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aileron cove

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Ok. Me again. so Im building the pitts s1/ultimate. my question is since the Ultimate wing has a flat trailing edge, is an aileron cove necessary? When I place the ailerons on the hinges there is a definite gap between the leading edge of the aileron and the trailing edge of the wing. Racing at Reno yes I understand the importance but for competition akro im curious. Building a "cove" would take some work but there hasnt been a single square inch on this plane that hasnt. What do you guys think.

 

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