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Simon B28/07/2011 23:58:42
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After a couple of problems caused by lack of control surface movement resulting in damage to the front end and also a general feeling it was just too heavy, i've torn the fuse apart and revisited it. I traced a fuse side onto some 3/32" balsa and added a 1/16" ply doubler for the wing seat (as per the double on the original). I've made new formers based on the slightly changed thicknesses and it's coming together nicely. The weight is down massively too! Is there anything I should keep an eye on?
I'm probably going to go with a 200w motor, unless anyone thinks I should be going with a larger one?  

Edited By Simon B on 29/07/2011 00:03:30

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