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This is a unique opportunity to purchase a whole package of upgraded Fougas.
These are Fouga CM.170 Magisters that have been upgraded to the IAI Tzukit Standard.
The package consists of 20 aircraft and a large package of spares---over 8200 line items with 829,000 individual parts.
Please click on the two PDF Spec Sheet links to the right for details on each aircraft and a spares package listing.
This is a unique opportunity to purchase a whole package of upgraded Fougas. These aircraft are directly out of the Israeli Air Force. Disassembly and shipping from Israel will be an additional charge.
See aircraft details below.
The TZUKIT (IMPROVED FOUGA) is the standard trainer of the Israel Air Force (IAF) since 1980. It is a fully modified version of the CM-170 FOUGA, designed to meet the IAF requirements. The upgraded aircraft has been optimized for maximum flight and maintenance efficiency.
The TZUKIT aircraft is a multi-mission improved trainer. The aircraft has a single mid-wing, two cockpits in tandem, three-point landing gear, V-shaped tail assembly and carries its engines in the wing roots. This aircraft is used for primary, basic and advanced training and can also be used for light bombing and ground support missions.
Powerplant: TURBOMECA MARBORE VI-P
The cockpits of the TZUKIT are designed for greater training effectiveness. These cockpits offer more space, better man-machine interface and an advanced instrument panel providing more pilot comfort, convenience and safety.
The TZUKIT is supplied with a Marbore VI-P turbo jet engine. The engine includes:
The automatic starting system of the TZUKIT has shows a reduction of abortive starts, part of which are with engine flame out and reduction of unnecessary workload on trainees.
The TZUKIT fuel system gives better filtration and has more capacity as a result of the following:
The new LOX system installed in the TZUKIT is noted for its safety, easy maintenance and reliable operation.
Red strobe lights with intensity of 140 candle power and a rate of flash - 100 per minute
Prevention of cockpit illumination by:
Locating the back lamp properly
Painting of wing-tip tanks with absorbing paint