Sonex Aircraft Complete Airframe Kits represent the best values in the aircraft market today. Savings come via a reduction of shipping over the life of the project.
Sonex Aircraft Complete Airframe Kits include many labor and time saving features including laser-cut skins with pilot holes, pre-formed wing and tail ribs, welded components, formed aluminum, and pre-molded fiberglass parts. A complete listing of kit components is below (click on the name of each component for a detailed description):
- Fiberglass Components
- Fuel Tank
- Fuel Tank Straps
- Titanium Gear Legs/Tail Spring
- Pre-Swedged Cables
- Blind Rivet Kit
- Aileron Counterweight Lead
- Bushing and Spring Kit
- Wheels, Brakes, Tires and Tubes
- AeroConversions Machined Tailwheel Assembly with Wheel
- Stainless Nose Strut Spring
- Tri-Gear Parts Kit
- Hardware Kits from WBParts
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Machined Angle Component Kit:
The Optional Machined Angle Component Kit can save approximately 200 hours of build time.
Machined Angle Components are standard in all B-Model Kits!
Those interested in scratch-building the Legacy Sonex (A-Model) may order any of the above materials kits after purchasing plans. Note: Scratch Building only available for Legacy (A-Model) Sonex.
What’s Not Included:
Engine: There are several approved engine options for Sonex aircraft, including: AeroVee & AeroVee Turbo; Jabiru 3300; UL Power 260 and 350 series; and Rotax 912 series. To find out more, view the Engines page.
Propeller: Sonex, LLC works very closely with propeller manufacturers to engineer optimum props for Sonex airframe and engine combinations. To find out more, view the Propellers page.
Instruments: Builders have many options when it comes to selecting instruments. Sonex sells MGL Avionics instrument packages direct to Sonex aircraft builders. To find out more, view the Instruments page.
Upholstry: Builders can make their own upholstry, or choose from Sonex Aircraft’s selection of attractive upholstry packages. For more information about Sonex interiors, view the Upholstery page.
Tools: Sonex Aircraft were designed to be constructed with minimal tools, however a small investment in your workshop will be required to get the job done. For more information about tools, view the Required Tools page.
The Bottom Line:
What Will my Project Cost? View the Pricing tab of each aircraft model’s home page for detailed pricing information, our download our completed aircraft cost estimating worksheet, and see why Sonex aircraft offer the Best Sport Aircraft Performance Per Dollar!