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Ferguson Aircraft Inc F-II
Precision Tech Aircraft Fergy
 
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Designed by Bill Ferguson and first flown in 1991, the Fergy was developed from the Kolb Mark III and introduced to the market in 1991. The Fergie won the Grand Champion title at Sun 'n Fun in 1991. Reviewer Andre Cliche describes it as a "clone", whilst Noel Bertrand et al. claim it was "inspired by the Kolb Twinstar". The aircraft differs from the Kolb design in that it has a revised cockpit pod, with centerline-hinged doors and a square-tipped rudder. The horizontal stabilizer was also raised a few inches to give better ground clearance.
 
The Precision Tech Fergy F-II B is a two-seat side-by-side, conventional landing gear, strut-braced, high-wing, pusher configuration ultralight aircraft that was manufactured by Ferguson Aircraft and later Precision Tech Aircraft in kit form for amateur construction.
 
Ferguson Aircraft manufacturers of the Fergie, sold the design to Precision Tech Aircraft out of Cartersville Georgia.
Precision Tech has made some design changes, changing to a new airfoil, landing gear, and tail section. The airfoil change was required when the wing spar was changed to a 6 inch spar.
 
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The aircraft is constructed from aluminium tubing, covered with aircraft fabric. The wings fold for storage or trailering. The standard engine supplied with the kit was the 50 hp (37 kW) Rotax 503, with the liquid-cooled 64 hp (48 kW) Rotax 582 optional, although the Fergie can accept engines that range in output from 50 to 80 hp (37 to 60 kW).
 
The average construction time from the kit was reported by the manufacturer as 350 hours and 40 had been completed by 2001. The unit cost was US$10,900 in 2001.
 
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The aircraft was out of production circa 2002 and no longer available.
 
Ferguson F-II
Engine: Hirth 2704, 55 hp.
HP range: 46-70.
Height: 5.5 ft.
Length: 21.25 ft.
Wing span: 30 ft.
Wing area: 160 sq.ft.
Fuel cap: 12 USG.
Weight empty: 425 lbs.
Gross: 900 lbs.
Speed max: 90 mph.
Cruise: 70 mph.
Range: 200 sm.
Stall: 32 mph.
ROC: 1200 fpm.
Take-off dist: 200 ft.
Landing dist: 200 ft.
Service ceiling: 10,000 ft.
Seats: 2.
Landing gear: tail wheel.
 
Ferguson F-II
Engine: Rotax 503, 55 hp.
HP range: 46-70.
Height: 5.5 ft.
Length: 21.25 ft.
Wing span: 30 ft.
Wing area: 140.2 sq.ft.
Fuel cap: 12 USG.
Weight empty: 425 lbs.
Gross: 900 lbs.
Speed max: 90 mph.
Cruise: 70 mph.
Range: 200 sm.
Stall: 32 mph.
ROC: 1200 fpm.
Take-off dist: 200 ft.
Landing dist: 200 ft.
Service ceiling: 10,000 ft.
Seats: 2.
Landing gear: tail wheel.
 
Ferguson II-B
Wingspan: 29ft. 6 in.
Wing Area: 140 sq. ft
Length: 22 ft.
Height: 5ft. 8in with 2 blade prop
Empty Weight: 400 lbs.
Gross Weight (65 hp): 900 lbs.
Useful Load: 500 lbs.
Fuel Cap: 12.5 gal.
Take-off Roll Pilot only 46 hp: 175 ft
Rate of Climb 46hp: 800 ft/min
Rate of Climb 65hp: 1200 ft/min
Cruise: 50 - 80 mph
VNE: 100 mph
Landing Speed w/Flaperons: 28mph
Landing Speed wo/Flaperons: 34mph
Seats: 2
Storage Aft of Seats: 4 cubic feet
 
Precision Tech Fergy F-II B
Engine: 1 × Rotax 503, 50 hp (37 kW)
Propeller: 3-bladed ground adjustable
Wingspan: 29 ft 6 in / 8.99 m
Wing area: 140 sq ft / 13 sq.m
Length: 18 ft 8 in / 5.7 m
Empty weight: 400 lb / 181 kg
Gross weight: 1,000 lb / 454 kg
Fuel capacity: 12.5 US gallons / 47 lt
Maximum speed: 90 mph / 145 km/h / 78 kn
Cruise speed: 75 mph / 121 km/h / 65 kn
Stall speed: 28 mph / 45 km/h / 24 kn
Range: 220 mi / 191 nmi / 354 km
Rate of climb: 1,000 ft/min / 5.1 m/s
Wing loading: 7.14 lb/sq ft / 34.9 kg/sq.m
Crew: one
Capacity: one passenger
 
 
 
 


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