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Old 08-01-2016, 08:42 PM   #1
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John Cook Stunt Runt balance point

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As the tittle says please..... Putting one of theses together that I started many years ago and the plans are long gone. I know that with a constant cord wing that a good starting point is 25-30% back from the leading edge but in this case it doesn't just look right. Anyone got one of these and ca help me out..

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Re: John Cook Stunt Runt balance point

Hi Dave.

You can get hold of him directly.

This is his website:

His phone number and email appear on the "business card" shown on the header (right side). Knowing john. I am sure he would love to banter with you and answer all your questions about the Stunt Runt
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Re: John Cook Stunt Runt balance point

wow, i use to have the "illusive" in my teens, i actually think theres a pic of it on his site lol. I flew that thing for years, was my favorite plane at the time.
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