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LNAV_polar.dat Files For LS-7

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Does anyone have an LNAV_polar.dat file for Wolfgang Piper's Rolladen Schneider LS-7 that I can use with the Caiset LNAV gauge? I am currently using the .dat file that came with the gauge, but that is for an ASW20. I really love the LS-7 and that is what I have been flying mostly. I would love to get the correct LNAN_polar.dat file for this aircraft though. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks...

Randy L.

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I have a list of polars in my files, and I'll have a look tonight at what is there. I think the best thing now might be to

use Max's polar test gauge set, from his website:

http://www.fszwever.nl/

Find it under the "Gauges" section. With that you can make a test fight and generate a polar on-the-fly. I haven't used it myself, but that's the way it's supposed to work.

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I have a list of polars in my files, and I'll have a look tonight at what is there. I think the best thing now might be to

use Max's polar test gauge set, from his website:

http://www.fszwever.nl/

Find it under the "Gauges" section. With that you can make a test fight and generate a polar on-the-fly. I haven't used it myself, but that's the way it's supposed to work.

Thanks Bulau, I will give that a try. Take care...

Randy L.

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