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Pitts LSA?

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N941WR

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I have been talking with some other local builders regarding building a fun bi-plane of some time. Since a number of our EAA chapter members are older, they want to focus on building an LSA of some type.


If one were to build an S1 w/ flat wings, an O-235, open cockpit, AND one foot longer wings do you think it would stall slow enough to fit into the LSA category?


Thanks,
Bill
 
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