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Old Sep 05, 2002, 06:16 AM
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Jedelski is easy to build. You used to be able to buy the profiled front portions from your friendly hobby shop.

As a high cambered, thin aerofoil it's best used in 'one speed' models such as free flight gliders. If you drive them too fast you will get pitch changes due to significant centre of presure movements.

Jedelski came about in the 60's as an easy way of building wings for towline gliders.
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