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Chase-Sisley C100-S



Designed by Robert Chase, the C100-S made its first flight in 1968. It uses a 3-piece wing with an airfoil 15% thick and no aerodynamic twist. Wood and Styrofoam are used in the construction of the wing (as well as the tail), but the entire surface and the stress- bearing material is fiberglass. The fuselage is of all-metal stress-skin construction, with a skid and fixed wheel.

Wing Span: 16.76 m / 55 ft             
Wing Area: 12.82sq.m / 138sq.ft
Empty Weight: 240kg / 530lb            
Payload: 91kg / 200lb
Gross Weight: 331kg / 730lb             
Wing Load: 25.82kg/sq.m / 5.3 lb/sq.ft
L/DMax: 38 @ 88 kph/ 46 kt/ 55 mph     
Aspect ratio: 22
MinSink: 0.61 m/s / 2.0 fps / 1.18 kt         
Airfoil: NACA 4(3)-165
No. of Seats: 1                 
No. Built: 1
Structure: aluminum, fiberglass, wood


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