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I first got to meet Sean Bannister in the early '80s as he was a source of information for my final year aeronautical engineering degree project
on optimising the design of F3b models. I saw Sean fly the Algebra in Hillingdon and at a F3b comp in Oxford so seeing this thread has brought back many memories!
- Peter Balcombe
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Note that this thread deals with the new Algebra (cruciform tail) whilst the new Algebra 8 has more swept back wings and a T tail. Both have ailerons & flaps & should be available through Cliff.