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Company Name:    Little Wing Autogyros
Primary Line:         Gyro Kit(s)
Location:                Arkansas

Owner/President:   Ronald Herron
Sales Contact:        Kris Irvin
Support Contact:    Ronald Herron

Address:        746 Hwy 89N
                     Mayflower, Arkansas
                     United States, 72106

Phone:          (501)470-7444

Little Wing Autogyros was established in 1995 to provide a homebuilt, tractor configured enclosed autogyro that is not prone to PIO,PPO. These aircraft have centered engine thrustlines and large horizontal tails. Construction is 4130 chromoly tubing.
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We Manufacture:
Gyro Kits(s) For Single Seat(s)
We estimate 3 completed models flying since June 18, 1995.
The average buildtime is 800 hours, Other engines that can be used are: VW, Subaru, Rotax.
LW-3 Notes:
These machines can accomodate a tall pilot with comfort. Almost any engine can be adapted to these frames. Empty weight 300- 450 depending on powerplant selection. Gross weight: 800 lb. Cruise 65-70 mph Standard fuel: 9 gal.
Gyro Kits(s) For Single Seat(s)
We estimate 2 completed models flying since June 16, 1995.
The average buildtime is 800 hours, Other engines that can be used are: VW, Subaru EA-81, Rotax, McCulloch, 2si.
LW-2 Notes:
Same construction as LW-3. These machines are controlled in the pitch axis by conventional aircraft elevator. The ultimate in pitch authority and safety. (Modified technique required in ground handling)
Gyro Kits(s) For 2 Seat Tandem(s)
LW-3+2 Notes:
These aircraft are modified versions of the successful single-seat version. Control system is dual, Morse push-pull cables providing redundancy in the control system. Empty weight ranges from 450-520 depending on powerplant used. Gross weight: 1100 lb. Standard fuel: 13 gal. Cruise 70-75 mph
Bensen T-tail
Gyro Kits(s) For Component(s)
Bensen T-tail Notes:
Tube and fabric vertical, rudder and horizontal tail for the Bensen Gyrocopter. T-tail horizontal provides major pitch dampening and stability. Weighs same as standard Bensen wooden tail. No airframe modifications required. Price: $650
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