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Album A giant step towards advanced flying
Date Saturday, June 19, 2010
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Notes The traditional opening flight by Hajj


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DanyG. 
Monday, June 21, 2010
Nice one Hajj!! However, looking at the trees on the back ground, i am having a hard time figuring out direction in which this photo was taken due to lack of other references!!! Getting old probably............

Pete 
Monday, June 21, 2010
Hajj , really your flying is improving every week end !
Dan in this photo Hajj was making a long approach from what is known among us as " Banadoura side " ! the trees are behind Amaz road ! You're not at all getting old ! You'd better not with your super sonic JETS !!! But it's Guyo's super Teleobjectif effect !!!


I Dont know what Im Doing but im an Expert at it ! Whether im right or im wrong I'm still the captain!
HAJJ 
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Thank you guys.appreciate the photo and your comments.I noticed a tilt to the right side...this has been going on since day one.I am removing the wing monokote right now,and guess what...Major difference in balsa densities.I had to add 15 GMS, to the left wing tip...
this is the second world models plane that I encounter this issue .
to all amaz fraternity ...check the balance of your wings...DON'T TAKE IT FOR GRANTED.


scratch building is fun...use that right angle to set EACH WINGTIP at a minimum height of 6.5 cm...
mounirz 
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
well 7ajj, technically u have to balance not only for nose or tail heavy modification but rather latteral balance too. or roll balance..that is side to side
its very very very did i say very ,, very important


i ask god to give people whatever they wish for me
mounirz 
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
ba3dein why did u remove the monokote !!! i didn't get that !!

i ask god to give people whatever they wish for me
HAJJ 
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
hey mounir I bet YOU VERY FEW balance laterally.although this is mandatory.I personaly do tht when I scratch build or build a kit.But an ARF?WELL IT'S GOOD TO KEEP ON LEARNING.
Iremoved the monokote to reduce the weight of the unnecessarily heavy wing...also it was a tastless design.
KEEP ON SCRATCH BUILDING...


scratch building is fun...use that right angle to set EACH WINGTIP at a minimum height of 6.5 cm...
hisham 
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
One click on Ailerons trim and ur done.
heheheh

Scratch building is my way. !! Dont u just Hate it when a warbird crashes...... A scale model is like a good book. The more you look, the more you discover.
HAJJ 
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Hisham is right,,,
see Mounir,rarely anyone balances laterally.they depend on modern technologies...
(joking)...but really hisham with AIL. I would lose the slow FLOATING effect...which gives me the utmost flying pleasure.
ANYBODY ON THIS WING BALANCING ISSUE?


scratch building is fun...use that right angle to set EACH WINGTIP at a minimum height of 6.5 cm...
DanyG. 
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Hajj, it's better to add a little weight on the opposite wing than removing material to lighten the "heavy" side.

mounirz 
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
sorry to tell u that trimming with ailerons is not enough and in HAJJ's case its kind of impossible :)
i would agree to Dany's sugestion, instead of making the structure weak to make it light from one side,, just add few mg at the end of the wing and ur done!!!

i ask god to give people whatever they wish for me
HAJJ 
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
you are both right ofcourse.that is why like Isaid I had to add 15 gms. on the opposite wing.
Now I can work(working) to make the wing LIGHTER and yet STRONGER.


scratch building is fun...use that right angle to set EACH WINGTIP at a minimum height of 6.5 cm...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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