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    SD10G: Stick sensitivity as a mix?

    This post is geared toward a question asked in the pattern forum:

    Is it possible to program a control surface to become more/less sensitive based on the position of another stick? For example, can you program the rudder to be sensitive with low throttle, and progressively become less sensitive with throttle? The idea is to 'tone down' the rudder at high throttle settings. The pilot is interested in a progressive mix, rather than an on/off stick switch.

    http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_11...m.htm#11309797
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    RE: SD10G: Stick sensitivity as a mix?

    Hey Joe,

    I saw that post, referring to the 9C or MZ radios.  No, the SD-10 does not support that.  I'm not sure I know of any other radio that will.  It's a interesting idea though. 
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