The PA-20 Pacer was developed and manufactured by Piper Aircraft in the 1950’s as a four seated version of the Piper PA-17 Vagabond. This classic aircraft was further developed with a more powerful engine and tricycle landing gear, eventually resulting in the Piper PA-22 TriPacer.
- Four seated, single engine aircraft.
- Conventional landing gear (later converted to a nosewheel landing gear for the PA-22)
- Strut braced, high wing
|Horsepower: 135||Gross Weight: 1950 lbs|
|Top Speed: 121 kts||Empty Weight: 1020 lbs|
|Cruise Speed: 109 kts||Fuel Capacity: 36.00 gal|
|Stall Speed (dirty): 42 kts||Range: 470 nm|
|Ground Roll: 1120 ft||Ground Roll 780 ft|
|Over 50 ft obstacle: 1600 ft||Over 50 ft obstacle: 1280 ft|
|Rate Of Climb: 620 fpm||Ceiling: 15000 ft|
These specifications are based on the 135hp variant of the Piper Pacer. These have been provided by PilotFriend, and can be found here.