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New to forumI just aquired an EAA Biplane. What is the CG envelope. Little info is given in the plans. I've found the figures for the Acro 1 which are 60-66" from datum, EAA bipe numbers should be close if not the same? Just did a W&B which suggest slightly nose heavy although it's been flying like that for at least 100 hours...?

Thanks

Jack

PS. I owned a S1C and Starduster 2 many moons ago and decided to come back.. I'm past 60 now and don't need much excitment, figure the old bipe should be fun
 

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