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  • 1969 PITTS S-1C


    General Specs

    • For Sale
    • 1969
    • PITTS S-1C
    • Not Listed
    • 2112
    • Mesa, AZ USA

     

    43500 $43,500 USD
    OBO

    Chris Schaich

    • (480) 737-3894

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    43500 $43,500 USD
    OBO



    General Specs (cont.)

    1,620

    325 SMOH

    90 SNEW

    0 SOH

    Used

    VFR

    1

    Additional Classifications


    Detailed Description

    1969 PITTS S1C, TTAF 1620, Lyc IO-360, 325 SMOH, 677 TT. 11-1 pistons. 215HP. 
    
    NEW RADIOS, Trig TY-91 Comm, TT22 TRANSPONDER, TN70 WAAS GPS.  
    
    2015 wings recovered and new engine hoses.  Inverted fuel and oil.  
    
    Smoke/aux fuel tank in top wing.  
    
    Established Reno Racer finishes high in Silver class.

    Avionics / Equipment

    ALL NEW RADIOS INSTALLED, Nov 2017!
    TRIG TT22 Transponder ADSB out
    TN70 WAAS GPS receiver
    TY91 Comm radio
    New PC680 battery 2016
    B and C alternator.

    Airframe

    1620 TTAF.  Airframe was listed as 1980 build on airworthiness application in 1980, no explanation.  
    Aircraft was rebuilt in 1982 and airframe powder coated.
    
    Fuselage was covered in 1994.
    Pitts Factory landing gear.
    
    Wings were removed and recovered with Dacron in 2015 ($34,000 in repairs/covering)
    
    New brake pads 2016
    
    Top wing tank, 3 gal fuel or smoke oil. Currently set up for fuel.

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    HIO-360-B1B EXP, 11-1 TRW pistons, Est 215 HP.  
    677 TT since rebuild by Ly-con 1994.  325 SMOH.
    2017 Mar Conditional inspection. All comps >78/80.
    New hoses 2015
    4 into 1 exhaust
    Solid aerobatic crank with 1/2 flange, no lightening holes.
    Catto race prop 90hrs SN.  
    Spare Sensenich 76" prop,  0 SOH by Warner Propeller.

    Remarks

    Seat back set back two inches to accommodate taller pilots.