All of the above and there was no change to the G-load recommendation for either wing only the 50 Lbs. more weight while operating in the Aro envelope.
The rear C.G. limit moves a little forward for Aro verses standard configuration limits. Be carful with those rear C.G. limits no matter what you fly and load up.
Just 2 pennies. Yours, R.E.A. III # 80888
P.S. Carl is correct as our Sn. is 888, but we were a slow build and waited tell the dash one wing came out before we got the wing kit. These wing are called dash one because at the end of the SN. they have a dash then the one after that.
They are both good to go, the dash one is just the up-date for the match hole per punch to the seven and eight. That wing is the same on both models.
Last edited by Robert Anglin : 04-28-2018 at 08:28 AM.