The Pober Pixie is the answer to true light plane building and flying. The Pixie’s style is very reminiscent of the open cockpit flying of the helmet and goggle 1930’s. It is the result and influence that the late Ed Heath had on Paul Poberezny when Paul was a high school student with a desire to build and fly airplanes. The Pober Pixie is a truly economical light plane. Generally powered by 60 hp VW engines or Continental A-65’s, fuel consumption is approximately 3 to 3.5 gallons per hour. Large wings and full span ailerons make the Pixie a joy to fly and provide it with great controllability at low air speeds. This flying fun machine is also easy to handle on the ground for anyone with minimum tail dragger experience. Pilots can be confident of its wide stance j-3 style landing gear whether using paved or sod landing strips. Because of its traditional aircraft construction techniques, its highly detailed plans and the fact that it’s inexpensive to build and fly, the Pober Pixie has become a very popular sport plane with builders the world over.
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