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Maule M7

The Maule M-7 is a family of single-engine light aircraft that has been manufactured in the United States since the mid-1980s.

Based on the Maule M-4, it is a high-wing, strut-braced monoplane of conventional configuration, available with tailwheel or optional tricycle wheeled undercarriage[1] and frequently used as a floatplane with twin floats. The basic M-7 has a longer cabin than its predecessors the M5 & M6, with two seats in front, a bench seat for up to three passengers behind them, and (like the M-6) an optional third row of "kiddie seats" at the rear. Extra cabin windows can be fitted if the "kiddie seats" are to be used. The MX-7 uses the same fuselage as the M-6,which is a modified M5 fuselage but the same wing span as the M-5, and incorporates the increased fuel tankage, Hoerner-style wingtips and five-position flaps designed for the M-7


Project Details

  • Model: Default
  • Painted By: Brian Smith
  • Date: September 9, 2020
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  • Compatibility: P3D4
  • Variants: Wheeled Ski
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Maule M7 Statistics

Number in Fleet
Passengers Range Ceiling Height Cruise Speed Max Speed Landing Distance Takeoff Distance Stall Speed
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4
550 mi
20,000 ft
146 mph
180 mi
275 ft
600 ft
49 mph
Landing and Takeoff stats is with a 50ft obstacle

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