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Old 12-20-2006, 06:46 AM   #1
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I was given an airplane which is an eaa acro Sport , I would like to know which company made the kit or plans . I need a cowl for it . The plane looks like it takes a .061 to .091 size engines and 50 inch top wing and length is about 42 inches.
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Maybe http://www.fiberglassspecialtiesinc.com/ has a cowl for almost everything. Do you know the manufacturer?
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This one seems about the right size, might see if the manufacture can supply you with a cowl

I think Sig did an "acro star" (not sure if it's the same) biplane as well at one point, but I couldn't find anything out about it.
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Could be a Jack Stafford kit.
If so, fiberglass specialties makes a cowl.

Check this old RCU ad:
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