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Old 03-26-2006, 06:49 PM
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Alright after having so many problems trying to figure out my engine problems and choices i have one final problem. Since i got this Patriot already finished and flown i had only a few things to do, that i wanted to do which was give the engine a bath, change all the old Airtronics stuff out for my Futaba 3151's and Futaba radio gear, which resulted in me having to change all the pull-pull wires and crimps, and finally try to get ride of all the huge unnecessary chunks of weight which seemed to be counter-acting each other anyways! So i got all that done except the pull-pull stuff i'll be finishing this week, sooo... i don't have the instructions or plans to know the location of the Center of Gravity and so there for that is the problem i need solving.

For those who like to skip be the huge paragraph i need the CG on a Patriot40!!

For those who like pictures i try to get some up within the week!

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Old 03-26-2006, 07:27 PM
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According to Great Planes


SPECS: Wingspan: 47"
Wing Area: 524 sq.in.
Weight: 5.5-6 lbs
Length: 56"
Wing Loading: 24 to 26 oz/sq ft
Airfoil: Fully Symmetrical, Low-Wing
THROWS: (range dep on CG)
Elev: 1/4" to 3/8" up & down
Rudd: 5/8" left/right
Ail: 3/16 to 1/4" up/down
CG: 8-1/2" from LE @ fuse +/- 3/8"
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