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News " Tinkerbell Qualifies for LSE"

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Little Toot Passes LSE final Test.

Phil Witt of Arlington, Texas and 52F makes a final low pass in Tinkerbell before she is taken apart for a complete Makeover. Tinkerbell has been confirmed to be LSE (Light Sport Experimental) qualified. Flown and tested by multiple pilots it passes the weight, stall speed and max speed tests. Properly built, engined and propped, any new Toot should easily qualify for LSE.Jan 24, 2009

Congradulations Phil. I have sent this note to EAA for posting.


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