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Old Jul 21, 2014, 11:23 PM
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sorry about the crash....I'm not sure that a test glide without power would have made any difference . Mine glides fine but requires immediate input of down elevator to get it from ballooning on launch. in the above, I suspect down elevator would've have saved the day....it can be held or set up as a mix. I launch parallel to the ground which gives me plenty of time to react.

if you do replace the fuse, I would suggest a light toss and gradual input of power just to get a feel....if there is an experienced pilot nearby have him (or her) fly it. I banged up my first fuselage too, so you're not alone.

couple of things about the replacement fuse - it does not come with rudder hinges or pushrods, so those have to be scavenged.
Fuse is fine. No replacement is needed. The right wing however had to get it's aluminum spar tube re glued back in. Good to go on that. Probably stronger than the china glue that was used.
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Old Jul 21, 2014, 11:32 PM
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The most recent Naton video has a bunch of tips for repairs.

http://www.radiocarbonart.com/GRLDVD/ with 5 min preview.

R/C Glider Repair Lab Preview Trailer (5 min 16 sec)


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Old Jul 22, 2014, 05:38 AM
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Yes, that is what I said, TE of elevator 64mm above bottom of fuselage, measured straight up, my CG was 118mm from LE at wingroot, that was spot on, she shows thermals pretty well, I can bring it more back I guess, but why change it, when it works well.

Did you reinforce the cracks in your cockpit area? Give it some extra matting underneath the rear of the canopy area.
Appreciate it! Thanks
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