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    this planes CG ?

    hi
    anyone know the CG of this plane ? thanks

    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...idProduct=6511

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    RE: this planes CG ?

    you should go to their web site and get on their live chat.should be the best way to answer to your question.good luck!
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    RE: this planes CG ?

    thanks i found it ,rye

    The manual says "7.8cm/3in from leading edge", and that is a good starting point. I think low speed flying is easier at 10cm, but anything between 7cm and 11cm might be OK depending on your taste and flying style


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