Only certified acro mouse I (think) know of is 150 HP Sport & 180
Hp..for sure C23 model. Not sure what the Canuck military 180 HP model is.

C23 or B23..but think C23..any case.

Given a choice between a 150 vs 180 HP acro mouse, I'd pick 180 (no
substitute for cubic inches)

However, 150 HP model (usually) is cheaper.


--- In, "docmirror" <docmirror@y...> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I was a member of Musketeermail a while back, and wanted to
> investigate the planes. I've now decided to get a plane and my first
> instict was a Navion(sorry, don't hate me). Well, I couldn't get
> at a resonable price for that platform so I've gone back to my roots
> would like to find any model of the Musketeer, Sundowner, or Sport that
> is certified aerobatic. I learned on a Citabria, and my first log entry
> reads "Aileron rolls L&R, spins". I was looking at one for sale out of
> Canada last year, but apparently it had "issues" so I passed on it.
> If anyone can advise me on an aerobatic model for sale, and what I can
> expect for a cruise and fuel burn I would be grateful. Most of my
> will just be boring holes in the sky, with occasional 200-500 mile
> The only Beech I ever flew was either a Sport or a Sundowner, I can't
> recall which. I loved the visibility, and the big plane feel. We are
kind of
> claustrophobic in the Mooney and Arrow cabins.
> Merci de advance,
> Doc,
> Ft Worth, Tx

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