I was wondering about the same thing for a Spartan Executive recently.
How about a Go Slow from McDaniels"
Another option may be:
Turnigy servo slow down module 10.
this is the servo slow down module I have used it for flaps and for servo actuated retracts. included is the female to female jumper extension which plugs into the rx. you can adjust the speed and slow down more than one thing at a time. just plug what you want slowed into the module then plug the jumper into the corresponding channel on the rx. 10. shipped paypal,conus
I beliece that digital servos can be programmed to go slow but not sure.
or from the Futaba Frequently asked questions:
Does the 10C have a Speed In/Speed out option like the 12 and 14 channel radios?
While the 10C does not have Speed In/Speed Out, you can use the throttle delay as a type of Servo Slow on a different channel if you like.
What you will need to do is to plug whatever servo you are wishing to slow, into the channel 3 slot and get that set up as you wish.
Then you will want create throttle on another channel (we'll use 8). You will need to go into the Aux Channel screen to make channel 8 Null.
Then we are going to do a series of mixes:
- For the first mix, you will go into the advanced menu and create a mix from Throttle to Throttle at -100% each way with any switch in the Null position, this will turn off the throttle stick action for you.
- Second mix, you will want to make Throttle master and Aux2 as slave, Link Off, Trim Off, the switch should be set to STK-THR and the rates should be +100% in both directions.
- Next you will want to make another mix with Offset as master, and Throttle as Slave, for this example you can put this on Switch C in the UP position at +100%.
- For fourth and last mix, again do an offset mix with Offset as Master and Throttle as Slave and then put this on Switch C in the Down position at -100%.
This will make your channel 8 servo act as your throttle with your throttle stick and allows you to use channel 3 with a different servo plugged into it, as your "delayed" servo.
Lastly all you need to do is go into Throttle Delay and set the amount of delay you want on this servo.