TYPE: Side-by-side ultralight kitbuilt.

PROGRAMME: Prototype Genesis first flew 1992; Revelation developed as a lower-powered 'recreational' version.

CURRENT VERSIONS: Genesis: Baseline version.
Revelation: Lower-powered version; can be upgraded to Genesis standard by replacement only of windscreen and engine.

CUSTOMERS: Total of 124 Genesis and 117 Revelation aircraft flying by end 2002.

COSTS: Kit including engine (2002): Genesis US$16,491-US$28,494; Revelation US$13,295-US$26,798, depending on engine.

DESIGN FEATURES: Quoted build time for Genesis 200 hours; for Revelation 150 hours (or 90 when opting for sailcloth-covered wing).

FLYING CONTROLS: Conventional and manual. Horn-balanced elevator.

STRUCTURE: Preformed glass fibre nose; fabric-covered strut-braced wings; tubular steel rear fuselage.

LANDING GEAR: Fixed tricycle layout with mechanical brakes; hydraulic brakes optional. Optional floats and speed fairings.

POWER PLANT: Genesis: One 47.8 kW (64.1 hp) Rotax 582 driving Tennessee two-blade wooden propeller. Fuel capacity 76 litres (20.0 US gallons; 16.7 Imp gallons). Other engines including Rotax 912 UL, 912 ULS and 914 can be fitted.
Revelation: One 39.3 kW (52.7 hp) Rotax 503B. Fuel capacity 38 litres (10.0 US gallons; 8.3 Imp gallons). Same engine options as Genesis.