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acro sport

bracilano

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I'm looking at purchasing an acro sport 2. I have a tailwheel endorsment but only 10 hours in a citabria. I have 1200 hours as PIC and working on aerobatics with an instructor. I'm looking for a well behaved acro plane, nothing hard core, that won't screw me into the ground. The citabria hasn't screwed me into the ground yet. Can a novice handle an acro sport 2, or should I stick with the citabria?


Rob
 

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