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Post  akjgardner on Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:07 pm

Hey Eric , you snuck in there while I was typing. Yea, You and Roddie got me kickstarted to getback on it, No pun intended, haha
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Post  rsv1cox on Fri Mar 03, 2017 7:24 pm

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rsv1cox wrote:Wow, a flying tail on a ukie, gotta see that.  Has it ever been done before?  Ought to change attitude right now!  There would have to be some limits to the movement.  

Bob, the Cox PT19's stab. is somewhat like that. With "up" input; it's leading edge actually drops below the pivot-point. Mine has what I'd say; a 30/70 split to where the pivot/hinge-point passes through the tail. Cox's design works.. and holds up to abuse.. which is a testament to good "Plastic Flying Model" engineering. Laughing

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Yup, It was that flying tail that caused me to dizzy out............ Smile when all else fails blame the plane... Smile

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