The M-Squared Breese 2 Family of airplanes can be purchased as Certified S-LSA or E-LSA airplanes. The S-LSA version can be used for rentals and training but must be signed-off by an A&P mechanic. Both S-LSA and E-LSA airplanes have offerings in both single-surface and double-surface wing configurations. In this class of airplane, a single-surface wing provides greater lift but slower airspeed than a double-surface wing. That’s why many single-surface wings are found on Breese 2 airplanes when floats are employed - they get the airplane off the water more easily. The Breese 2 is configured with the Rotax 582 (65 hp) engine. It is the little brother to the beefier Breese 2 X/D airplane (formerly known as Sport 1000 and Sprint 1000). But don’t be fooled by the performance of this lighter duty airplane - Breese 2 airplanes have a maximum Light Sport take-off rating of 1320 lbs (1430 lbs with floats).
Rotax 582 65hp
The airplane can have different operating characteristics depending on which primary options the owner chooses.