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Old 10-22-2006, 06:52 PM   #1
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Hi guys I picked up a sig liberty sport biplane the lower wing is just about done and the top still needs some work on it to make it complete the fuse is almost ready to be covered my questions are:

1.) is there a way to set the aerolons up for duel servos and if so how

2.) i have a webra 61 will this be alright to put in this plane

3.) are there any other schemes for it out there

srry for these noob questions never built a bip before

also if anybody has any suggestions or ideas or has flown one feel free to let me know

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Old 10-22-2006, 10:50 PM   #2
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You can put one servo in each wing bay where the 90 degree bellcranks
are located and use 2-56 rods direct to the horns. You will need a 6 inch servo extension for each side. Just put a little larger ply piece between the two wing ribs.

The Webra should be fine on 15% nitro as long as it idles reliable. A bipe
deadstick with no power is not the most fun.
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Old 10-24-2006, 06:19 PM   #3
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I had one, overall nice flying plane. BUT if you are looking for a fast roll I would recommend adding ailerons in the top wing. Try to shift the landing gear forward it didn't take much for mine to nose over on landing/takeoff. I had a 61FX in it and it had plenty of power. Overall weight was 7lbs
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