Originally Posted by xmech2k
Aren't planes without dihedral more likely to need rudder input to turn well? (Canards aside!)
Btw if you want dihedral building the wing like i did my straight one it only requires you to cut the main spar with dihedral in it and glue the two halfs together or prop up both sides and then use a doubler . It does not take any longer to build a wing with or without it in foam.
You have all these flat profile planes flying around with flat wings and some with no rudder so i would not worry about it to much. joe