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1980 S1C for sale

planegene

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Just listed my plane
1980 PITTS S1C • $23,000 •
FOR SALE OR TRADE •
0-20D2 with 0-320 solid flange crank new harness, B&c oil filter adapter, and more! Fuselage restoration completed within the last year. Wings recovers and wooden leading edges installed in 2001. To much to list, RV Gear mod, all new instruments, Christen inverted system along with Christen wobble pump. Will include an older chute with sale. Have wheel pants that need to be completed and painted that go with the plane. To much to list here. No expense spared. Will trade for aircraft of equal value, or may trade for a cheaper aircraft plus cash. Let me know what you have (4 stroke only)


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Hova

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Im unfamiliar with that engine setup. what sort of power output do you get with it?
 

planegene

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It's not that much difference in it and a 150 hp 0-320
Climb is around 1500 FPM estimated.
2400 rpm cruise is around 125 to 130 MPH
Prop turns up 2750 WOT
(Actually pitched for a 150-160 hp)
Comes off the ground and climbs in approx 500 ft.
 

Larry Lyons

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I agree and have been sort of leaning toward getting one. Right now I am still busy learning to fly Miss Smith in a way that doesn't scare the hell out of me and any close bystanders.
 

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