Viper Jet Mk2

The Viperjet Mk2 has been designed and developed with the use of computers and some of the most advanced software available, by Airboss Aerospace, a engineering firm located in Reno, NV.  The material used in the construction of the Viperjet Mk2 is oven cured under vacuumed carbon fibre with 1/2 inch honeycomb core. The aircraft has been engineered to exceed FAA Part 23 Aerobatic Load Requirements. Also the Viperjet Mk2has been designed for easy construction and is only offered in a EXCEL Built configuration with time saving subassemblies. Allowing the customer to complete their project and spend more quality time flying and less time dreaming about it.

The astonishing performance of the Viperjet Mk2
demonstrates the outstanding skills of the design and engineering team that collaborated to bring the aircraft to fruition. The use of the best materials, the latest design techniques and construction methods, together with rigorous quality control procedures, means that Viper Aircraft Corporation is setting the foundation for a new standard in the industry.

With a choice of power plants from mild to wild the Viperjet Mk2 can be tailored to your distinctive taste. And wherever you are in the world you can always be sure of Viper Aircraft support. The Viperjet Mk2 offers a remarkable turn of speed, and performance without compromising safety. For example, the new aircraft delivers a estimated rate of climb of well over 12,000 ft/min and speeds at altitude closing in on 500mph. And with all of this performance the Viperjet Mk2 has a range of 800/1000nm range. Every attempt has been made to give accurate information on performance, figures however performance may vary depending on conditions.

wing span
wing area
empty weight
useful load
gross weight
fuel capacity
24.8 ft.
25.83 ft.
113.02 sq. ft.
2200 lbs.

3800 lbs.
300 Gals.
800-1000 s.m.


takeoff distance, ground roll
rate of climb
max speed
cruise speed
landing distance, ground roll
service ceiling
1,200 ft.
10,000 - 12,000 fpm
450 kts
2,000 ft.

limiting and recommended speeds

design manoeuvring speed (Va)
never exceed speed (Vne)
stall, power off (Vsl)
landing approach speed
73 kts.

All specifications are based on manufacturer's calculations