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Aeroworks 40% G-202 CG

Old 11-03-2013, 02:15 AM
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Hi all...

I have an older Aeroworks 40% G-202 that I'm trying to find out what the recommended CG is.... anyone happen to know?

It flies OK, but seems a little on the tail heavy side to me.
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To check the CG pull up to a 45 degree up line, roll inverted and ease off the sticks. If it holds the line or steepens the climb then yes you are tail heavy. Always suggest taking a previously built airplane or even an ARF and measure it out so you know where the thrust angles and incidences are before flying. Make changes if needed.
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