RV-10 Interior Panels – Rear Panel Set

$495.00

The following renderings and photos are what the RV-10 Front Seat Interior Panels will look like. These panels are made out of Kydex. Kydex is an FAA approved material and meets FAR 25.853. Options that will be available are document pockets and a drink holder. The drink holder is underneath and near the front seat and won’t interfere with leg movement. It won’t hold a “Big Gulp”, but will hold a normal can or bottle.

The rear panels feature an automotive style air vent that fits over the standard rear air vent door. The vent also makes it difficult for large insects to enter the cockpit.

The RV-10 Interior Panels will be shipped with no finish. The color of the Kydex may vary. The following renderings show the panels in a finished state. The panels can be painted or covered with leather and/or fabric. Specific mounting hardware, such as screws, screw head covers, nut plates, etc. are not included since they may vary from one installation to another.

The following photos are from Geoff Combs’ RV-10 N829GW. We’ll be adding more photos as more panels get installed. Geoff has painted his panels a tan color. He has also added some leather covered inserts which are not included in the standard panel kits.

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Product Description

Interior Panels are available for purchase in the following combinations in either a Dark Gray or Light Tan color. This include right and left rear panels, as well as a small panel that covers the longeron over the baggage door. The rear vent holes are marked on the back on the panel and have to be cut out if you order the air vent option. There are no visible markings on the front of the panels if you choose not to install air vents.

International, Hawaii, and Alaska based customers will receive an additional invoice via Paypal to cover the incremental fees for shipping.

By purchasing these products from Aerosport Products, the Purchaser agrees that he/she will not copy, reverse engineer, modify use to make molds or otherwise attempt to use the purchased products design/functionality to develop a competing product.