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Stinson 108, 108-1, 108-2, 108-3, 108-5 Micro Aero Dynamics Aircraft Vortex Generators
Stinson Micro Vortex Generators
Stinson Micro Vortex Generators

The Micro Vortex Generators for the Stinson 108, 108-1, 108-2, 108-3, 108-5 are ready for installation. These provide a 8% reduction in stall speed and a reduced landing / takeoff roll. Improved characteristics, complete kit. Improved Aileron Authority, improved controllability. FAA, STC approved.

The Micro VG Kit consists of 68 Vortex Generators mounted on the on the wings, just aft the leading edge and aft of the slot, and 32 Vortex Generators mounted on the underside of the horizontal stabilizer. The kit includes the detailed drawings, instructions, templates for positioning the VGs, spares, Loctite Depend adhesive. This is an easy one day professional installation. If installed by Blue Skies Aviation, there is a 10% discount off of the Micro Vortex Generators. The discount is given at the time of the installation, off of the installation cost.

Please choose from the models below and write it in the space provided:
Stinson 108, Stinson 108-1, Stinson 108-2, Stinson 108-3, Stinson 108-5

The Micro Vortex Generators are manufactured under FAA PMA from aircraft grade 6063-T6 Aluminum, alodined to a Boeing mil-spec, ready for painting. Each VG is curved on the bottom to fit the contour of the wing. Easy one day professional installation.

The VGs can be painted to match your plane for an additional $200 per color, please specify the information below.

Sale Price: $695.00

Product Code: STINSON-108

Model Number

Special Instructions

Aircraft make and model

Existing aerodynamic modifications:

Extended wings on aircraft?

Paint color/s and product code

Pre-painted Micro VG

Without paint
One additional color [$265.00]
Two additional colors [$530.00]
Three additional colors [$795.00]

Features Technical Specs Information

A Micro Vortex Generator

Creates a tiny vortex in the air stream over an airfoil. This vortex energizes the normally stagnant boundary layer of air on the wing's surface. An energized boundary layer is more resistant to flow separation than a stagnant boundary layer. The result is that airflow "sticks" to the wing better, permitting flight at lower air speeds with improved control authority.

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