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Wing Root Fairings

shorebird

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Ok, so I will have to build wing root fairings for my S1-C from scratch. Can anyone with experience out there tell me which is the best method to do the build-up; expandable foam, modeling clay etc???? Also, anyone know how far back on the lower longeron they should extend for best results and what weight glass cloth and how many layers in the fairing?


I would appreciate any advise.


Thank you
Dennis
 

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