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Type sheet: bf108

BFW Bf 108 Taifun
Private Aircraft / General Aviation, Germany, 1936

[Technical Data] [Expo/Images] - [ BFW] [ General Aviation 1919-1938] [ Trainer 1919-1938]

Description:

The Taifun was the most advanced private aircraft
of its period. The design did set standards which
meet even todays standards.

 

Sizes and weights

Total Length :

27.231 ft

8.300 m

 

Greatest height :

7.218 ft

2.200 m

 

Wingspan :

34.843 ft

10.620 m

 

Wing area :

176.530 sqft

16.400 qm

 

Max take off weight :

3087.0 lbs

1400.0 kg

 

Weight empty :

1885.3 lbs

855.0 kg

 

Max. weight carried :

1201.7 lbs

545.0 kg

 

Performance data

Max. speed :

164 kts

303 km/h

 

Initial climb rate :

787.40 ft/min

4.00 m/s

 

Service ceiling :

16404 ft

5000 m

 

Wing load :

17.43 lbs/ft2

85.00 kg/qm

 

Range :

540 nm

1000 km

 

Endurance :

4 h

4 h

 

Propulsion

Kind :

KVau

 

Type :

Argus As 10 c

 

 

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Power rating (max.) :

237 hp

240 ps

 

Count :

1

1

 

Total power rating (max.) :

237 hp

240 ps

 

Other

Crew :

0

0

 

 

2+1

 

       

 

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