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Gliders with JET engine
Schleicher ASW 20 CL-J as self-sustainer
Version 'Heimkehrhilfe' and 'Eigenstarter'
2 texture variants: D-KBJE and PH-737
The zip file contains 2 jet versions, 'Heimkehrhilfe' and 'Eigenstarter'.
'Heimkehrhilfe': climb rate 1 m/s at 130 km/h, 0 m/s at 160 km/h
'Eigenstarter' : climb rate 4 m/s at 130 km/h, 0 m/s at 265 km/h
Thanks to Britta Pulz who provided me with the panel picture !
Glide ratio 1:46.5 at 105 km/h
Schleicher ASG 29-J
The ASG 29 , a high performance glider of the 18 m class resulted from the ASW 27 B
The ASG 29,
Glide ratio 1:52 at 125 km/h
Schleicher ASW 22 BL-J as self-sustainer
The ASW 22 BL is a Open Class High Performance Glider, which has been further developed
from the ASW 22. The ASH 25 wing with its larger span and greater strength has been combined with the
upgraded fuselage of the ASW 22.
First flight was in 1991
Glide ratio 1:62 at 110 km/h
DG-800-J as self-sustainer
The DG-800 is a performance single-seater of the 18 m class.
Glderatio 1:52 at 110 km/h
Schleicher ASK21-J as self-sustainer
The ASK 21 was built since 1979 with over 650 pieces and is standard as a glider for
the training today. The aircraft is robustly, flies himself easily and is suitable for
Glide ratio 1:33.5 at 90 km/h
Blanik L-13 TJ as self-sustainer
The L-13-TJ is an experimental motor glider fitted out with a jet engine TJ100A with
take-off thrust 1,30 kN from PBS (První brnenská strojírna Velká Bíteš). It was used
as a single-seat motor glider.
Glide ratio 1:28 at 86 km/h
DFS Habicht 6m 'Stummelhabicht' with jet engine
The Habicht 6m with jet engine is an imagination project. It was never built in the reality.
This version reaches a speed of about 210 kts (400km/h) at full power and flying this airplane makes
a lot of fun.