|Jan 27, 2014, 04:17 PM|
Dynam Devil 3D - Need Help With CG Location
I have spent a fair amount of time reading up on this problem I have encountered and have not found an answer that addresses the problem. Most owners of this plane indicate that their D-D needs extra weight to the rear, or modifying the location for the 4s/2200 battery to slide beyond the normally designated location.
For some reason, I am having the opposite effect with the CG location as what is being reported by other owners of this plane. If I balance it around 115mm, it is VERY TAIL-HEAVY. With that said and what I have read leads me to think I did not assemble the plane properly. It is a pretty easy process to put this plane in the air, but it is possible I rushed through a part of the install and completely overlooked an important step or mis-read one of the steps.
I have included a few pictures of the plane put together in hopes that someone will be able to spot my error and set me straight. I welcome any and all comments....I am really looking forward to putting this plane in the air soon.
Again, there is a good chance that I have overlooked a simple installation step, or measurement that put the CG location off significantly.
Thanks for any and all help on this trouble.
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