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Lyndon

Lyndons Savannah VG Thread

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I got all tank fittings pre assembled from icp with holes for tanks and sight gauge.

 

Australia don't want this?

 

 

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Had a quick look but can't find it. Take it this is a tool for adjusting something ??? Much later in the build.

 

Lyndon

 

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Had a quick look but can't find it. Take it this is a tool for adjusting something ??? Much later in the build.

Lyndon

Flap/Ailerons fine adjustment.

 

 

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Just learnt something. I bought the upgraded trim tab kit. Primed it and I'm now fitting it. It's exactly the same as my kit. Bugger . Anyway with the 15 and 16 mm of movement on the tab. Can I just power up the unit safety or do I have to wait till the plane is ready to fly and adjust it. Be a lot easier to it while I'm building it on the bench.

 

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Next issue is the elevator rubs on the stabilizer. Can't see why or an easy fix other than a mallet. Just scuffs as it cycles

 

Lyndon

 

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Just rubs on the rivet. My concern is its so close. In the air with load on it it may still rub without knowing how much clearance should be there while static. I would have thought about 3 or 4 mm minimum. I have zero now so it's a lot to find .

 

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