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Robert Pike with his Astro 15 powered Fer-De-Lance.

The Fer De Lance was originally designed by EMFSO member John Bec Hansen who then made plans available to the EMFSO. It was originally intended to fly on an 05 can motor with MA gearbox but flew beautifully on anything from an AF 035G on 6 cells to an AF 15 direct on 10 cells. A very clean, aerobatic performer.
Power: Astro 15 Direct
Cells: 10x 1700 SCR
Wing Area: 340 sq/in.
Weight: 43 oz
Watts / lb: 98 cobalt
Photo by: Unknown
Keith Shaw's 1/4 scale Fokker DVIII at the EMFSO Goerge Ball Memorial Fun Fly.
Power: Maxim Direct
Cells: 36
Photo by: Robert Pike
Chris McHugh's beautiful Tigermoth performing a fly-past at the EMFSO George Ball Memorial Fun Fly.
Power: Astro 15 Geared
Photo by: Carl Groskorth
Andre Wedseltoft with his AT6 Texan at the 1999 Oakville funfly.
Photo by: Benjamin Feist
Ben Feist flying his (barely visible) Goldberg Mirage 550 trainer on a beautiful summer's day at 14th Avenue.
Power: Cermark Geared 05
Cells: 7-8 1000 - 2000SCR
Photo by: Tor Kleiberg
Marc Thomson with his Skat--one of the fastest pylon racer kits available (Open class).
Power: Speed 400 Direct
Cells: 7x 500 AR
Wing Area: 90 sq.in.
Weight: 13.5 oz.
Watts / lb: 110 w/lb ferrite
Photo by: Robert Pike
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