I hope to get my Hobbyzone Commander 2 in the air this week, if the blasted replacement fuselage ever arrives. Anyway, I've been told that this relatively long, thin foam wing will sometimes snap in half from flight stress, and I was thinking about using a piece of packing tape applied to 90% of the length of the underside of the wing, to resist the upward pull of flight stress. Any thoughts? Should I *slightly* flex the wing downward as I apply the tape, or just apply it with the wing unstressed? If I do it, will I need to use a piece of electrical tape on the mounting point on the fuselage (it's a rubber band type mount) to provide enough friction to stop the wing from slipping?
16 years ago