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Old Oct 04, 2012, 08:43 AM
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It is also a good point to make sure the tail wheel is straight, and not to use the rudder trim to correct ground handling. Also having correct thrust angles for the engine is highly recommended. The 4*120 that I lost the other day I had just resolved a problem with it veering left on both takeoff and in vertical flight by adding in more right thrust. The two takeoffs I did were spot on, needed very little rudder to correct once the tail wheel left the ground. Sadly though the right wing snapped off, which resulted in a death spiral. Thankfully SIG came through and is replacing the ARF with a kit.
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