The 1957 model of the Piper Tri-Pacer PA-22-150 was one of the most popular variants produced, with a 150 horsepower Lycoming O-320 engine and a maximum speed of around 125 miles per hour. It was used for a variety of purposes, including personal transportation, flight training, and even agricultural spraying.

While the Piper Tri-Pacer PA-22-150 was not necessarily a revolutionary aircraft in terms of design or performance, it was well-regarded for its reliability, ease of maintenance, and versatility. It remains a popular choice among general aviation enthusiasts today, with many examples still flying after more than 60 years in service.

Total Time Since New: 2635.38 Hours
Engine Details Lycoming 0-320

Total Time Since New: Time Remaining: 1220,50 Hours
779,50 Hours
Propeller Details

Total Time Since New: 660,52
Time Remaining: 339,48
Garmin 496 Handheld (slot for placement)

I Highlights

Engine 150HP
Top Speed 139 MPH
Ceiling 15,000 ft (service ceiling)
Stall Speed 49 MPH
Fuel Capacity 36 gallons
Propeller Fixed, Sensenich
Interior Cloth/leather – black and grey
Exterior Red and White

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