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    New F18 70mm edf

    Would like to know what are the throws for the elevators and ailerons

    Not listed on the plans

    If anybody can help me out

    Thanks

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    RE: New F18 70mm edf

    Set your low rates to have about 1/4" deflection and a bit more for your high rates.

    Dial in Expo on your TX to avoid over-sensitivity.

    I like higher roll rates so I set up more deflextion on the ailerons.
    There is an art . . . to flying. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.

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    RE: New F18 70mm edf

    Okay thanks will do

    PS;

    Did yu put ever try f18 with ruddrs is it worth putting them

    Its a hassle to cut them out and hinge and then put rudder servo in

    Dn't know if it is worth while


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    RE: New F18 70mm edf

    IMHO it's not worth doing.

    You don't use the rudders when flying this plane, and because it will fly sooo slowly on landing ( under power ), you can land it width-wise on a runway during a cross wind.

    There is an art . . . to flying. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.


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