This is What a Pitts Aircraft
Competition Instrument Panel Looks Like.

This Pitts was built by Chuck Roberts
Photo by Chuck Roberts


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Keep it Simple, is the words to use when building a Pitts Aircraft Competition Instrument Panel.

I kept the instrument panel simple, just like the plans call for G-meter, Airspeed indicator, altimeter, tach, oil/fuel pressure and oil temp gage. The engine is a Lycoming AEIO-360 that I purchased through Trade-A-Plane. I think the internal pieces of this engine is made of gold or some other rare material. I eventually went to an electronic ignition from Light Speed Engineering – best money ever spent – if you want your fuel-injected engine to start when it’s hot!




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