Developed from the PL.1 \u201cLaminar\u201d, the PL.2 fuselage is built up of conventional pressed metal frames longerons and skins. The parallel chord wing panels incorporate flanged aluminium ribs, a main spar with machined extruded booms, a metal false rear spar and aluminium skins. The curved sides of the cockpit are designed to break outwards in a crash. The all flying tail is equipped with an anti-servo tab for trimming and providing adequate stick forces. The main undercarriage is attached to the wing spar and the steerable nosewheel to the engine mount. Shock absorbers are of the oleo pneumatic type. Brakes are fitted to the main wheels. All fuel is carried in two 10 Imp. gallon wing tip tanks. Cabin width is 3\u2019 4\u201d. And, it is stressed for aerobatics. \u00a0 \nThe specifications below are for the aircraft fitted with a Lycoming O-290-G, 125 hp enginge. For specs with other suitable engines, click here.