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Hi Scott. I got your question in my email today.
The baffle material is standard 3" silicon baffle seal I purchased at Aircraft Spruce, part number 05-00810. (https://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/appages/siliconecowlseals5.php). I trimmed the standard 3" width down to 50mm (just under 2") using a straight edge and a utility knife. It works great and should last a long time.
I agree. I've been thinking the same thing about the uprights.
I have my kit for sale, however I am continuing to work on it. I'm trying to get the fuselage on the wheels. If I get it there, at least I can move it easier for my relocation.
I'm building a tailwheel 650. We should talk.
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