Comanche Wing Tips

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Part# 05-92000
MFR Model# 11050PR


Whether you own the twin or single engine model, as a Comanche owner you only accept the best in performance. The Comanche is one of the cleanest and most responsive of any factory produced aircraft. The Met-Co-Aire wing tip enhances ALL areas of performance, especially reducing stall speed and increasing stability of the aircraft upon landing.

Their design reduces drag while smoothing the airflow along the wing and control surfaces. By minimizing the vortices caused by the wing and actually having them start later their tip gives performance increases without the usual penalties. They CAN get increases in climb and in cruise. They CAN reduce stall without adversely affecting handling.

Typical Improvements are:
Increase cruise 4-6 mph
Increase rate of climb 75-100 ft./min.
Increase stability with more positive aileron control
Decrease stall speed 4-5 mph
Decrease distance for take-off
Gives a modern, more aerodynamic profile

All Met-Co-Aire products are constructed of hand laid up, aircraft grade fiberglass in a polyester resin matrix. They come covered with a white gel-coat that serves as a primer for painting. Their Cessna tips come with both FAA STC and PMA approvals.

Model Availability:
PA-24, PA-24-250, PA-24-260, PA-24-400,
PA-30, PA-39

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WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.



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