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I have been lucky enough to get my hands on a Elita that is in really quite good condition. I have a question though that I hope someone here will be able to answer. This plane has an all moving tail that rotates around a central carbon rod that is bushed through the fin. I can just see through the small round hole in the base of the fin spar the fork clevis attached to what i assume is a 90 deg control arm that would also rotate about the same carbon rod bushing. Now, the other end of this 90 deg control arm should also be visable through the radiused slots in the fin that contol the pitch of the tail plane. My problem is i cannot see the other end of this control arm . When I move the servo back and forth, there is no sign of this, therefore there is no way of attaching and controlling the pitch of the tail. Being fully moulded carbon all of this is enclosed. Does anyone out there know if what i have described above is actually how it is meant to work or has Jaro designed some other fancy way of connecting the pitch control to the tail planes?? thanks, Hugh