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|A three-view drawing (800 x 683)|
| ENGINE||1 x 510hp Bristol Jupiter VI|
| Take-off weight||1121 kg||2471 lb|
| Empty weight||804 kg||1773 lb|
| Wingspan||7.34 m||24 ft 1 in|
| Length||6.45 m||21 ft 2 in|
| Height||2.79 m||9 ft 2 in|
| Wing area||19.51 m2||210.00 sq ft|
| Max. speed||258 km/h||160 mph|
|Barry, 20.06.2016 16:21|
Frank Barnwell designed racing bi-plane, which was entered in the 1926 Kings Cup Air Race but had to retire with a fuel feed problem. In 1927 it was rebuilt using a revised wing and interplane struts with a raised cockpit as in the 3 view drawing. It gained a C of A 26th July 1926 but fatally crashed two days later.
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