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Old Jan 25, 2013, 04:23 PM
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Originally Posted by charlespereira View Post
Hello folks!

This weekend I hope to finish the plug and want to clarify one thing.

Do I need to make a down e right thrust for a pylon?

I have read some topics here and I think that 2 degress down and 0 degress right will be my choice.

Any advice on this subject?

Thanks!
Most electric pylon planes do not add down thrust or right thrust. It is common in some motor-gliders or Hotliners to add down thrust (because they may have higher camber airfoils) but I have never added down-thrust to a Speed 400 size airframe up to 200+mph F5D planes. I have added right thrust only to EF-1 style pylon planes because they have short tail moments and large diameter propellers that create a lot of "P" factor on takeoff.
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