Also the leverage of the XXS stab with normal fuselage is so small that difference of pressure point is not much more than 1 cm and I also don't need to move strut. Haven't tried stubby, but I would be afraid of the drag that stays which is 60% of the reason to ride mono. On the other hand I like the ability of yours to have a nearly 100% perfect mono mode but close just be screwing the back wing also a trainer mode. I have also a fuselage elongation to add to the mono but with 3 screws it requires more time to add. I think the ability to switch fast inbetween both modes could bring a lot of people to monofoils. There are also a few brands who have this ability, not basicly designed for mono but just a fuselage in two parts for example fone for their "Gravity" Front wings with stuby fuselage one piece and others in the past.
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