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    • SilentPilot
      Cheers wookman I've been reading up on the 2m Algebra so see what dihedral is should have. I guess most people do their research before getting the plane though eh... I did find a plan and it shows bent wing joiners but I cant read what it says and zooming in just makes it blurry. It seems the way if flew matches how others describe. It can be slow to turn but once over it almost needs to be held off with top rudder. I must say I did notice this, though I think I only needed to centre the stick to stop the roll. Not typical of a R/E model, they usually self right if left alone... The wallowy feel can be reduced slightly by reducing the dihedral (though nobody says what to!) and/or moving the CG forward slightly. I know I was close to the (Aft?) CG markings that Pete had put on. Maybe that is too far back for slope use with its associated turbulence.   I'll keep looking for a book dihedral angle! 
    • satinet
      Depends on the electronics i guess but 3s LifePo4 is much closer in voltage.
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