Aug 25, 2013
Category: Club News
Posted by: Gerry

June 2nd  produced a near perfect day for the first two competitions of 2013

CMS - 1.11.7 - Genovesa

Critical Information

One of the most important settings on your plane is the CG (centre of gravity). Read the instructions carefully to find out the correct position and then with the wings fitted place a finger either side of the fuselage under the wing on the correct CG position and the model should sit level or very slightly nose down. If you have bought the plane with no instructions provided a good guide for a trainer is to set the CG at 25% to 30% of the chord (width) of the wing, measured from the front.
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