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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