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Old Jun 21, 2012, 12:48 AM
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My TLAR senses tell me that for the sort of layout you have that your motor angles are not far off at all.

As for the test gliding situation you do that power off anyway. Set the glide FIRST and then if the model pitches under power you angle the motor as needed. Never compromise the power off glide settings to allow for an odd motor angle. If you do you simply endup with a terrible flying design.
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