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    Cap232 .60 setup for control surfaces etc

    has anyone flown similar bird and what weight, deflections, tx rates did you use:

    Cap232 .60 (think brand name got lost with most of the instructions that should have been in the manual, well built lil girl though)


    WINGSPAN - 1600mm
    FUSELAGE LENGTH - 1310mm
    WING AREA - 44.8sp.dm
    weight w/o battery 3kg ish



    Thanks so much
    C
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    RE: Cap232 .60 setup for control surfaces etc

    Caps are nice flying aircraft. Don't have one right now but enjoyed in past. Gerally set up throws form manual butwhen don't have one use what I have been used to in past about 3/4" . If you have dual rates set high rate for that and reduce low rate to maybe 1/2". That way will give you something safe to judge by. Caps are very responsive so if you lack experience have someone check it out for you. Good luck.


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