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Is this purely a fluke or should it actually be as stable as it is? (No pull, and haven't been able to stall it)

It's hard to say for sure without building a model and putting it in a wind tunnel, but as accurate as FAR tends to be, I wouldn't be surprised if something like that could actually fly.

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I don't see any problem with it as long as the fuel is in the lower fuselage (to bring the CoM closer to the center/near the CoL).From my own plane building experience, i found the hard way that the CoM and CoF should be close on all axes (x, y, z), not just x and/or y/z.

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