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Old 08-08-2018, 03:41 AM   #1
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Man that was really nice right up to the end. too bad, but a nice flyer!

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Tonights progress along side the first MiG-17 model remains.
All the new pieces are cut out.
The wings , carbon rod, and ventral pan are glued together.
The internal "breathing" parts are dry-fitted as well.


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Man that was really nice right up to the end. too bad, but a nice flyer!
Thanks!

Note to self: When sorting out the CoG of a nose heavy plane avoid steep dives.
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Originally Posted by Bobdaeronort View Post
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Note to self: When sorting out the CoG of a nose heavy plane avoid steep dives.
Good thing to remember!

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More work on the new MiG-17 this weekend.


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Originally Posted by Bobdaeronort View Post
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Note to self: When sorting out the CoG of a nose heavy plane avoid steep dives.
The way sailplaners get the CG right is:
45 dive let go of the sticks, if it pulls up quickly it's nose-heavy, if it slowly pulls up it's just about right, if it tucks more steeply it's tail-heavy. That sounds counter intuitive, but if you think about what the stab is doing in each case it's easy to understand.

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