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    Canaliser

    Hi Don,

    Read a previous post about your results using a Canaliser, have tried one lately and like the results but it ssems to make model fly with its tail down, just doesn look right , I am at about -0.5deg in relation to wing ( LE of Canaliser lower) , would a change in the incidence of canaliser correct this?

    Would be grateful of any input,

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    RE: Canaliser

    Try positive .5 degrees on cantilser that will force you to put up elevator trim. Now, you can also put positive incidence in the stab which will raise it in flight, but require some up elevator trim to compensate. Try both of these to see if they work.


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