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Kingtech K45G powered Preceptor

Discussion in 'Jets' started by why_fly_high, Aug 3, 2016.

   
  1. why_fly_high

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    This is a plane I have been working with over the past few months. I was not terribly pleased with the way it flew at first. with some very simple mods I have gotten it to where I really like this plane. Not a lot of options out there for the K45G so I thought I would share.

    The main mod was a sub fin on the bottom of the fuselage. Its back end would wiggle if the air was the slightest bit bumpy. It made for some nasty snapping habits too. With the additional yaw stability it is so much better behaved.



    Dan
     
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  2. Jetpainter

    Jetpainter 640cc Uber Pimp

    Nice flight!
     
  3. why_fly_high

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    Thanks!
     
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