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AR Wing - Moving the motor back

By bonafidepirate, 08 Aug 2018 into AR Wing in Fixed Wing Watch on YouTube »

Yet another quick video with the AR Wing on the bench... This time getting the motor moved back. Thanks to the tips from those that posted on the last video with some great ideas!

I may still swap the motor out for the one I mention in the video, but I want to fly this first to see how much it changes the trim on the elevons. Just waiting for the rain to stop now... lol Stay tuned!

BTW, I didn't use the new mic on this one, I recorded it all with the Explorer K (GoPro style) camera since it was handy and I wanted to do the timelapse, just made it all easier. Audio is a little muffled with it but it works. ;)

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