I hope that works out, looks like you are going with a full flying tail, that will probably help allow a somewhat larger trim for range for post boost CG as well. My smaller X2(which has no fuse area and flat plate wing) lives with a 3.2%(relative to fuse length, forget what the wing chord is) CG shift without issue.
looking forward to the progress.
Originally Posted by X30PILOT
Right now I’m estimating it to weigh around 30 pounds without the motor.
I’ll calculate the C/G envelope and see if I can stay within limits during the motor burn. This worked well on my ME-163 and X-30 projects.