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"How does the 'bulkhead-free interior' differ from the 'standard interior'?"
In the standard interior, the seats are bench seats, and form part of the structural members (bulkheads) of the airframe. As such, the seats may not be moved, modified, etc. In the bulkhead-free interior, extra reinforcements are added to the primary structure of the airframe to eliminate the need for bulkheads in the main cabin area. This allows the builder the option of installing any kind of seats he chooses, in any location he wishes, because the seats do not serve double-duty as structural bulkheads with this option.
The "bulkhead-free interior" is standard on the Comp Air 7, 8, and 10.
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