2004 Pitts S-1C

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The Pitts S-1C is a single-seat aerobatic biplane designed and built by Curtis Pitts. It was designed specifically for aerobatic performance and has become a popular choice for aerobatic competition and airshows. It is powered by a Lycoming engine and has a wooden structure with fabric covering. The S-1C has a wingspan of 18.5 feet and a length of 16.8 feet. It has a maximum takeoff weight of 1,100 pounds and can reach speeds of up to 220 mph. It is known for its agility and ability to perform a wide range of aerobatic maneuvers.


  • Total Time: 640 Hours
  • Garmin 327 Transponder (ADSB In/Out) and Narco Radio.
  • Engine Information System (EIS).
  • Sparcraft wings, spades, sighting device, smoke, hooker harness, electric fuel pump, and aviation products tailwheel.
  • Flop tube replaced 2017.
  • Bungees replaced 2013

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