(made in 1978)
The Midas Super E has some special features, amongst which are an adjustable C of G strop, large diameter cross boom and short or long keel option. Triple tubular wing posts give greater strength to the airframe and more control to the canopy shape. Aircraft push pins are used for uncomplicated and rapid assembly. Another feature is the floating truncations which greatly contribute to the machine's incredible speed range, glide ratio and sink rate. The Midas Super E is constructed only of top grade materials and uses American Dacron sail cloth.
Leading edge 19 ft 10 in, root chord 8 ft, sail area 188 sq ft, nose angle 110 degs., aspect ratio 5.7, L/D 9.5:1, mean chord 5.74 ft, keel 17 ft 5 in, span 32 ft 9 in.