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Encyclopedia - Safari 400

Safari 400 is a twin seat helicopter manufactured by Safari Helicopters in Florida, US in kit and ready to fly form. It was based on the Helicom single seat platform designed in the early 1950's by Harold Emigh and his son.

The Safari made its debut in 1992 at E.A.A National Convention in Oshkosh.

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Safari 400

Powerplant

Number Of Engines : 1
Powerplant type : Lycoming O-360 Engine
Max Power Rating : 134kW (180hp)

Dimensions

Length : 9.14m (30ft)
Height : 2.44m (8ft 0in)
Main Rotor Diameter : 7.92m (26ft 0in)
Tail Rotor Diameter : 1.22m (4ft 0in)

Weights

Empty Weight :
Max Useful Load : 295kg (650lb)

Performance

Max Speed At Cruising Level : 87nm (161km; 100mi)
Cruising Speed : 74kt (137km/h; 85mph)
Service Ceiling : 10,000ft (3,048m)


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