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specifications of EAA Super Acro-Sport

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May 29, 2007
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I'm interested in a EAASuper Acro-Sport. But till a week ago I didn't know it exicsted. Can anyone tell me more about this plane an it's characteristics and handeling. I like to do aerobatics with this plane, but what are the can be flown with this airplane (also in the vertical!) The plane I found has a 150 HP engine.

What are the strong end weak parts of this plane?
Where can parts for this plane be found? And are they axpensive?

A lot of questions, but you all can tell much more I think.

Best to all

Bob Teernstra
The Netherlands


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