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Old Sep 09, 2009, 10:16 AM
GordySoar@aol.com
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Want a sneal peek at the new Super Ava Pro?

Take a close look at the new spoiler config, they are at the very tips of
the center panel and very compact.
The interesting thing is that they seem to slow the model a lot more than
the original or its split mod, but what is most amazing is the small amount
of elevator comp that is needed to keep the model on its course.

I have +5 set for comp in my Butterfly elevator to spoiler(Flap) setting.

The only balsa in the new stab is in the ribs, not in the LE or the
tips...and likely the rudder will be done that way in the future..and I hear
possibly the Supra will end up with that open bay organic system also.
The stab is skinnier and very elegant looking and feels like a feather but
it tortionally very stiff.

The tail moment is longer (doesn't fit my bag anymore ;-( and the pod is
the new canopy version droop nose Supra pod with wing pylon...and all the
wings have semi transparent white center sections which make it very visible.

Our local photo artist Tony Utley and AVA fan took these photos last night
while I played with settings.

Take a peek!
_http://www.flickr.com/search/?mt=photos&adv=1&w=all&q=nex12go+Super+Pro+Ava
&m=text_
(http://www.flickr.com/search/?mt=pho...Pro+Ava&m=text)

Gordy

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Old Sep 10, 2009, 04:21 PM
Ed Anderson
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Re: Want a sneal peek at the new Super Ava Pro?


Interesting. I am most surprised by the shift from nose cone to
canopy. My impression has been that the nose cone was stronger and
less subject to damage during a hard or dork landing. We will see
how the canopy approach holds up.

Any idea what the change?

Ed


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Old Sep 10, 2009, 04:44 PM
GordySoar@aol.com
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Re: Want a sneal peek at the new Super Ava Pro?

Actually its not about strength, its about convenience, canopy's are easier
to access stuff...after. ..its built and its strong enough.

Mostly its about landings, the original Supra and AVA nuclear sub nose made
it necessary to rotate over to stick the landing, that meant a huge air
speed increase at the wrong time and on down wind landings, it meant getting
pushed at the wrong time along with the airspeed increase all at the wrong
time.

And these are Soooooooo pretty now. Plus Barry has a unique automated
skeg system, its molded from plastic, inserts into the nose thru canopy, a
skinny slot in the bottom of the nose and the skeg blade snaps in and out.
Its not been field tested much, so not sure about durability but it is pretty
cool.

Launching is a lot easier because of the pylon, you have a lot or room to
hold on to the model.

The semi trans white center sections make it very easy to see also.

Gordy


In a message dated 9/10/2009 3:22:05 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
AEAJR@OPTONLINE.NET writes:


Interesting. I am most surprised by the shift from nose cone to
canopy. My impression has been that the nose cone was stronger and
less subject to damage during a hard or dork landing. We will see
how the canopy approach holds up.

Any idea what the change?

Ed






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