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S-1 Fuselage Clarification

lieutfunaki

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I've read a lot of advice saying that purchasing an S-1C is a waste of time if one is interested in getting into competitive acro...since before long the average pilot will be wanting more inverted performance.

Other than the wing and engine, what is the difference between the C, S, and other S-1's?

I've also heard mention of a stretched fuselage, can anyone explain the difference and why it matters?

 

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