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Old Sep 11, 2012, 02:43 PM
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They are Andy. But there's no wheel pants on a Yak 54.

Glueit, I found a coordinates generator at;

There also used to be some freeware easy to use 4 digit airfoil plotting programs. There's still a few out there but they are so old that my Windows 7 system won't let me install them. And I'm not ready to figure out how to install and run them in a back dated mode or if it'll let me.

But I've found that the best way is to download and install Profili2. The freebie version allows you to generate coordinate files for new 4, 5 and 6 digit NACA airfoils and then print them or export DXF files of the plot into a CAD program. If you want more than that it's quite inexpensive to pay for unlocking the more advanced features.
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