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Pitts S1C Project, Long Fuse (S FL)

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For $2900 that is a good deal and I assume the wings come with it too. You advised N struts not I struts, is that correct?
 
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For $2900 that is a good deal and I assume the wings come with it too. You advised N struts not I struts, is that correct?
Yeah, the wings come with it. Oddly N-struts are correct. There is a picture of it flying with them in the 80's in the logs.
 

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Yeah, the wings come with it. Oddly N-struts are correct. There is a picture of it flying with them in the 80's in the logs.
Stupid question: Could those be changed to I-struts if one is willing to do the work?
 

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It appears the strut attach points are stock which would mean I-struts could be fitted without undoing any wing mods.
 

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