In my experience, a front-motor boost-glider with a fixed pod is going to be nose heavy before adding any trim weight. Both of the Estes Falcons (K-13) that I built needed extra weight on the tail to get a good glide. I have found that really small gliders are a bit more difficult to trim properly. Something as small as the Jet Freak should probably be flown in calm wind conditions. Good luck finding these conditions in Oklahoma.
Originally Posted by sooner.boomer
'Til next time,
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