SKYLEADER 400 is produced in three configurations, and each can be further customized to suit your needs and pocketbook.

BASIC – is just that, a basic aircraft with few bells and whistles.  TRAINING – includes the standard equipment package plus extras  CLUB – includes a flat panel display and choice of paint colors.

Basic

The BASIC version of Skyleader 400 includes items that are considered upgrades for other aircraft manufacturers. Notable among the standard features are an 80 hp Rotax 912 UL engine spinning a 3-bladed Woodcomp prop, cloth upholstery, and preparation for the installation of a GRS 600 Ballistic Rescue System.  The remaining standard equipment are those you would expect in a basic version of an aircraft:  Cloth upholstery, analog instrumentation and a one-tone paint color (white).

Training

The BASIC version of Skyleader 400 includes items that are considered upgrades for other aircraft manufacturers. Notable among the standard features are an 80 hp Rotax 912 UL engine spinning a 3-bladed Woodcomp prop, cloth upholstery, and preparation for the installation of a GRS 600 Ballistic Rescue System.  The remaining standard equipment are those you would expect in a basic version of an aircraft:  Cloth upholstery, analog instrumentation and a one-tone paint color (white).

Training

The BASIC version of Skyleader 400 includes items that are considered upgrades for other aircraft manufacturers. Notable among the standard features are an 80 hp Rotax 912 UL engine spinning a 3-bladed Woodcomp prop, cloth upholstery, and preparation for the installation of a GRS 600 Ballistic Rescue System.  The remaining standard equipment are those you would expect in a basic version of an aircraft:  Cloth upholstery, analog instrumentation and a one-tone paint color (white).

Club

The Club version of Skyleader 400 includes items that are considered upgrades for other aircraft manufacturers. Notable among the standard features are an 100 hp Rotax 912 ULs engine spinning a 3-bladed ground-adjustable Windspoon prop, dual control sticks with a second hand brake and parking brake, ELT, landing lights, radio and Mode-S transponder, flat panel GPS.  The remaining standard equipment are those you would expect in a club version of an aircraft:  Cloth upholstery, analog instrumentation and a one-tone paint color – white with foil striping, or a variety of solid colors.

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