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Peña Bilouis - 180 Aerobat

EUR 75.000
Price includes VAT

Year 2012
Aircraft location Switzerland
Total time, airframe 95 hours

Advertiser status

Advertiser status: aircraft dealer

Advertiser's contact information:

Manager Stefano Scossa
Aeromeccanica SA
Aeroporto Cantonale Locarno 21
6596 Gordola
Phone no. +41-79-3370303

Pilot and Copilot Instrument Panels

Copilot Panel (Front) equipped with:
Magnetic Compass
Airspeed Indicator
Manifold Pressure Indicator

Pilot Instrument Panel (Rear) equipped with:
Airspeed Indicator
Vertical Speed Indicator (Variometer)
2 Inclinometers, one for straight and one for inverted flight
Funke ATR833S Radio 8.33 kHz, installed in 2016
Funke TRT800A Transponder S, installed in 2016
Oil Pressure Indicator
Oil Temperature Indicator
Cylinder Head Temperatrure and Exhaust Gas Temperature Indicator
General (Master) Switch
Alternator Circuit Breaker
Field Switch
Pump Switch
Radio Switch
Strobe Lights Switch
Navigation Lights Switch
Booster Pump Switch¨
Oil Pressure Warning Light
Flaps Switch
Starter and Magnetos Switch
Utilities and Spare Circuit Breakers

Battery, 12 Volts, 20 Ah
White with black and yellow accents, in very good condition
2 seats, grey interior
Description Very nice, Amateur Homebuilt Aerobatic Aircraft, certified in the French Restricted Category

The Bilouis is a development of the single-seat Peña Capeña.
Like the Capeña it is aerobatic.
Cantilever low-wing
Two-seats-in-tandem enclosed cockpit under a bubble canopy
Fixed conventional landing gear (Tail Dragger)
Good Visibility

Also Good for Travellingt. Good Range and performance!

Stick Control, Hydraulic Brakes, Electric Flaps

Wing Span: 8 m (26.2 ft)
Wing Area: 10 m2 (110 sq ft)

180 hp (134 kW) Lycoming O-360 four-stroke powerplant

Empty Weight: 610 Kg
Maximum Take Off Weight: 850 Kg (770 Kg for Aerobatics)

25 Kg Baggage Compartment

Fuel Capacity: 105 Liters Usable
Main Fuselage Tank: 60 Liters (45 Usable)
2 Wing Tanks: 30 Liters Each (For Travelling)

Good Aerobatic Performance, similar to a Single Engine Aerobatic Aircraft

Good Take Off and Landing Side Wind Handling

The Aircraft will be certified for +6 / -3 G at 770 kg and is built to substain +8 / -6 G's
Airplane time state Airframe Serial Number 32

Total Time: 95 hours

Engine, 180 hp Lycoming O-360-A1D, Serial Number: L-4727-36
Total Time: Around 2015 hours
Time Since Overhaul: 95 hours
Overhauled in 2012 by the previous owner (Valve Seats, Piston Rings).
Good Oil Analysis Reports

Propeller, 2 Blades, Metal, Constant Speed Hartzell Propeller HC-C2YK-1BF, Serial Number: CH12994
Propeller and governor Overhauled by MT Propeller, Germany in 2017, with EASA Form 1
Options Ellisson Carburettor
Christen Inverted Oil SystemSmoke Tinted One Piece Canopy
Aileron Spades
Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Electric Flaps
Strobe Lights
LED Landing and Taxi Lights
SkyTec Strarter
Ellison Carburettor, Designed by Ben Ellison US Made, High Quality, Very Efficient, No Float, Resistent to Ice, Capable to Work at any Angle, including Inverted
Remarks Manufactured in France by Mr Gilbert Paques

French Restricted Airworthiness Certificate issued by the

Construction completed and aircraft registered in 2012

DGAC, Direction Générale de l'Aviation Civile 26/05/2011

Permit to Fly renewed 08/05/2022 and valid till 16/05/2025

- Original Composite Main Landing Gear replaced with Grove Aircraft Landing Gear after ground damage (minor repair) occurred in 2017

- Tail Gear Spring replaced in 2017-2018 by Aéro Restauration Services with with interconnection to the rudder controls

- Electric Flaps Actuator rebuilt in 2017 by Aéro Restauration Services with an industrial actuator of 50 DAN (Deca Newton)

- Electrical Wire Harness remanufactured in 2019 by Aéro Restauration Services

- Wing Fuel Tanks overhauled and all Fuel Lines replaced in 2022 by Mobile Air Services in Bex, Switzerland

- Wing Spar inspected and Accepeted by OSAC for Aerobatic classification (in progress).
The aircraft will be classed in the aerobatic category in the next months

- No open items due

Specifications subject fo verification by purchaser

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