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Delta Stingray

 

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Lowell Borchers won a special Designer’s Trophy at the 1980 EAA Oshkosh Fly-In for his Delta Stingray after 6000 hours of work. The Stingray is about 70 percent plywood, 20 percent Douglas fir and 10 percent steel and fiberglass. It has a hand-carved 60/64 wooden propeller and retractable landing gear. The Stingray is a take-off of John Dyke’s four-place Dyke Delta.

Gross Wt. 1075 lb.
Empty Wt. 740 lb.
Wingspan 15 ft
Length 14 ft l0 in
Engine 100-hp Continental 0-200.
Top 204 mph.
Cruise 180 mph.
Climb rate 1400 fpm.

 


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