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Old 09-03-2003, 10:47 PM   #11
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Thanks Vulcan 1
I would like to check out the tower,but it is in the green which is forested area. I would need a chopper to grt there. I will try things again after afew changes that were suggested. I will reroute receiver wire as Rot suggested.I talked technical assistance today and they suggested that maybe I was flying to slow which maybe I the airplane would be going into a stall. They say it is heavy airplane and to keep the speed up . could this be possible.This is the first airplane I have flowen of this size.
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Old 09-04-2003, 12:57 AM   #12
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You could try the other things the guy's suggested but I don't see where that will help. I have flown just about all my planes with the ant. buried. The only ones I don't is the new spads with the alum. fuselage. I also won't put it inside a carbon fiber fuse, with a couple of race models. Taped the ant. to the bottom since the wing was carbon to.
As for your stall problem, take it high enough and try a straight ahead stall and see if it does drop the wing. Drop the throttle back and ease a tad of up.
I don't see this as a problem as you said you have lots of good flights on it.
Just tryung to help. By the way are you near Athabaska.
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Old 12-16-2009, 10:40 PM   #13
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Re: Top Flite-Cessna Skylane-Control problems?

is it me.....or why cant i view some of these attachments on some of these threads.....they just dont appear like there are any?....are they gone..have they been removed?
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