RE: Hurrikane Build Thread
The way that I did it was to create a 3D model of the fuselage side (3/16") thick by projecting the top and side views from Dan's HurriKane drawing. That gave me a solid object shaped with the proper curvature and placed correctly in space. I then drew the V-tail with a 4-digit symmetrical airfoil that was 1/4" thick at the root and maintained the same PERCENTAGE thickness from root to tip as the V-tail chord decreases. I then placed the V-tail on the fuselage model, at the correct height, resting on the stab platform and made sure that the stab angle of attack was zero. I then "intersected" these two solid objects and got the magenta tracing that I posted above. Yes, it does look kinda funny, but as mentioned, it's because of the changing width of the fuselage and the change in chord of the stab. The stab intersection really doesn't have anything to do with the wing section since it is maintained at 0 deg aoa on both variants (HurriKane/Venom, & Seeker/Snaker) There probably will be trim changes however because the 66-012 is symmetrical and the S8064 is cambered and produces some lift at zero deg aoa.
Anyway, since I'm a relative newbie, I figure that this is at least one way that I can help out.
Dave: If you want, I can use your Seeker drawing to perform the same check, I'd be happy to do it.