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For best results in F3K Competition Flight as well as pure joy, it is essential to use the
whole potential of your Steigeisen. The Flying characteristics can be separated into
three flight phases:
· FP1/Launch: lift-coefficient slightly >0
· FP2/Distance/Cruise: gliding flight in a wide speed range with cl from 0,1 to cAmax
· FP3/Thermal: flight with lowest decline within thermals or in dead air conditions
You need to be able to at least program these three phases. FP1 and FP3 are fixed
values. Flight Phase 2 is intended to cover the the whole speed range. The easiest way to
succeed is by using a sliding controller (speedcontrol) on your transmitter. It controls flaps
as well as elevator at the same time. Imagine this speed control being your accelerator
pedal in a car! Adjust the neutral position of the elevator for straight and level flight (flight
test). You should come up with 1,5◦ AoA. All elevator throws refer to this neutral position
(*). Positive throws refer to downward deflections and vice versa. Throws are measured in
millimeters at the root.