings, 10,20,30 degrees. Fuel selector and flaps on center console for easy access.
Rotax Engines with dependable electrical output from a stator. No alternator, no bracket, no belt.
Light weight 9 lb FITI Prop or DUC Prop or Sensenich Prop or MT Prop
Made in the Czech Republic by Milan Bristela
Imported to the USA by Lou Mancuso. The Mancuso's FBO was started in 1946. Over 70 years in business.
Comprehensive Training following the Landing Doctor training syllabus. www.thelandingdoctor.com