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S-1-S Seat

headwind

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On my S1S (actually S-1-C with sparcraft wings)I have plywood seat. Two piece, that I like because they are east to remove when needed. I just don't have enough room with a parachute.
Can't use a seat pack because head almost touches canopy without parachute. With chair type I don't have much leg room.
Thinking of replacing the plywood with aluminum, but it seemsa lot of work for results that may or may not be good.
Has anyone done this? If so was it worth the trouble?
 

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