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    Flying using a VPP system - switch or lever

    Does the plane fly normal in every respect until you use the pitch change. Is the pitch change controlled by a switch or the left throttle lever? On my Realflight it seems as the Vpp is controlled by a toggle switch. You put throttle lever down and flip the top toggle switch for full reverse. Is this the way it should be?
    Thanks for your help Guys, FORGEDABOUTIT! Ron

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    RE: Flying using a VPP system - switch or lever

    No. Throttle stick should control the pitch.

    Forward stick position = forward pitch
    center position = 0 pitch
    Back position = reverse
    Without a healthy fear of the ground


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