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Straight-Up CLG Article and plan
Straight-Up CLG Article and plan

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Straight-Up CLG Article and plan
Description: Straight-Up CLG Article and plan from Model Aviation magazine, August 1995

The wingspan isn't on the plan but according to the fuselage dimension it looks to be 15 1/4 inch if everything is the same scale.

The fin could be a little high. I reduced the fin to 1 5/8 inch
Keywords: Straight-Up, Joe Mekina, catapult launched glider
Date: 05.22.2022 13:34
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Sailaway
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Join Date: 09.03.2008
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Thank you

Thanks. Can you confirm that distance between the wing TE and stab pointed edge at its LE is 8 and 5/16" ? Looking forward to making it soon.
05.22.2022 16:33 Offline Sailaway
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Straight-Up, geometry

Straight-Up, geometry
If you enlarge your drawing to a 3 inch wing chord. The fuselage measures 17 1/4 inch from behind the black nose that represents the clay or lead ballast to the end of the finger grip.

Wingspan 15 1/4 inch. Cord 3 inches. Polly dihedral break 4 5/8 inch, wing tip 3 inches

Tail moment 8 3/8 inch. Nose 2 3/4 inch. Stab 4 7/8 inch 2 1/8 inch. Fin 1 7/8 inch high 1 5/8 inch.

Great little glider, Have Fun
05.22.2022 17:56 Offline stupid



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