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Young Eddyo F-2
 
Young-Eddyo
 
Designed by FAA employee Edward Young of Erie, Colorada, USA, the Young Eddyo F-2 was a two-seat side-by-side light aircraft and took three years of spare-time activity to complete at a cost of $2,500.
 
The Eddyo F-2 was a sesquiplane and had Vee-braced upper wings, which carried the ailerons, and cantilever lower stubwings which contained the fuel tanks. It had full span trailing-edge flaps. Construction was conventional, with wooden wings and a steel-tube fuselage and tail unit, all fabric-covered. The design featured tail-wheel landing gear which utilised cantilever spring steel main legs. The engine was a Lycoming O-290-D2 four-cylinder 135 hp horizontally-opposed air-cooled which drove a two-blade fixed-pitch propeller.

The sole aircraft, registered N55566V, first flew on November 4, 1963.
 
The aircraft registration was finally cancelled on 12 December 1983.
 
Powerplant: Lycoming O-290-D2, 135 hp
Wing span (upper): 23 ft 1 in (7.04 m)
Constant chord: 3 ft 10 in (1.17 m)
Length: 19 ft 5 in (5.92 in)
Height: 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Empty weight: 997 lb (452 kg)
Maximum take-off weight: 1,525 lb (692 kg)
Maximum level speed at sea level at MTOW: 145 mph (233 km/h)
Cruising speed: 130 mph (209 km/h)
Landing speed: 70 mph (ll3 km/h)
Service ceiling: 8,000 ft (550 m)
Range with maximum fuel: 425 miles (685 km)
Accommodation: 2 seats
 
 
 
 
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