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Jet Shark
Jet Shark
© Gryf design

When 300km/hour is not enough, there are some ideas to create jet-powered aircraft using Shark design, so You could fly 400-500 km/hour according to used engine.

Price-induction jet looks nice for that purposes : 
At Take Off Power, you can get up to 255daN, consuming 80kg/h of fuel for the DGEN 380 and 330daN with 100kg/h fuel consumption for the DGEN 390.

www.price-induction.com

of course - this kind of aircraft cannot be called Ultralight, although its empty weight could be  very similar

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Gryfair.cz GRYF magazine Written about us UltralightFLYING!, June 2006: Riding the LSA SportRider
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UltralightFLYING!, June 2006: Riding the LSA SportRider Print E-mail
Written by Jaroslav Dostál   
Thursday, 22 June 2006 16:49
USAEvery aircraft has some unique visual feature that sets it apart from other similar-looking types in its class. With a fairly typical front end and wing planform for a tri-gear, high-wing airplane, the SportRider profile may not grab your attention until you get to the tail. Looking like a shark fin, the raked-back vertical stabilizer protruding high above the tail section may have been included to set the design apart, or maybe the designer felt such a shape provided some benefit in performance or safety value. In any case, you'll have no problem picking out a SportRider on a crowded airport ramp among all the other general aviation planes...

UltralightFLYING! (www.ulflyingmag.com)