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Mong Sport Biplane for sale

wottreng

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Great looking and flying sport biplane for sale. Fresh 100hp Continental with metal prop. The most fun for the money. $15,000 obo

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Great flying and looking plane! Wish I had room and extra cash.
 

Mong

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It still looks good, man!!! You must have a bunch of hours on her now….Ed Fisher
 

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I have been contacted by a guy out west that has put over 400hrs on his Mong so I think I may be the second highest time Mong pilot!
 

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Hey, that's a very beautiful machine but I'm 6.4 feet tall, can I fit inside the cockpit?
 

wottreng

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I'm 6' 212 lbs and fit fine. If your inseam is longer than 32in you will likely have to relocate the rudder pedals forward. There is lots of room to do just that.
 

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I thought Mongs were designed without I struts or flying wires, in this case a strut. Or am I think of another design?
 

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I thought Mongs were designed without I struts or flying wires, in this case a strut. Or am I think of another design?
You are probably thinking of the Knight Twister, which could be flown with the wings cantilevered. I don't know of any that actually omitted the struts and wires though.

Danny
 

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Correct, Danny. The Stock Mongs are as shown in these pictures. Modified Mongs have been built in a few different ways…..Some have a flying wire added to the front spar to help the lift strut in racing. Some have been converted to flying and landing wires totally….Ed
 

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The original design was built to Utility category, +4.4, -3.1…But Mongs routinely were flown in racing competition, often pulling 5 'G' in racing turbulence….For hard aerobatics and negative G loads, a Pitts is the answer, but for general sport flying, and Loop, roll, spin type aerobatics, the Mong has proven to be totally adequate.
 

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