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When 300km/hour is not enough, there are some ideas to create jet-powered aircraft using Shark design, so You could fly 400-500 km/hour according to used engine.

Price-induction jet looks nice for that purposes : 
At Take Off Power, you can get up to 255daN, consuming 80kg/h of fuel for the DGEN 380 and 330daN with 100kg/h fuel consumption for the DGEN 390.

www.price-induction.com

of course - this kind of aircraft cannot be called Ultralight, although its empty weight could be  very similar

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Gryfair.cz GRYF magazine News 4 Eric's SHARK world speeds records ratified by FAI
4 Eric's SHARK world speeds records ratified by FAI Print E-mail
Written by Gryf design   
Tuesday, 31 July 2012 18:18

FAI web sites declares 4 ratified world speed records of Shark in microlight RAL2T category:

RAL2T Speed over a straight course 282.2 km/h

2011-12-23 Eric De Barberin-Barberini (FRA) ratified - current record 16421

FAI Record File Num #16421

Status: ratified - current record

Region: World

Class: R (Microlights and paramotors)

Sub-Class: RAL2T (Microlights : Movable Aerodynamic Control / Landplane / Flown with two persons / Thermal Engine)

Type of record: Speed over a straight course

Performance: 282.2 km/h

Date: 2011-12-23

Course/Location: Cuers-Pierrefeu (France)

Claimant Eric De Barberin-Barberini (FRA)

Crew Isabelle Bernabeu (France);33954

Microlight: Shark (83 AJR)

Engine(s): Rotax 912

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RAL2T Speed over a closed circuit of 50 km 274.8 km/h

2011-12-15 Eric De Barberin-Barberini (FRA) ratified - current record 16414

FAI Record File Num #16414

Status: ratified - current record

Region: World

Class: R (Microlights and paramotors)

Sub-Class: RAL2T (Microlights : Movable Aerodynamic Control / Landplane / Flown with two persons / Thermal Engine)

Category: Not applicable

Group: Not applicable

Type of record: Speed over a closed circuit of 50 km

Performance: 274.8 km/h

Date: 2011-12-15

Course/Location: Cuers-Pierrefeu (France)

Claimant Eric De Barberin-Barberini (FRA)

Crew Isabelle Bernabeu (France)

Microlight: Shark

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RAL2T Speed over a closed circuit of 100 km 282.4 km/h

2011-12-23 Eric De Barberin-Barberini (FRA) ratified - current record 16420

FAI Record File Num #16420

Status: ratified - current record

Region: World

Class: R (Microlights and paramotors)

Sub-Class: RAL2T (Microlights : Movable Aerodynamic Control / Landplane / Flown with two persons / Thermal Engine)

Type of record: Speed over a closed circuit of 100 km

Performance: 282.4 km/h

Date: 2011-12-23

Course/Location: Cuers-Pierrefeu (France)

Claimant Eric De Barberin-Barberini (FRA)

Crew Isabelle Bernabeu (France);33954

Microlight: Shark (83 AJR)

Engine(s): Rotax 912

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RAL2T Speed over a closed circuit of 500 km 255.13 km/h

2011-12-22 Eric De Barberin-Barberini (FRA) ratified - current record 16419

FAI Record File Num #16419

Status: ratified - current record

Region: World

Class: R (Microlights and paramotors)

Sub-Class: RAL2T (Microlights : Movable Aerodynamic Control / Landplane / Flown with two persons / Thermal Engine)

 

Type of record: Speed over a closed circuit of 500 km

Performance: 255.13 km/h

Date: 2011-12-22

Course/Location: Cuers-Pierrefeu (France)

Claimant Eric De Barberin-Barberini (FRA)

Crew Isabelle Bernabeu (France);33954,

Microlight: Shark (83 AJR)

Engine(s): Rotax 912