Mr. Emile Delfel from France built his SD-1 from 51% and Verner JCV-360 EFI kits in ten months. He rebuilt standard canopy to bubble version later.



Mr. Marcel Knauf from Germany painted his SD-1 in the interesting way. He built the plane from the Basic and Verner JCV-360 engine kits.

Knauf web


The first italian SD-1 was finished by Mr. Leopoldo Scarpat. He built it from the Material and Hirth F-23 engine kits in 16 months.



One of the first this year completions is a plane of Michel Moutauld from France. He built it from the QB and Kohler engine kits in four months.

SD-1 Moutault


We delivered the first RTF SD-1 to the United Kingdom. It will be operated according to the new version of the SSDR rules (more info: Rick Goddin´s Flying Blog)



As mentioned in the previous message we  have prepared a facelift for the SD-1.  The bubble canopy is offered as an option for the RTF planes and a whole range of kits.

bubble canopy


We invite you to the biggest european GA trade fair AERO 2014 . We will exhibit the facelifted SD-1 on the stand of our german dealer UL-GmbH in the hall B1.


The SD-1 was the third most registered UL plane in Germany in the last year. We consider it a nice result for a single seater and thank to all customers who have helped to achieve it.


Our test pilot Tim-Peter Voss achieved significant succes in GREEN SPEED CUP 2013 when finished on 2nd place as a 1st airplane using internal combustion engine. He flew SD-1 TD powered by Verner JCV-360 engine.

We invite you to the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2013 where our US dealer will exhibit finished SD-1 of both TD and TGC version


16.4.2013 The type certificate in accordance to german LTF-UL regulation was issued.
21.2.2013 Video of new version – SD-1 TGC powered by Hirth F-23 engine was published