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Old 06-11-2014, 07:47 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Davethebluessinger View Post
Hi Guys, hope someone can explain what I need to do here!
Heres my question!
On a wing with a cambered top and flat bottom I would initially set my aileron neutral with a straight edge so the lower wing surface and lower aileron surface formed a dead straight line

How do I set up the neutral position on a symmetrical wing with a very thick leading edge? Should I just make it look even top and bottom?

Just donít want to plant a brand new plane on its maiden!!!


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Dave
If you have one of those newfangled cellphones, check out the Clinometer app. This is a very nice level that measures in degrees. Just check both ailerons with it.

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