Originally Posted by Mex
Ah sorry i read over it, well if those are the option i think i just don't use the rudder
Or when i feel like 'bob the builder' i give it a try to use a standard horn and mount the servo in the rear. My Fox is so nose heavy so that extra weight at the rear can fix that problem to.
Yup, thats what I found with the c/g, it helps but I also took 1/2" out of the back of the bay to get it right. I just got mine out and had another look. If you move the servo to the back it needs to go in the fin to get the geometry right. The rudder hinge line is not vertical making it hard to get the control rod to line up.
Lock the rudder straight, unplug the servo and go flying. BOB
can probably tell us if this bird NEEDS the rudder. I shouldn't say so much, I haven't even had mine flying yet.
I hate winter!