Originally Posted by staggerwing
I have one these w/ an OS 90--a very predictable fun plane going on its third yr..
From the flying view it looks like your right wing has gross neg incidence !
The rear fuse bolt hole for wing attachment controls this--your's looks to be too high in the fuse ---easy enough to correct. The wing should be parallel w/ the fuse edge where canopy rests.
A weak point in the fuse is around wing trailing edge (very typical) ---maybe this was crashed & re-assembled poorly w/ holes misplaced.
Hey SW.... Finally, a real world owner.
It was crashed so hard it got another ARF Fuse, These guys dont build kits or do any heavy repairs, it is Arf or nothing.
I still have the Tail Trophy from the last ARF fuse.
This is a one piece wing, and the only thing I could see to do is drop the back <TE> of the saddle in the fuse to the right angle. Then I would have to make simular adjustments to the H Stab so it would be true.
You have any pictures of yours, I would like to compare the photos if you do.
Thanks for dropping into the discussion.