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200.8 inches


96.5 inches

Weight ca.

36 lbs+


Zeanoah G45 with

Fema Starter

The Scheibe SF-25 Falke (English: Falcon) is a German touring motor glider developed from the earlier Bergfalke glider by ScheibeFlugzeugbau. Since May 2006 the business has been run by Scheibe Aircraft GmbH.The company had produced the Motor Spatz but decided to produce a better light aircraft based on the Bergfalke glider. It had a new forward fuselage with an enclosed cockpit with two side-by-side seats and originally a Hirth F12A12C engine in the nose. It first flew May 1963 as the SF-25A Motor Falke. After an initial batch of aircraft the wing was lowered and it was renamed just the SF-25B Falke.A number of variants were built with various engines and the type was licensed built Sportavia-Pultzer, Aeronautica Umbra (Italy),Loravia (France) and Slingsby Aviation (United Kingdom). The current model is the SF 25C. It is currently available with a choice ofthree engines: the Rotax 912 80 hp, the Rotax 912S (100 hp) and the Rotax 914F3 (115 hp).All wooden parts included, CAD designed and CNC milled, motor mount, undercarriage, robust wheels, wheel pants, cowl, canopy and frame, wing tubes, instrument panel and seat kit, single-piece undercarriage made from composite materials, ruder horns, manual and plans

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