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Advice on buying an S1

Flying High

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Hi all,
Long time reader, first time poster.
I am considering my options as to what I should purchase as my first aircraft. I currently rent an S2-A
I am leaning towards an S1-S for value for money, does having a fixed pitch prop make it any harder to do good comp aeros?
Is the weight of a CSU on say an S1-T worth it?
Is the extra cost worth it?
Are you fiddling around with the throttle a lot rather than what I currently do when flying a sequence, flat out and leave it there.?
Any other advice?
I have always been spoiled with a CSU.



 

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