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"What is the 'build time' (in man-hours) of a Comp Air kit?"
Time to complete an airplane varies widely depending on the individual and the specifics of his/her project. Builders assembly times vary widely, depending on options and custom choices. Most of a builder's time is spent on engine installation, cabin interior seating and upholstery, and installation of the flight instruments, radios, and other instrument panel items.
Many builders have been able to complete their airplanes in times similar to those achieved by the factory. Most have been able to finish their project within a year or two (working evenings and weekends), and some have even finished and flown their airplanes within just a few months of receiving their kits (full-time effort).
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