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Old 01-20-2016, 01:07 PM
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Can anybody confirm these photo's as an 1934 meteor. I have no paperwork or plans of this aircraft. I have never seen the stabs that are adjustable as these are. I have not flown aircraft yet. Looking for info before flight. May be hanger queen if no info found. Thank you
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Old 01-20-2016, 02:23 PM
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Treat it like any other model.Get yourself an incidence meter,with the stab set at zero,the wing should be plus one degree.Make sure there are no twists in the wing.Balance the model 25 percent of the wing chord.Good place to start.jeffo
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Originally Posted by jeffo
Treat it like any other model.Get yourself an incidence meter,with the stab set at zero,the wing should be plus one degree.Make sure there are no twists in the wing.Balance the model 25 percent of the wing chord.Good place to start.jeffo

What he said + 1

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