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    Need help setting up Elevons on SD-10G

    I am trying to set-up my radio for an Me163 with elevons. I tried glider mode but then I cannot get a throttle channel. I tried delta wing, but that only gets me 1 aileron servo. I also tried tailerons but that make elevator correct but ailerons are wrong direction. Now I am frazzled.[&:]
    Any ideas? I cannot find any reference to elevons in the manual.
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    RE: Need help setting up Elevons on SD-10G

    OK, figured it out. In delta, I have 1 aileron servo AND 1 elevator servo. The radio automatically mixes them.
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    RE: Need help setting up Elevons on SD-10G

    Hi,

    You can do this in AERO mode. Just choose DELTA in the Aileron option in the model type menu. Page 31/32 in the manual explains this and references elevons in the aero programming table on page 32. Once chosen, all the mixing will be done automatically for you. You can then refer to the Surface menu to see exactly what channels to plug your servos into your receiver so that everything works as expected.

    Best regards,
    Todd


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