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JR 10X and Trace Rate?

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Old 08-02-2004, 08:47 PM
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Default JR 10X and Trace Rate?

I understand that once the throws are setup equal, you can use the trace rate to increase the throw. I am running the elevator channel and aux 3 for the second servo. (setup using
the D/ELE function in the wing function #22)
When I trim up or down with the trim tab, both servos move, but when I adjust (or turn up) the trace rate on the elevator, it only affects one of them and not the other. I havent tried the ailerons to see if they do the same, but right now I am trying to figure out the ailerons. Also, on the 10X is it best to set the Travel of say the elevators to 150% up and down to get the best resolution, or leave it at 100%?
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Old 08-03-2004, 07:05 AM
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Default RE: JR 10X and Trace Rate?

1) Are you using the pre programed dual elevator mix ?

2) 150% travel will give you improved resolution.
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Default RE: JR 10X and Trace Rate?

I am using the dual elevator setup by going into the wing fucntion #22 and selecting D/ELE and activating it. Thats the only mix I have. works fine that way and trim works automatically, but trace rate does not.
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