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FS: S1S Crossover Exhaust and Symmetrical Ailerons

hosspowerinc

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First up, I have a Skydynamics crossover exhaust for an S1 for sale. It'll fit an O-360 with vertical induction. Its in great shape with no cracks, damage, or repairs. It has provisions for two smoke injectors and 4 egt probes. They get $1292 for them new and Ill take $800 shipped for this one. I bought it for my certified S1S but cant get a field approval.



Next I have a set of S1 ailerons. These came with my Pitts as spares but Im not sure what they were on originally or their history. They are symmetrical which makes me think S1T but there are no part numbers stamped so I doubt they are factory. It also appears they were built at different times just looking at the wood. They were all covered so they are all from the same airframe. Ive toyed with the idea of keeping them for wall art but thought Id see if someone could use them. $600 for the set obo.

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