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Flashcards in Aerobatic Aircraft Deck (75):
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Akaflieg München Mü30 Shlacro

-Only one produced

-Only photos online are of this yellow aircraft

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Mudry CAP-230 (none)

-Aircraft is a CAP-231 but belongs in the CAP-230 family. CAP-230/231/232 would all be acceptable.

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Yakovlev Yak-55 (none)

-Also similar to the Sukhoi Su-31 (none), a big difference being that the Yak-55 has two braces in a partial sliding canopy.

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Sukhoi Su-31 (none) 

-Built as a more powerful version of the Su-26

-Single seatlarge full bubble canopy

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk

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Zlin Z50L (none)

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Zivko/Edge 540 (none)

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Extra 200 (none)

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SAI KZ-VIII (none)

-Two built

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Zlin Z-226T Trener

-edit 10.14.2014 Justin: Name designation is Trener; changed from (none)

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Ultimate 10-200 (none)

-Homebuilt aircraft that was modeled after an RC

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Extra 330SC (none)

-330LX and 330LT are 2 seats, 330SC is the single. Note that the 300 series have square engine cowling openings.

 

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Zlin Z-226 Trener

-Fixed landing gear, two seat trainer.

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Piel CP.30 Emeraude

-Very similiar to the Mudry CAP.10 (none) which has a more rounded tail

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Sukhoi Su-29 (none)

-2 seat version of the Su-26

-There is always a window under the rear pilot as well on both sides of the aircraft. The Yakovlev Yak-54 (none) does not have this.

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Technoavia/Interavia SM-95/91/I-3 Slava/(none)

-Very few produced, exact numbers not shown on wikipedia

-Marketed outside of Russia as the Interavia I-3 (none)

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Yakovlev Yak-55 (none)

-Single seat variant of the Yakovlev Yak-54 (none)

-Fairly similar to the Sukhoi Su-31 (none). The Yak-55 differs in that in will have two braces in a partial sliding canopy while the Su-31 commonly has none or one.

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Mudry CAP-230 (none)

-Aircraft is a CAP-231 but belongs in the CAP-230 family. CAP-230/231/232 would all be acceptable. Rudder has the massive aft slope.

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Yakovlev Yak-54 (none)

-Looks very similar to its Sukhoi cousin the Su-29

-Gear look like they are under extreme duress

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UTVA Aero-3 (none)

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Mustang Aeronautics MM-1 Midget Mustang

-Marketed as a homebuilt in the US, 453 built

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SAI KZ-VIII (none)

-Two built

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Zlin Z-226 Trener

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Zlin Z-526 Akrobat

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Stolp SA-300 Starduster Too

-Too is the correct spelling Two would be incorrect

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Rud Ra-2 (none) 

-Production set to begin in 2013

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Sukhoi Su-26 (none)

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Mudry CAP-230 (none)

-Like the 222 manufacture might be listed as Apex.  Aircraft is a CAP-232 frame, it belongs to the CAP-230 family, CAP-230/231/232 would all be acceptable.

 

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Extra 230 (none)

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Yakovlev Yak-55 (none)

-Single seat variant of the Yakovlev Yak-54 (none)

-Fairly similar to the Sukhoi Su-31 (none). The Yak-55 differs in that in will have two braces in a partial sliding canopy while the Su-31 commonly has none or one.

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Extra 300 (none)

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Mudry CAP-20 (none)

-CAP is part of the number designation, according the Wikipedia only 12 were produced. Bulge on the side of the cowling and the engine exhausts both seem to be consistent unique features.

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Piel CP.750 Beryl

-Most commonly seen with the A brace in the window but not always

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Zlin Z-726 Universal

-Has retractable gear, the Z-226 Trener does not, and is a two seat aircraft.

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Aviat/Pitts S-2 (none)

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SIAI Marchetti SF.260 (none)

-Red Devils flight team of the Belgian Air Force (Diables Rouges).

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Mudry CAP.10 (none)

-Bears a strong likeness to the Piel CP-30 Emeraude but has a more rounded tail

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Extra 300 (none)

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Mudry CAP.10 (none)

-Bears a strong likeness to the Piel CP-30 Emeraude but has a more rounded tail

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Aviat/Pitts S-1-11B Super Stinker

-Different gear and tail 

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Sukhoi Su-26 (none)

-Has a small window directly under the cockpit on both sides that the Yakovlev aerobatic aircraft do not have.

-Trailing aircraft is a Sukhoi Su-29 (none)

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Yakovlev UT-1 (none)

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk

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American Champion 8KCAB Xtreme Decathlon

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Piel CP.750 Beryl

-Commonly seen with the A brace in the window but not always

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CAP/Mudry CAP 222 (none)

-Manufacturer might also be listed at Apex

Edit 3/31 Glenn

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Piel CP.750 Beryl

-Very similar to the CP.30 Emeraude. This aircraft most always has wheel pants, it also shares the same tail with the CP.30 which differentiates it from the Mudry CAP.10

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Zlin Z50L (none)

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Extra 330LX/LT (none)

-330LX and 330LT are 2 seats, 330SC is the single. Note that the 300 series have square engine cowling openings. The 330 has larger control surfaces than the 300.

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Pitts 12 (none)

-Only acrobatic radial engine bi-plane

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Pitts S-2C Special

-In general S-1 models are a single seat aircraft and S-2 models are dual seat. The S-2C has the angular rudder instead of a curved one.

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Sukhoi Su-29 (none)

-2 seat version of the Su-26

-There is always a window under the rear pilot as well on both sides of the aircraft. The Yakovlev Yak-54 (none) does not have this.

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Sukhoi Su-31 (none)

-Built as a more powerful version of the Su-29

-Single seat, large full bubble canopy

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Extra 330SC (none)

-330LX and 330LT are 2 seats, 330SC is the single. Note that the 300 series have square engine cowling openings. The 330 has larger control surfaces than the 300.

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Aviat/Pitts S-1T Special

-In general S-1 models are a single seat aircraft and S-2 models are dual seat.

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Piaggio P.148 (none)

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Mudry CAP-230 (none)

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Piel CP.30 Emeraude

-Very similiar to the Mudry CAP.10 (none) which has a more rounded tail

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Piel CP.30 Emeraude

-Very similiar to the Mudry CAP.10 (none) which has a more rounded tail

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Mudry CAP-20 (none)

-CAP is part of the number designation, according the Wikipedia only 12 were produced. Bulge on the side of the cowling and the engine exhausts both seem to be consistent unique features.

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UTVA Aero-3 (none)

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American Champion 8KCAB Super Decathlon 

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Zlin Z-726 Universal

-Has retractable gear, the Z-226 Trener does not, and is a two seat aircraft.

-Retractable gear also exist on the Z-326 model, telling the two apart then becomes nearly impossible.

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Extra EA200 (none)

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk

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Sukhoi Su-26 (none)

-Has a small window directly under the cockpit on both sides that the Yakovlev aerobatic aircraft do not have.

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Extra 200 (none)

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Yakovlev Yak-54 (none)

-Two seat variant of the Yakovlev Yak-55 (none).

-Very similar to the Sukhoi Su-29 (none). The difference being that the Yak-54 has gear that look like they are under extreme duress and could snap anytime. The rudder break seems to exit out the top of the vertical stabilizer on the Yak-54

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Extra 330SC (none)

-330LX and 330LT are 2 seats, 330SC is the single. Note that the 300 series have square engine cowling openings.

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Aviat/Pitts S-1T Special

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Zivko/Edge 540 (none)

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Pitts 12 (none)

-Only radial biplane

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DeHavilland of Canada (none) Super Chipmunk

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Mudry CAP.10 (none)

-Bears a strong likeness to the Piel CP-30 Emeraude but has a more rounded tail.

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Mudry CAP.10 (none)

-Bears a strong likeness to the Piel CP-30 Emeraude but has a more rounded tail.

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