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Staying cool in a Saunex?

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ToddK

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There is a lot of talk about the best ways to keep their VW engines running cool. What about the humans?

My experience with low wing airplanes has largely been that they turn into a sauna during the hot Texas summer.

How do the Sonex guys go about keeping their cabins cool? Does it work, and are they comfortable?
 
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