Sidewayskiwi
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No more loosing white DTF planes against the clouds
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DualDesertEagle
Ain't the KF a little shallow tho? If I recall correctly it should be about 40 % of the wing's total depth and u've got like 25 or less.
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Sidewayskiwi
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Ain't the KF a little shallow tho? If I recall correctly it should be about 40 % of the wing's total depth and u've got like 25 or less.


Straight off the RCPOWERS plans
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quorneng
Which rather goes to show that these type of planes work on 'plan form' rather than 'wing section'.
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Sidewayskiwi
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Which rather goes to show that these type of planes work on 'plan form' rather than 'wing section'.

Yea the centre of the KF's = centre of pressure= centre of gravity
Gives good stability and manoeuvrability
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Sidewayskiwi
Lift off the nose,front fuselage and canards might explain the reduced need for KF width
All my SU's have doubled up canard foam/chord width/thickness
Might explain the pitch up on neutral CofG and and the good flying qualities in nose heavy
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