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Old 07-29-2018, 01:43 PM
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I also want to add that if you're not 3D flying and you set up your low rates to fly Precision. Your elevator throw will be about 8 degrees up and down. This depends on where your CG is set. The further forward you set it the elevator throw will increase. Do not use this info in setting CG. Set CG first and then set low elevator to where the plane wont roll out on a loop at full throw on the low setting. The plane will still be very controllable at low speed. I hope this helps.
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Old 07-29-2018, 02:00 PM
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I also want to add that if you're not 3D flying and you set up your low rates to fly Precision. Your elevator throw will be about 8 degrees up and down. This depends on where your CG is set. The further forward you set it the elevator throw will increase. Do not use this info in setting CG. Set CG first and then set low elevator to where the plane wont roll out on a loop at full throw on the low setting. The plane will still be very controllable at low speed. I hope this helps.
Yes i think it will help a lot. It looks like that 5.25 that im currently cgd at is very close to the center of the wing tube so im going to move everything up to achieve 1/2 in front of tube and i bet my problems will get much less. Thanks again!
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Old 04-08-2019, 01:19 PM
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I just received my new Edge on Friday and started putting it together over the weekend. Quick question - can someone measure the length of the carbon stab tube? It appears mine might be a 1/2" or so too long, as the stabs won't seat to the fuse. I would like to compare before I start cutting.

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Angelo

Tube appears to be just over 15 3/4" long.
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