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Old 06-04-2017, 05:32 AM
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Thinking about shorting the fuse 6in and see how it looks. Looks a little to long the way it is.
Old 06-04-2017, 06:02 AM
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Looks ok as is, but check the balance after all the components are in to see if it needs shortening. Sometimes it is good for the air to recover after the wing disturbs it.
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Check out the Facebook group for rc combat, and contact William Drumm. He produces an SSC kit when he has time. I added my name to his list for the next batch.
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You might want to look into Hat Trick Combat planes, he produces an open B plane called a Phencepost. Fayettevillercclub.com
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Linkie no workie try Hat Trick RC Combat Plane Kits

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