|Mar 10, 2005, 04:44 PM|
Joined Dec 2004
CG for Royal-Air 40T
Hello all !,
I've flown years ago this plane (Royal-Air 40T) and took it out of storage and almost ready to go. Aircraft in great shape and installed a new engine. Somewhere is my manual BUT cannot find it.
Question, any one out there that have a copy and or idea where the CG is ?
I marked it years ago but faded since. Any help would be appreciated.
|Mar 16, 2005, 06:10 AM|
I do not have information about the 40T, but generally speaking on single wing planes you can set CG at the highest point of your wing (the thickest part). Often a main wing spar is located at this point. Hope this helps.
|Mar 27, 2005, 12:55 AM|
Wow...this brings back memories as I had a Royal Air 20T when I was about 15. Sorry I don't have any info on the 40T but these planes sure look good! I wish they still made them. I'd say what comes close is the Frontier 40.
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