Ultimate Aircraft 10 Dash 100

Ultimate Aircraft 10 Dash

10 Dash
Role Aerobatic sport biplane
National origin Canada
Manufacturer Ultimate Aircraft Corporation
First flight 6 October 1985

The Ultimate Aircraft 10 Dash is a Canadian single-seat sport and aerobatic biplane designed and built by of Guelph, Ontario.

Design and development

The 10 Dash Model 100 was designed as sport biplane that could be either bought assembled or for amateur construction from either plans or a kit. The first prototype 10 Dash 100 first flew on 6 October 1985. It is designed to have either a 100 hp (75 kW) or 180 hp (134 kW) engine fitted for example a 100 hp (75 kW) Continental O-200 engine. It is a braced biplane with wooden wings and welded steel tube fuselage and a fixed conventional landing gear with a tailwheel and a single open cockpit. An aerobatic variant, the 10 Dash 200, is powered by a 180-200 hp engine. A competition aerobatic variant, the 10 Dash 300 can be fitted with either a 300 hp (224 kW) or 350 hp (261 kW) Lycoming engine with a three-bladed propeller. The 10 Dash 300 has a longer fuselage and longer-span wings with full-span symmetrical ailerons. A tandem two-seat variant, the 20 Dash 300, also joined the family.


10 Dash 100
Basic single-seat sport variant.
10 Dash 200
Single-seat aerobatic variant.
10 Dash 300
Higher-power single-seat competition variant.
20 Dash 300
Tandem two-seat variant with a single-piece bubble canopy.

Specifications (10 Dash 300)

Data from Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1989-90

General characteristics




  • Taylor, ed (1989). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1989-90. London, United Kingdom: Jane's Yearbooks. ISBN 0 7106-0896-9.
Military Accidents/incidents Records

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