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E-4s :: Ed ter Laare & Herman Peeters
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Material: GFEC 3.2 mm including paint

Distance: 100-130m

[2000] Ed writes: It started with Herman Peeter's idea to put most of the modern LD-booms on one drawing board and contruct a new average shape out of that. We both ended up with a different result though. Must be a matter of accents....
I made 2 versions of mine and it turned out to be a really nice flyer. Somehow it gains a lot of height at the most outer part of the flightpath and it has a narrow turn there giving it a quite save return (which I need looking at the last few competition results :-). It's not a very reliable measurement since we were only with the two of us (Lars Overzee and me), but the (rangefinder) distance was between 120 and 130 meters with most throws. Despite some variations in the (mostly symmetrical) airfoils, both versions flightpaths looked very similar. It could be that it's an easy to reproduce model.
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