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The Twin Bonanza is an all-metal low-wing cantilever lodge monoplane at first fueled by two wing-mounted Lycoming GO-435 cylinder motors each with a wooden two-bladed propeller. The lodge has space for six individuals on seat seats, three in the front and three in the back got to by a side entryway on the right side. To access the entryway retractable three-tread steps is utilized. The Twin Bonanza has a tricycle arrival gear with the nose wheel withdrawing rearwards and the fundamental arrival gears withdrawing incompletely into the motor nacelles, this leaves the tire presented to help with the occasion of a wheels-up landing.
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Twin Bonanzas were intended to be controlled by supercharged Franklin motors, however those arrangements were scrapped when Preston Tucker purchased Franklin and close down the flying side of the business to focus his endeavors on the destined Tucker vehicle. Beech fell back on Lycoming's GO-435, which made 260 torque in the 1952 Model 50 and 1953 Model B50. The first motors turned two-cutting edge wooden propellers that were about eight feet in distance across and as wide as paddles. Force was increased to 275 hp with the presentation of the GO-480 in the 1954 C50. The D50, presented in 1956, was fueled by 295-hp GO-480s and turned three-edge propellers. The initially supercharged T-Bone was the E50, presented in 1957, highlighting 340-hp GSO-480s.Read More»