Chuck, I also would like a copy of your spreadsheet........ This demands accurate scales as well as an accurate clinometer since the angles are small. Ordinary bathroom scales aren’t good enough but commercial clinometers such as the “Smart Level” are fine.
I have a spreadsheet that performs the calculations if anyone would like a copy.
Brian, the POH for the UK MT-03 comes with a chart which shows the poistion of the C of G at various pilot / passenger / fuel weight combinations..... The MT as far as I know has never had the v c of G tested as this isn't a requirement for sec T, which relies more on flight testing and this it obviously passed.
Check out the Glossary of Gyro Terms on the PRA website.POH stands for Pilots Operating Handbook.
It would be good to have a lookup table for all the abreviations you guys use, since it is difficult (e.g., CLT) for newcomers like me. Walter