How much does it cost to build a Vans RV-7?
Kit prices effective: February 21, 2021, 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time
|Fuselage||$8,350 !||$9,280 !|
|Standard Kits – Total||$31,030||$33,980|
|QuickBuild Kits – Total||$48,675||$51,625|
How long does it take to build an RV-7?
The more advanced RV-7/7A, RV-8/8A and RV-9/9A standard kits with pre-punched parts take about 400-500 hours less. The most modern matched-hole RV-14/14A kit might take about 1000-1300 hours.
How much does it cost to build a Van’s RV 10?
Cost to build: The current price for the RV-10 from Van’s is $47,730 for the RV-10, and $34,900 for the RV-14.
How long does it take to build a Vans RV?
Based on reports from completed projects, we estimate current Standard Kits will typically take 1200-1400 hours over 18-24 months. A QuickBuild Kit may cut this by 35% or even more. Actual completion times have ranged from 70 days for a QuickBuild RV-8 to well over 20 years for some early RV-3s and RV-4s.
How much does it cost to build an RV airplane?
It is possible to build a simple VFR equipped RV for $45,000. To hit that number you’ll have to do some careful shopping, accept a used engine and forgo expensive items like a professional paint job and high-end avionics — but it’s possible.
How hard is it to build a Vans RV?
As a rough approximation, based on builder reports we estimate about 2000-2200 “person-hours” for an RV-3 or RV-4, but significantly less time is involved in the matched-hole kits used to construct subsequent designs. Our estimate for the RV-7/8/9 airplanes is about 1400-1500 hours.
How much is a rv10?
Most RV–10s are powered by a Lycoming IO-540 (260 horsepower); SR22s have a Continental IO-550 (310 horsepower)….Fly off.
|SPEC SHEET||Cirrus SR22 G–3||Van’s Aircraft RV–10|
|Price as tested:||$400,000||$250,000|
|Powerplant |||Continental IO-550N; 310 hp||Lycoming IO-540; 260 hp|