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Steen Skybolt Steen Skybolt taxying at Valle, Grand Canyon, Arizona in October 2005 Role Sporting biplane National origin United States Manufacturer Steen Aero Lab Inc Designed by Lamar Steen First flight October 1970 Status many flying Primary user private owner pilots Number built over 400 The Steen Skybolt is an American-designed light sporting biplane. Development The Skybolt was designed by Lamar Steen as a high school engineering project and the first example flew in October 1970. The aircraft has a classic structure consisting of a welded tube fuselage and wooden wings, all fabric covered. It is a tandem open-cockpit two-seat biplane and is stressed for normal aerobatics. The cockpits are frequently constructed as a single tandem cabin with an enclosing bubble canopy. Some aerobatic competition aircraft are built as single seaters with the front cockpit closed off. The original Skybolt had a 180 h.p. Lycoming HO-360-B1B engine, but powerplants of 150 h.p. up to 260 h.p. can be installed.[1] Operational history The Skybolt has become popular as an amateur-built sporting biplane, with over 400 aircraft having been completed from construction plans sold in over 29 countries.[1] A Skybolt won the Reserve Grand Champion Custom Built for 1979 at the Experimental Aircraft Association airshow in Oshkosh Wisconsin.[2] Sixteen examples were currently registered in the United Kingdom as at January 2009.[3] Specifications (version with 180 h.p. engine) Steen Skybolt Data from Simpson 2001 General characteristics Crew: 1 pilot Capacity: 1 passenger Length: 19 ft 0 in (5.79 m) Wingspan: 24 ft 0 in (7.32 m) Height: 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) Empty weight: 1,080 lb (490 kg) Max takeoff weight: 1,650 lb (748 kg) Powerplant: 1 × Lycoming HO-360-B1B piston, 180 hp (130 kW) Performance Maximum speed: 145 mph (233 km/h; 126 kn) Cruise speed: 130 mph (110 kn; 210 km/h) Range: 450 mi (391 nmi; 724 km) Rate of climb: 2,500 ft/min (13 m/s) See also Comparable aircraft Acro Sport II Pitts Special Sorrell Hiperbipe Notes ^ a b Simpson, 2001 p.521 ^ Sport Aviation.  ^ Pither, 2009, p.650 References Pither, Tony (2009). Civil Aircraft Registers of the United Kingdom. Air-Britain (Historians) Ltd. ISBN 978-0-85130-415-1.  Simpson, Rod (2001). Airlife's World Aircraft. Airlife Publishing Ltd. ISBN 1-84037-115-3.  v • d • e Lists relating to aviation General Timeline of aviation · Aircraft (manufacturers) · Aircraft engines (manufacturers) · Rotorcraft (manufacturers) · Airports · Airlines (defunct) · Civil authorities · Museums Military Air forces · Aircraft weapons · Missiles · Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) · Experimental aircraft Accidents/incidents General · Military · Commercial (airliners) · Deaths Records Airspeed · Distance · Altitude · Endurance · Most-produced aircraft