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Pulsar elevator suffered some damage loading into car this morning. Snapped the carbon TE, carbon rib capping and rib snapped, and balsa LE creased. Welcome some advice on best repair method. I really don't want to remove any covering if I can help it. So thinking thin cyano and clamping the TE. Making a small incision on the covering near the broken ribs and wicking in thin cyano and just gluing the balsa LE.
Just bought myself a 'beautiful' Pulsar 3.2 electric thermal soaring glider. Second hand and hardly flown. Had some motor issues initially but soon fixed. I've only test-flown it but the quality looks absolutely marvellous. Each panel looks perfect on its own but there is a slight twist somewhere because the left wing-tip is slightly above the central flap, which is slightly above the right wing-tip. Needs looking at one day. One concern I have is that there is no switch; you make all the battery connections before screwing the nose cone on. So you cannot turn it 'off' between flights. Has anyone got any suggestions about a switch? They only ever seem to switch the ESC connection, not the power line but I'm not sure what's best. Anybody used anything like this 'Zepsus' switch (link here) ? Or is a proper 'physical' switch just as good ?