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IAF Tzukit. 25 A/C FOR SALE. Dimensions Length: 32.97ft (10.05m) Width: 39.90ft (12.16m) Height: 9.09ft (2.77m). Specifications. Performance Max Speed: 444mph (714kmh; 386kts) Max Range: 575miles (925km) Rate of Climb: 3,345ft/min (1,020m/min)

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iaf tzukit

IAF Tzukit

25 A/C FOR SALE

specifications
Dimensions

Length: 32.97ft (10.05m)

Width: 39.90ft (12.16m)

Height: 9.09ft (2.77m)

Specifications

Performance

  • Max Speed: 444mph (714kmh; 386kts)
  • Max Range: 575miles (925km)
  • Rate of Climb: 3,345ft/min (1,020m/min)
  • Service Ceiling: 36,079ft(10,997m ; 6.8miles)

Structure

  • Accommodation: 2
  • Hardpoints: 2
  • Empty Weight: 4,740lbs (2,150kg)
  • MTOW: 7,048lbs (3,197kg)
history in the iaf
History in the IAF
  • IAF Modification of the 1960’s Fouga Magister
  • Decision to improve in order to extend life
  • Improvements designed by IAF engineers
  • Engine improvements performed by Bet Shemesh Engines
  • Structural and systems changes by Israel Areospace Industries (IAI)
  • Tzukit – Training aircraft at the IAF Academy
major improvements from the fouga magister
Major Improvements from the Fouga Magister
  • Turbomeca Marbore II engine replaced with Marbore VI-P
    • New automatic/computerized ignition
    • Less flight cancellation
    • Less engine removals
    • Higher credibility
  • Structural Improvments – longer life
  • Maintenance Improvements
    • Lower person/plane ratio
    • Less frequent maintenance
    • Faster dismantling and assembly
more improvements from the fouga magister
More Improvements from the Fouga Magister
  • Gas oxygen replace with liquid
  • Air conditioning system improvements
  • Acoustic isolation installed
  • New instruments and gauges installed
  • Internal illumination installed
  • Comfort improvements to seats
  • Wing improvements (anti-corrosion treatments)
  • Landing gear and fuel tank panels strengthened
  • New approach/access openings added
  • Cockpit improvements and canopy strengthening
  • Fuel system improvements (new pump, filter, valves, faucets, pipes)
  • Smoke systems installed
  • Braking system improvements (sensitivity, reliability)
  • Landing gear improvements
  • Steering control improvements
  • Hydraulic systems improved (pump, emergency pump, pressure filters)
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