Long EZ 24" Wing Span

Plane Long EZ 24" Wing Span V2

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Build Plan (PDF, AI, etc.)
This is based on the FT Long EZ and @jpot1 's ideas scaled up 125%. It has KF airfoils on the wing and canard along with an elevator on the canard. It's an easy build but a fast and nimble flier - I wouldn't suggest if for your first or second plane. You'll find that just like a real canard aircraft this has a very gentle to nonexistent stall.

You need:
2 sheets of FB
a couple of BBQ skewers
"F" power pack or equivalent
3S 850 battery
3 5gram servos & arms
1 FT mini control horn
2 FT swappable size control horns
And not necessary but I like the hatch lock available here: https://airc-pirates.com/hatch-lock/

Build tips:
Spend time getting the fuselage square and straight then your wing and canard will line up and be parallel.
Tape the outside and inside of the hatch hinge.
Put on the canopy, top rear, bottom front skins and the Velcro for the battery before attaching the wing or canard.
The bevels for the ailerons and elevator can be on the top or bottom, as you like. I put mine on the bottom.

To start set the ailerons for 15° and the elevator for 30° deflection then tune to your taste.
This is a canard so when you pull back on the stick the elevator should deflect DOWN not up.

Here are build photos but don't hesitate to contact me with questions.

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