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Budget-minded modelers looking for high-performance 3D handling will want to look into Seagull’s new Harrier 3D .90 ARF. Covered in genuine UltraCote® and built from top-quality balsa and plywood similar to that found in Hangar 9® planes, the Harrier 3D can easily perform both sequence and 3D-style aerobatics. In fact, it performs all 3D maneuvers quite easily. Solid harriers without wing rocking are a breeze (after all, it is called the Harrier 3D .90!), but the plane’s effortless performance with blenders, rolling circles and especially torque rolls allows pilots to develop their aerobatic skills.
Using a computer radio, you can mix elevator and aileron to rudder to make knife-edge track straight. Also you can mix elevator to spoiler on a switch to aid in elevator and harrier maneuvers. Keep in mind the lower the weight of the plane; the better it will fly, so keep additional weight to a minimum.
Place the wheel pant flush with the landing gear centered in the recess in the wheel pant, and drill a hole through both sides of the wheel pant. The order to install the parts is to insert the axle through the inside of the wheel pant, then a washer, then a nut, followed by the wheel, and a wheel collar. Then slide the axle through the other side of the wheel pant and then the other wheel collar. Thread the nut installed previously onto the axle until it is even with the point where the threads stop on the axle, then put the axle through the landing gear, and install the washer and nut and tighten. Then tighten the wheel collar inside the wheel pant such that the wheel will not rub on the wheel pant, then tighten the wheel collar outside the wheel pant against the side of the wheel pant.