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Old Jan 03, 2012, 01:15 AM
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I looked at those Killer Kaos plans more carefully. The Killer and Utter are so similar that they are hard to tell apart visually, some say it is just a name change to change kit manufacturers. The plans call for 2 degrees downthrust as I said. No right thrust, but I ended up adding 1 degree right to make vertical up lines need fewer corrections. The wing incidence calls for 1/2 degree positive. If you can get the tail alignment issues straightened out and these values for thrust and incidence, you should have a good start. At this point perfect knife edge trim is good but isn't critical because you wouldn't use it much in sportsman or intermediate. If you can get the cg right, tip weight and incidences you should be able to begin practicing manuevers. Aileron differential can come later and finally knife edge as you learn more manuevers.
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