The fuselage is a very nice molding. It has a relief cut to allow the modeler to hook up the V-tail connections. There is very little room for both ball links and connectors. It's an extremely tight fit. Since I have fat fingers, I trimmed the aft e

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Posted by: gavoss on Jul 19, 2006 05:47 AM
 The fuselage is a very nice molding.  It has a relief cut to allow the modeler to hook up the V-tail connections.   There is very little room for both ball links and connectors.  It's an extremely tight fit.  Since I have fat fingers, I trimmed the aft e
 
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JR digital servos were used to insure total control over the flying surfaces. The wing utilized JR 168 servos. They are only 3/10" thick and even they stick out a little bit.
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The wing tips are molded to come to a point at the trailing edge. I rounded them off a little bit because I knew one or both would get knocked off either during handling or landing. If you look back at the "contents" photo you'll see that one of the co
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I chose to use a carbon tube for the main portion of the elevator pushrod system. Then, I used two 2-56 rods with a balsa spacer and glued that subassembly into the tube. The system is very solid with no play at all in the elevator system. A JR 368 se
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Here you can see the after market ball link setup and the relief cut into the fuselage.
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