Fiddeflygare wrote:...i dont see how you would get less drag with the trim in neutral position? On a real life high performance glider and even most older gliders of glass/carbonfiber construction the trim only affects the stick as for example in my clubs LS8. This means that you would get the same drag having trimmed the aircraft to the speed you want as if you have the trim in neutral and push the stick forward in order to maintain your desired speed. Since you don´t have a trim rudder on the elevators.
OXO wrote:You should see some of the junk we have to read
C/G bias: Here you specify the relative position of your plane's center of gravity (C of G). The influence of this setting on performance is very small. The more important effect is glider handling.
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