Pics on the left are of the first 330L, which has more power and bigger tail surfaces then the 300L. On right is a competitor's 330L from the FAI World Grand Prix of Aviation
Extra 300L's of Nevada's The Aerobatic Experience.
The Air Combat Canada Extra 300L's. ACC is unusual in that they are using aerobatic aircraft to deliver a dog fight experience, rather then vintage military aircraft or trainers. I've also included the logo, so r/c modelers, get those printers ready!
Frank Versteegh is an airshow pilot from the Netherlands. He used to fly a wildly painted Extra 300. Now he flies a wildly painted Extra 300L. The spectacular air-to-air photos were taken by sgt Henk van Dijk of the Royal Netherlands Airforce. Ground photos taken by Pieter Visser.
Extra 300Ls in fairly standard Aerosport color schemes.
Interior shots. From left to right: Rear seat instrument panel (very large image), two more views of the rear cockpit, front seat. Note the minimal instrument panel for the front seat.
The first shot here of "Excaliber" really shows off the clean lines of the 300L. The scans of these photos don't really do this plane justice, as it is finished with a really nice pearl white paint.
A variety of color schemes.
Yipes! More stripes!.
Wow, a school with it's own Extra! I should have gone to Western Michigan University. See more pictures of this plane and specs on their web site.
A couple more 300Ls in the newer starburst wing paint scheme.
At the left, team Firebird's Microlease Extra 300L. Right, the South African aerobatic team's 300L.