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Old 06-30-2019, 02:56 AM
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Hi, I Have a old/new plane and would like to ID it. Can some one please tell me what forum I should post it too?
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Old 06-30-2019, 03:02 AM
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I uploaded a photo to my gallery.
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A Tiger Moth, but hard to tell what kit/ARF it came from.
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Should I post more photos to help you identify it?
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Originally Posted by CHassan View Post
A Tiger Moth, but hard to tell what kit/ARF it came from.
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If you are asking because you want to know the CG and control throws so you can fly it, knowing the manufacturer isn't necessary. Find a kit or ARF that's close in size, then take their recommendations. CG is more sensitive, so use an online CG calculator to get it right.
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