The Naubert Monarch
Sept 19, 2002 -We have mounted the yaw dampers, changed the aileron to fuselage belcrank connection since it was incorrect. The Main contorl stick had the nyloc changed to a castle nut and cotter pin. Gap seals where applied to the ailerons.
|The corrected aileron attachment. Note there should be a lock nut for each part attached to the threaded rod.|
|Left yaw wing tip damper. This greatly helps counter the adverse Yaw when initiating a turn.|
September 17, 2002
John has decided to sell his Monarch. He has found himslef unemployed.... so its ups for sale! $10,000 buys this Monarch F complete with Trailer. This glider is currently undergoing a refitting. New Adverse Yaw dampers, and updates to various parts. This glider will be thoroughly flight tested in the next few weeks.
|The Naubert Monarch in the shop undergoing work.|
John Naubert has always been invovled with flying. He has attended numerous gathering of flying wing enthusiasts and finally found himself a glider. He found a very built Monarch F kit, although a bit heavy that was nearly complete. Marske Flying Wings is in the process of getting it finished.
The wings where painted so the first project was to paint the fuselage.