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is is better to Y-Harness the aileron's or Rudder?

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Old 03-21-2002, 05:35 PM
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Default is is better to Y-Harness the aileron's or Rudder?

I have one empty slot open on my 7 channel reciever. I currently have the ailerons AND elevators Y-Harnessed into one slot. Should I put the ailerons or elevators into separate slots?
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You mean you have 2 aileron servos via Y-harness into one rcvr slot and 2 elevator servo via Y-harness into another one?
Is not quite clear to me.
If so, I would leave the Y-harness on the elevators, and give each aileron servo its own slot. This way you can adjust aileron differential on the TX, also use them as spoilerons or flaperons, if you want.

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thank you for your responce. I have decided to put each aileron into it's own slot and then set it up for flaps.

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