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Old Oct 09, 2008, 02:18 PM
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Super E-AVA horizontal/vertical stabilizer on normal E-AVA

I've been working on acquiring all the necessary items to complete my E-AVA project, however I am wondering about the following:

Assuming that the horizontal and vertical stabilizers on the Super E-AVA have more area than those for the conventional E-AVA, has anyone flown their E-AVA with Super E-AVA stabilizers?

What would be the pros. and cons. to do such a modification? I assume that for a start one could expect better yaw authority?
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Old Oct 10, 2008, 06:55 AM
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Only the rudder/fin is larger. The horizontal is the same. It would just be more responsive to rudder, which is not needed. Those who've added the super panel to their regular AVA say it still turns just fine with the standard fin/rudder..
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