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Mooney M10 Cadet

The Mooney M-10 Cadet was a light aircraft manufactured by the Mooney Aircraft Company in the 1960s and '70s. The M-10 was similar in design to the A2A which was in production at the same time. Of the differences between the models, the M-10 had a traditional single tail vertical stabilizer while the A2A sported the dual vertical stabilizers. The basic design of the M-10 was based on the design of the ERCO Ercoupe which was purchased by Mooney in 1967.


General characteristics
Length: 20 ft 8 in (6.3 m)
Wingspan: 30 ft 0 in (9.1 m)
Height: ft in (m)
Wing area: ft² (m²)
Empty weight: 950 lb (431 kg)
Loaded weight: 1450 lb (658 kg)
Useful load: 500 lb (227 kg)
Max takeoff weight: lb (kg)
Powerplant: 1× 90hp Continental C-90-16F, 90 hp (67.11 kW)

Never exceed speed: 125 knots (144 mph, 232 km/h)
Maximum speed: 103 knots (118 mph, 190 km/h)
Cruise speed: 96 knots (111 mph, 179 km/h)
Stall speed: 40 knots (46 mph, 74 km/h)
Range: 484 nm (557 mi, 895 km)
Service ceiling: 12500 ft (3810 m)
Rate of climb: 835 ft/min (4.24 m/s)
Wing loading: lb/ft² (kg/m²)
Power/mass: hp/lb (W/kg)

Last updated April 25, 2009
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