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Old Aug 11, 2011, 10:37 PM
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Thanks for the prompt answers!

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Originally Posted by hercdriver7777 View Post
if I were to build it again I think I would put a tube in the fuse or ladder brace it in some way to reduce the twisting that the tail has.
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I found that that the coupling is more associated with the twist than the CG. Have you done any bracing yet?
I have not done any bracing yet, and I have to say that I find the model very "floppy" compared to the smaller RC Factory planes, which seem to be quite rigid and not require any bracing other than the stock CF rods. The larger size seems to make a difference. Have you done any bracing on yours, and if so, where did you do it? (I'm sorry to be asking so many questions, but the only 3D foamies I have built have been the smaller RC Factory planes, and I have just built them stock.)

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