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Grob G103 Twin II Sailplane

CSA Grob G-103 having fun in the winter The "Grob" is mainly used by CSA members for one to two hour afternoon soaring flights within 15-20 miles of Owl Canyon Gliderport.  Many times members will take family, friends or other club members on these flights.  It is also used for advanced and cross-country training of club members.  Many of the scenic rides given to non-members are done in the Grob.  On occasion the Grob is disassembled and taken to other airports, usually in the Colorado Rockies, for members to enjoy the excellent varied soaring conditions available in the Colorado area.

CSA Grob Information
CSA Crew Chief: Howie Stetser
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Registration: N5462N
Contest ID: 62N
Serial No.: 3875
Documentation: Flight Handbook
  Maintenance Handbook

The following data is from and represents optimum, ex. factory specifications. For actual, current weights, etc. for N5462N see the CSA Sailplane Data page.

General Details
Manufacturer: Grob
Country Of Origin: Germany
Designer: Burkhart Grob
No. of Seats: 2
No. Built: 549
Aspect ratio: 17.2
Airfoil: Eppler E 603
Structure: GFRP and CFRP
L/D Max: 35:1 @ 105 kph /56 kt / 65 mph
MinSink: 0.75 m/s / 2.45 fps / 1.45 kt
Span Area Empty Weight Payload Gross Weight Wing Load Water Ballast
m ft sq.m sq.ft kg lb. kg lb. kg lb. kg
kg lb.
17.5 57.4 17.8 191.6 368 811 212 468 580 1279 32.58 6.67 0 0



Updated 05/24/2014