1,238

Ferry Range

150

Cruise Speed

66

Hopper Capacity (Dry)

1,530

Takeoff Distance

It’s beautiful to be this rugged

As a favorite of ag operators for years, the Thrush 510GR has a legendary history of high performance. It’s little wonder since the time-tested Honeywell TPE331 engine gives operators the kind of cost-saving benefits other ag pilots can only imagine. They include fewer costly overhauls, lower maintenance costs and a lower specific fuel consumption, making it one of the most economical airplanes of its kind in the world.

Combine that with higher working speeds, a quieter cockpit and 940 horsepower on tap, and it’s easy to see why the 510GR is the obvious choice for nearly any operation.

Unmatched stability and control

Wire strike protection is standard

365 square feet of wing area

Powder-coated airframe

29,000-hour wing spar life

Rugged 18ft long stainless steel belly skins

Chromate chemical conversion on each aluminum part

Stainless steel cam locks, studs and grommets

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Specifications

Length
32 feet 10 inches (10 meters)
Height
9 feet 4 inches (2.84 meters)
Wingspan
47 feet 6 inches (14.47 meters)
Tread Width
9 feet (2.74 meters)
Fuel Capacity
228 gallons (863 liters)
Empty Weight
4,950 pounds (2,245 kilograms)
Typical Operating Weight
10,500 pounds (4,763 kilograms)
Hopper Capacity Dry
66 cubic feet (1.87 cu. meters)
Hopper Capacity Liquid
510 gallons (1,930 liters)
Working Speeds
90-150 mph (145-241 kph)
Stall Speed Usually Landed
57 mph (92 kph)
Sea Level Rate of Climb at 6,000 lbs
1,500 fpm (457 mpm)
Sea Level Rate of Climb at 10,500 lbs
750 fpm (228 mpm)
Take-Off Distance at 10,500 lbs
1,530 feet (466 meters)
Landing Distance as Usually Landed
600 feet (182.8 meters)
Landing Distance as Usually w/Reverse
400 feet (121.9 meters)
Fuel Consumption
50-55 gph (189-208 lph)
Cruising Speed at 55% Power
150 mph (241 kph)
Ferry Range at 45% power and 135 mph at 7,500 feet
770 miles (1,238 kilometers)

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