Adams Probe was a light aircraft designed and built by the Adams-Wilson Hobbycopter Company in the United States. The aircraft was primarily intended for use as a sport plane or personal transportation, with a range of up to 700 miles on a full tank of fuel.
The Adams Probe had a sleek and streamlined design, with a low-wing configuration and a single engine mounted on the nose of the aircraft. It had a seating capacity of two people, with the pilot in the front seat and a passenger in the back.
The aircraft was powered by a Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engine, which produced 200 horsepower and allowed the aircraft to reach a top speed of 210 miles per hour. It had a wingspan of 24 feet and a length of 20 feet, with a maximum takeoff weight of 2,250 pounds.
The Adams Probe was well-regarded for its handling and performance, with a reputation for being a fun and nimble aircraft to fly. However, production of the aircraft was limited, with only a few dozen examples built before the company ceased operations in the 1980s. Today, the Adams Probe is considered a rare and collectible aircraft among aviation enthusiasts.