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gedson

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In 1970, August issue of sport aviation there was an article written by Noel J. Becar (EAA 725) about the design improvements to aileron control on EAA biplanes. I have come across this and have questions. I have the set of controls made for my unit from the prints. The logic for the change is understandable, if it was to only take care of yaw effects. But my engineering mind says there was more to it. So,Iwould like totry an findout moreabout this change. Before I began to remake all of these partsor cover the wing.


Any one who can offer somehelpto clear this up, or knows of Mr. Becar and how to contact him,would be appreciated.
 

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