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Just bought a Byron Corsair

Old 05-28-2006, 12:38 PM
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I just bought a Byron Corsair. It weighs in at 29 pounds. I was hoping somebody could tell me what your control surface throws are set at. I did not get any manuel with the plane.

And after looking at the wings, each wing tip has a 1/4" stud that plugs into the center wing, and fastened with one 1/4" nut, is this all that is needed to secure the wingtips?

thanks in advance for any info you have,


WOOOOT ,, I got me a big warbird!!!!

freddy
Old 05-29-2006, 06:20 AM
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Can't help with any of your questions - sorry. I just wanted to say YOU ROCK! Hopefully I'll be the proud owner of one some day too.

Good luck and be sure to keep us all posted. And send some pics!
Old 05-29-2006, 07:57 AM
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Default RE: Just bought a Byron Corsair

I had the same problems two years ago, here is what I have done

rudder as much as you can get
elevator and aileron: 15 degree low rate 20 degrees high rate, she is sensitive to aileron throw so I almost flew all the time at low rate.

put 30% expo on all low arte ang high rate,

Flaps at least 45 degrees, mine were 60 degrees

first flight at low rate, switch to hogh rate when you are high enough to get the feel of the plane,

She is a very honest plane she won't let you down.

don't bring her in low and slow, the best landing are carrier type, start high full flaps good rate of decent, flare and bring the throttle back once the wheels are on the ground

have fun.

Pierre
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Thanks ALOT!

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