Aircraft of the Week: Piper PA-36 Pawnee Brave 375

The Piper PA-36 Pawnee is a single engine agricultural aircraft designed by Piper Aircraft and manufactured  from 1975-1981. The PA-36 started out as the PA-25, optimized for use with a more powerful engine, as well as new wings. Later development led to the Pawnee Brave 375 variant, which featured the 375 hp Lycoming IO-720-D1CD flat-eight engine.

The Pawnee Brave was designed primarily for agricultural use, specifically crop-dusting.

Features:

  • Three blade propeller
  • Single 375 hp Lycoming IO-720-D1CD flat-eight engine
  • Low wing

Specifications:

Horsepower: 375 Gross Weight: 4800 lbs
Top Speed: 116 kts Empty Weight: 2560 lbs
Cruise Speed: 113 kts Fuel Capacity: 375 gal
Spraying Speed: 87-104 kts Range: 417 nm
Rate Of Climb: 550 fpm Ceiling: 15000 ft

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