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The new Savage Cub, with his unique and new look (the main structure comes from our standard Savage Classic and Cruiser aircrafts but was totally redesigned) can be equipped with several professional options that offer to the Pilots the possibility to operate into the bush. We took care about all the aspects of the bushflying and we learned from the experience of the professional operators of the legendary Piper Super Cub.
With a basic Savage Cub you will fly an aircraft that will give you the feeling that only historical planes recall.

With some special options your Savage Cub will be able to land almost everywhere enjoying the freedom and the spirit of the real bushflying.

There are two ways for a Pilot to go from the classical point A to the point B...One of the most common way is to fly very fast, looking from the sky the beauty of the landscape.

We think there is another way...We offer to our customers another choice...

To fly slower, enjoying the special opportunity to put the wheels where we dream (according to the rules), immersing ourself into the nature and not only looking at the beautiful landscape that normally we observe from the sky...

Remember our philosophy : "runways are only an option for a Savage's Cub Pilot..."

"Fly in a remote area near or far from your base.
Camp for a weekend ..alone.. only you and your plane, and you will discover a new side of your fantastic passion... and probably also something more about yourself.
That's our mission...

New Savage Cub Features
New Fuselage Design
New X brace in the tail section
New X brace at the top of the cabin
New reinforced landing gear attachments
New landing gear design
New suspensions and new safety cables
New reinforced battery box attachments
New battery door panel
New vertical tail and fin design
New door and rear windows design
New larger baggage area
New comfort seatings
New aluminum bowl
New panel housing
New instrument panel
New firewall design
New aluminum cowling
New spinner
New wing tip
New reinforced flaps

Landing Gear
6 inch HD extended landing gear
Alaskan Bushwheels 29"
Alaskan Bushwheels 31"
Reinforced axles 1 ¼"
Matcho Performance brake system
AOSS suspension system
Safety cables
Reinforced tail leaf
De Luxe Leather seating
Aluminum side panels
Complete wooden floorboards
Left window partially extendable
Extended solid baggage compartment
Belly Pod Cargo
Cargo net
Cargo tie down rings
Camping Kit
Cessna style elevator trim
New Series UMA engine instruments
Rescue system
Airbag safety belts
Aerodinamic / Performance
Thrust line
Climb propeller (2m)
Rotax 914 turbo
Lycoming IO-233 LSA
Personal Bush Flying training

Characteristics (with Rotax 912 S 100hp)
Engine ROTAX 912 S 100hp 5800 rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 68 litres (18 Gallons)
Propeller: Wooden twin blade, diameter 183 cm (72 in)
Wing span 939 cm (369.7 in)
Length 640 cm (252 in)
Height 203 cm (80 in)
with Al.Bw 29" and extended l. gear
223 cm (87.8 in)
Wing surface area 14,2 m2 (152.85 sq ft)
Wing chord 156 cm (61.4 in)
Cabin width 67 cm (26.3 in)
Undercarriage gauge 186 cm (73.2 in)
Undercarriage gauge
with Al.Bw 29" and extended l. gear
200 cm (78.7 in)
Max take-off weight 472,5 kg (1041 lbs) - 560 kg (1234 lbs)
Weight unloaded
ULM-LSA version (basic)
296 kg (652 lbs)
Effective load capacity 176,5 kg (388.8 lbs) - 264 kg (581.6 lbs)
Max wing loading 39,4 kg (86.9 lbs)
Load factor +6 - 3 G

Vne 205 km/h (128 mph)
Max speed s.l. 185 km/h (115 mph)
Cruising speed 75% 165 km/h (103 mph)
Climb rate 5 m/s (984 ft/m)
Climb rate (climb prop) > 6,4 m/s (> 1260 ft/m)
Stall speed with full flaps 58 km/h (36 mph)
Max ceiling 4400 m (14400 ft)
Range 65 % 700 km (434 mi)
Required take-off space 100 m (328 ft)
Required landing space 85 m (278 ft)
Required take-off space
Configuration A
70 m (229 ft)
Required landing space
Configuration B
< 75 m (< 249 ft)
Required take-off space
Configuration C
45 m (147 ft)
Required landing space
Configuration D
< 30 m (< 98.4 ft)
Required landing space w 15m obst.
Configuration B
< 150 m (< 492 ft)
Cross wind component (max.) 29 km/h (18 mph)
Configuration A With Climb Prop, Vortex, Thrust Line and Extended Landing Gear
Configuration B Required landing space, with Climb Prop, Vortex, Thrust Line, Extended Landing Gear and Performance Brake System
Configuration C Required take-off space, with Climb Prop, Vortex, Thrust Line, Extended Landing Gear and Single Pilot
Configuration D Required landing space, with Climb Prop, Vortex, Thrust Line, Extended Landing Gear, Performance Brake System and Single Trained Pilot