Brad Wursten’s obsession with flying started at just 4 years old. He knew he would become a pilot after riding as a passenger in a plane flown by one of his father’s friends above the farmland of Northern Utah. When he was just eight years old, he began building and flying model aircraft near the home where he grew up in Hyde Park, Utah. His parents, Jerry and Audre, recognized Brad’s standout talent and interest in aviation and provided many opportunities to develop his skills further. The technicality of maneuvering the control of a remote-control airplane helped him fine-tune his real-life application skills. Because of his technical skill level, he wows spectators at many airshows each year.
A breakout star in the airshow industry, Brad has logged nearly 4,000 hours in 50 different types of aircraft. While doing that, he’s earned his private, commercial, multi-engine, and instrument ratings. The highlight of Brad’s career has been performing at airshows and teaching youth about flying. Whether thrilling fans with an insane and jaw-dropping airshow display or pushing the limits on one of his RC airplanes, Brad can usually be found near some kind of aircraft. His airshow performance is jam-packed with one-of-a-kind stunts and maneuvers exclusive to his act. As a spectator at one of the events in his airshow circuit, you can expect a high-energy display that will take you to the edge of your seat.
- The MX2 aerobatic aircraft is an all-carbon-fiber, two-place high, performance aircraft with maneuverability that has never before been available in a two-place aerobatic airplane.
- The MX2 has unmatched maneuverability in a two-seater with smooth, crisp, responsive controls.
- The MX2 offers the capability of being a comfortable two-seat, fast cross–country sports plane with a cruising speed of over 200 knots and up to 1,200 miles of range. A Lycoming powers the MX2 IO-540 Thunderbolt with 360+ HP, with a Hartzel Talon Carbon Fiber propeller.
- The MX2 has a climb rate of over 3,500 ft. per minute roll rate of over 420 degrees per second. Being the aircraft is made of all carbon fiber, it weighs an impressive 1,340 lbs!
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