Flying a plane is somewhat similar to driving a car. Like driving a car, it takes a lot of practice to make you feel comfortable when flying. This article discusses different techniques that you can use to fly your aircraft in a straight line and explains how to make necessary course adjustments for the flight to go smoothly.
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In this article by Fly Staff for Fly RC Magazine, they describe what conventional fuel systems and unflow fuel systems are. They also discuss the conventional tank theory, pressure differential, fuel mass, the unflow theory of operation, why it is important to check a valve, tips for having a successful fuel system, and how to tune for maximum performance.