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1961

Cicare CH-1

The first helicopter designed and built by Augusto Cicare is a single-seat single-engine with two counter-rotating coaxial rotors. Each rotor has two blades. The cyclic control varies the inclination of the rotors axis. The airframe is made of steel tubes. The four stroke, four opposite cylinders engine was designed and built by Augusto too

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Technical data for Cicare CH-1

Crew: 1, engine: 1 x Cicare 4-cylinder air-cooled piston engine, rated at 45kW, rotor diameter: 6.0m, length with rotors turning: 6.80m, height: 2.15m, width: 1.60m, take-off weight: 330kg, empty weight: 225kg, max speed: 129km/h, cruising speed: 95km/h, hovering ceiling, OGE: 1500m

Comments 
heels, e-mail, 23.09.2011

is there a plant in the Philadelpphia area?

polo, e-mail, 14.06.2011

four opposite cylinders engine was designed and built by Augusto too.

Clarina, e-mail, 21.01.2007

is there a plant in the Philadelpphia area?

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