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Old 02-09-2018, 03:04 AM
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Hello,

@SP Fantasista Owners....


Could you give me the rate of "trim control" when the flaps are down ?

Thanks a lot.
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Old 03-16-2018, 01:49 AM
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Hello

I called BJ(BJ craft) and asked about your question (BJ is my friend ever since i was young)

His answer was if you use control horn(height:20mm) which included in the kit and futaba servo horn(17mm outside hole)....

He recommend
aileron up : -50%
inboard aileron(flap) down : +80%
elevator mixing : down 45% (elevator servo horn:13mm outside hole)
and you should set delay speed.

For reference BJ use futaba 18MZ WC Airbrke program and delay function (speed) aileron 23, flap 24, elevator 24
therefore he has set the plane slowly dropped its nose after the switch on.

He recommend this landing condition for any pattern plane, just in case.

Please understand my poor speaking english culture.
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Old 03-16-2018, 03:23 AM
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Hello,

Your english is better than mine !!

Because I have no answers I have decided to do the maiden flight without informations...
And finally I arrive to the same rate than BJ.

Excepted I dont up the aileron when the programm is activated, and I dont use it to landing, I prefer normal conditions.

Again Thank you for your reply..
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