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Time to use this new foamboard
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bogusbandit56
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Nice Looks like a flite test design. Shinden or pun jet?
Wot, no Depron?
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Sidewayskiwi
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Long Ezy
Flitetest take on a Burt Rutan design (a very gifted designer one of my favs)
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Sidewayskiwi
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KF4's all on
Trimming leading edge work and finishing touches
Flying weight should be 550-600 grams
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wilsonair
I built the the same design, made it 150 %, added kf2 front and rear wings, the plane flys great, really sensitive on throws.
Glenn R. Wilson
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Sidewayskiwi
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I built the the same design, made it 150 %, added kf2 front and rear wings, the plane flys great, really sensitive on throws.


I had to KF4 as I cocked up the carbon placement to stiffen the wings
Thinking about the front canard
Might try without first
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bogusbandit56
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I had to KF4 as I cocked up the carbon placement to stiffen the wings
Thinking about the front canard
Might try without first

The fore planes are usually used for damping and elevator control and not used for lift.
When a plane has lifting sections on the horizontal stabilizer it is usually a single speed aircraft like free flight glider or I/C planes, not R/C
The faster you fly with a plane with lifting stabs the more you have to trim it as it would want to nose up.
I would stick with the neutral lift stabilizer.
Wot, no Depron?
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