Dec 05, 2007, 06:40 AM
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busa 1/6 scale pup bottom an top wings incidence

please i need an help to understand well wings incidence steps .
why instructions require reading1# when i'll get readin1 i have to add this measure to reading#2???.........make to me example

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 Dec 05, 2007, 07:48 AM turn, turn, turn. Athol, Massachusetts Joined Oct 2005 11,223 Posts The two wings should be exactly parallel to each other, or the top wings' leading edge should be slightly higher than the bottom wings' leading edge. Secure the plane with tape, and reference the bottom wing first. Then, without moving the plane, raise the leading edge of the top wing a tiny, tiny, bit.
Dec 05, 2007, 01:44 PM
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Dec 05, 2007, 03:33 PM
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 Originally Posted by kkens4 The two wings should be exactly parallel to each other, or the top wings' leading edge should be slightly higher than the bottom wings' leading edge. Secure the plane with tape, and reference the bottom wing first. Then, without moving the plane, raise the leading edge of the top wing a tiny, tiny, bit.
In this case, 54 words.

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 Dec 06, 2007, 03:59 AM An itch?. Scratch build. South Wales U.K. Joined Mar 2003 16,894 Posts I couldn't find a 3-view Pup so I used a Bristol Scout, well they've both got those two winggy things that stick out either side, or even one stuck above the other if you tend to be vertically inclined, (is it to keep the rain off the pilot?) Good luck with your Pup build avionette, don't forget to post an occasional picture of your progress.
 Dec 07, 2007, 03:11 PM Registered User Joined Mar 2007 39 Posts pup what progress?.......... you are not helping me look well my steps why i need reading #1 ? make me example please