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Acroduster Too SA750
Biplane - Steel Tube, Wood & Fabric
NOTICE: Australian Transport Safety Bureau’s investigation into the in-flight break-up of an Acroduster aerobatic biplane determined that two eye bolts used to secure the aircraft’s upper wings had failed due to fatigue cracking. Read more ›
Articles in EAA and related publications:
|2003||08||88||Sport Aviation||Leonard Sebulsky’s Acroduster Too (What our Members are Building) photo and paragraph)|
|2003||07||16||Sport Aerobatics||Acroduster Too (7 pgs w/photos & stats)|
|2000||01||24||Sport Aviation||Biplanes You Can Build - exert on Acroduster II (7 pages w/color photos)|
|1991||04||47||Experimenter||Placement Fuel Drain/Fire After Crash|
|1986||04||Cvr||Sport Aerobatics||Bob Freeman's Acroduster Too - [Cover photo only]|
|1985||08||27||Sport Aviation||G. Meinke's Acroduster Too|
|1981||10||44||Sport Aerobatics||Vickie Babish' Acroduster Too|
|1979||12||08||Sport Aerobatics||Flying the Acroduster Too in Aerobatic Flight|
|1978||09||Cvr||Sport Aerobatics||Acroduster Too Photo only.|
EAA members can digitally view archived editions of Sport Aviation here.