News and Events
N69PE First Flight!
Congratulations to Pete Malone on the first flight of his absolutely stunning Radial Rocket TD on 02/19/2011!
Radial Rocket RG Announced
Click the image on the below to read the article from the EAA.
Radial Rocket TD Featured on Cover of EAA Sport Aviation
Sport Aviation is EAA's flagship publication. Great photos and article! Click the image below to read the article in .pdf.
Radial Rocket TD in Sportsman Pilot Summer 2005
N364R featured in the summer 2005 issue of Sportsman Pilot. Click the image below to read the article in .pdf.
Radial Rocket TD introduced at AirVenture 2004
EAA article introducing the Radial Rocket TD. Click on image below to read the article in .pdf.
The Radial Rocket RG was featured on the cover of the October 2011 issue of Kitplanes. Click on the image below to read the article written by test pilot Ed Kolano:
Here is an informative article on the M-14 engine, published in Kitplanes Magazine - click on the image below:
N903WT First Flight!

Congratulations to Jimmy Andrews on the the first flight of his beautiful new Radial Rocket RG on 10/15/12. Jim's plane is powered by a 425+ horsepower M-14PF equipped with electronic ignitinon, fuel injection and upgraded piston/ring technology. A dual Garmin G3X instrument panel and leather interior compliment the very nice paint design.
Click on the FaceBook tab (upper right corner of this page) to see some great air-to-air footage of Jim's plane.

Aug 5, 2013

Altitude Group LLC, manufacturer of the Radial Rocket kits, is adding a new aircraft kit to the line up!

This new ship is called the P85. It is a derivative of the Radial Rocket with changes to accommodate liquid cooled V8 engine technology. The focus of the P85 is on a simple, relatively low cost V8 firewall forward powerplant option. The P85 cowling has been lofted to fit small block and big block Chevrolet engines. Assembly/construction of the first P85 is well underway - scheduled to be "on the gear" in just a few weeks. The engine will be a 400 cid small block, with approximately 375 shp, delivered through a re-drive with a 1.7:1 reduction ratio.

As part of the introduction of the P85, we will soon be reorganizing our company website to reflect the addition of the P85, as well as other planned aircraft. More info and photos to be posted in the very near future - Stay tuned!