rmullins wrote:I used the leading edge material supplied by Aircraft Spruce.
http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/m ... 330800.php
Troy flew mine and said it flew like a lighter airplane (mine weighs 730) and Jak said they have built the last few planes at the factor that way. Over half your lift is generated in the first 25% of the cord so it makes sense to make that part of the airfoil as clean as you can
flitestol wrote:xpflyr or others.
Can you post a couple of pictures showing where the fuel tank mates with the front and rear spar and the same for the aluminum leading edge. If you can post a picture on the final fit of your inboard rib and butt rib that would be helpful as well...
We are at this point and have questions that photos like those would solve.
rmullins wrote:That looks great. And after I thought about it for a while, not supporting the entire trailing edge is probably a better way to do it because it would allow a little flex between the ribs and make it less likely to transfer all the movement to the end of the wrap like mine does.