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In theory, during a stall, the top wing would stall first being further forward. For those flying/flown skybolts, how true is this in practice? How would one know? and are they so close that it doesnt really matter?


I am asking because I was thinking of fitting an Angle of Attack Indicator, but prefer to mount it on the lower wing [less hassle] but literature Ive found suggest they be mounted on the upper due to the above reason...



 

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