The Mudry CAP 10 is a two-seat training aerobatic aircraft first built in 1970 and still in production in 2007. The plane was developed from the Piel Super Emeraude and was born as the CP100. The name changed to CAP 10, where the CAP for "Constructions Aéronautiques Parisiennes". The CAP 10 was manufactured by Mudry (name of its designer) in Bernay, France, bought by CAP Industries which then became Apex Aircraft.
Following the bankruptcy of Apex in 2008, rights to produce spares were awarded to Dyn'Aviation. Number build is more than 300 .
Throw in the option to choose between glow and electric power, and you have a sport plane suitable for every hobby requirement.
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|Winspan: 1500mm (59.1 in)|
|Length: 1205mm (47.4 in)||
|Weight: 3300 g (7.3 lbs)|
Wing span: 1500 mm
Fuselage: 1205 mm
Weight: 3100-3300 g
Glow Engine: .60 (2 stroke) / .91 (4 stroke)
Electric Motor: 870 watt (PULSAR 60)
Battery: Lipo 14,8V 5000 mAh
Radio req.: 5 channels / 6 servos