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RANS S-6ES Coyote II

670 Airframe Hours:
670 Engine Hours
Date of Last Annual:
December 2012
Cylinder Pressure, all Cylinders:
87 Pounds
New Dec 2nd 2007 @ 394hrs
Prop Type:
70" Warp Drive Variable Pitch
100hp Rotax 912ULS
Engine Serial Number:
20 Foot Length:
34' 6" Wingspan
Fuel Tank:
18 Gallons
Weight on Wheels:
Empty 672, Gross 1200
Weight on Floats:
Empty 848, Gross 1350
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Mifflintown, PA 17059
Jay Trevorrow: 973-886-3020

Product Description

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Planes for sale

At first blush,

you'd think that planes and bicycles

don't have all that much in common.

Then again, it took a pair of

Ohio bicycle mechanics by the name of Wright

to introduce powered heavier-than-air flight in 1903,

so the connection's a lot firmer

than it might at first seem.

And it turns out that the connection doesn't stop there.

Just ask Randy Schlitter,

whose company started out building

sail trikes, land yachts and bicycles

before he turned his attention

to light and ultralight aircraft.

From a single plane

-- the RANS S-4 Coyote, introduced in 1982 --

the company would eventually have more than a dozen

kit and factory-fabricated planes on offer.

RANS planes are used as trainers and racers,

in addition to aerobatic use.

The RANS S-6 Coyote II

followed the company's first planes,

the S-4 and S-5 Coyotes.

It would probably seem familiar to the Wright Brothers,

what with its skeletal aluminum-and-fabric construction.

However, the Wright Brothers couldn't have dreamed

of a plane this forgiving and easy to fly.

They're popular as trainers,

and a RANS S-6 has also made two transatlantic flights

(something the Wright Flyer never quite managed).

This 1998 RANS S-6ES is a two seater

with a 20' length and 34'6" wingspan.

It has 670 hours on both the engine and airframe,

and had its last annual inspection in December, 2012.

It weighs in at a mere 440 pounds empty,

and has a 930 pound gross weight.

Its three-blade prop is powered by

an engine innovative enough for the plane it's pushing,

a 100hp Rotax 912ULS engine

that provides a cruising speed of

90 miles per hour (78 knots),

with a top speed of

120 miles per hour (104 knots).

Rate of climb is a respectable

1,000 feet per minute,

and range is 220 miles,

thanks to an 18-gallon fuel tank.

This particular model, built by Robert Givens,

includes snow skids in addition to

a traditional tricycle landing gear and pontoons,

making it even more versatile.

This RANS combines all the best of

classical and ultramodern airplane design

in a package -- and a price -- that can't be beaten.

Contact us today to see it for yourself,

or to arrange a test flight.


This plane is located in Mifflintown, PA 17059

Please understand I don't own this RANS S-6ES personally

I am a full time broker selling for a customer

My goal is to bring the buyer and seller together

I do my very best to tell you what I know

I encourage and very much support a pre-buy inspection

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