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Old Apr 12, 2008, 09:25 PM
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Well, it was way to windy today to try anything. Tommorrow it is supposed to be as well, but I am going to the flying field anyway to mow, so maybe I will try.

It isn't going to be practical to remove the canards anyway, they are installed in a permanent way.

I appreciate all the suggestions, but my inclination is to move the cg furthur forward a little at a time. and perhaps disable the mix to the canards and bring them to the nuetral position as indicated my the molding on the fuselage. However, If it won't rotate I will have to crank back in some mix.

Just to clarify how I am mixing, the canards are locked together, only one servo is moving them. I am not mixing elevon, I am mixing "elevator stick"
they simply act as an elevator, and the control surfaces on the wings are acting as elevons.

If I can fly it tommorow i will post the results.
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