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Rigging question for TR-1

 
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jeffbudner



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2021 7:15 am    Post subject: Rigging question for TR-1 Reply with quote

I have what I believe is a rigging issue with my TR-1. I'm continuously having to push the stick to the right in order to maintain straight and level flight. If I let go of the stick the planes wants to roll over to the left, this is with the fuel tanks fairly equal. Any thoughts or advice would be helpful. Is there a way to determine if this an adjustment issue or could there be something more severe going on.

Thanks much,

Jeff
TR-1, 099


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2021 8:27 am    Post subject: Rigging question for TR-1 Reply with quote

Good morning Jeff

Not knowing the history, I would recommend to inspect the control system for worn out hardware, loose or/ & security of all components.
If after completing  the inspection no faulty component was found then begin by re-rigging the flight control system.

Good luck

Giuseppe Lo Cicero


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I have what I believe is a rigging issue with my TR-1. I'm continuously having to push the stick to the right in order to maintain straight and level flight. If I let go of the stick the planes wants to roll over to the left, this is with the fuel tanks fairly equal. Any thoughts or advice would be helpful. Is there a way to determine if this an adjustment issue or could there be something more severe going on.

Thanks much,

Jeff
TR-1, 099




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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2021 10:03 am    Post subject: Re: Rigging question for TR-1 Reply with quote

Thanks for the reply Giuseppe, I did a visual inspection and nothing appears to be loose or visibly worn. Is there a document you can point me to as to process of rigging this airplane?

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Jeff
TR-1, 099


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