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Wolf W-II Boredom Fighter



Don Wolf, a technical engineer at Fairchild’s Engine Division on many classified military projects and flew many different the past half century, then finally got around to designing a replica of the World War I wood-and-wire fighter types he loved as a kid. Rather than metal, he chose to build the framework of steel fittings of chrome-moly as well as tube structures for cabine, landing gear, etc. Wolf spent a year of spare time detailing Boredom Fighter after running stress analyses. First flying on 30 August 1979, the takeoff roll of 150 is spectacular, as well as its fast climb and excellent economy cruise of 100 mpg burning 3 gph of low-octane fuel.
Engine: Continental, 65 hp
Wing span: 20 ft
Wing area: 100 sq.ft
Length: 15.7 ft
Height: 6ft
Weight empty: 473 lbs
Gross: 770 lbs
Fuel cap: 15 USG
Speed max: 120 mph
Cruise: 110 mph
Range: 440 sm
Stall: 42 mph
ROC: 1200 fpm
Take-off dist: 150 ft
Landing dist: 350 ft
Service ceiling: 16,000 ft
HP range: 65-75
Seats: 1
Landing gear: tailwheel





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