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Differential aileron throw on a Flash5X

Old 07-08-2002, 02:36 PM
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Default Differential aileron throw on a Flash5X

I would like to know if the Flash 5X computer TX will alow me to program my radio to actuate my ailerons to go down 1/2 as much as the opposite aileron goies up w/ the same stick input?
I am using two wing-mounted HS-81s to control the ailerons and was planning to use channel 1 and 5 to drive these servos.
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Perry
Old 07-08-2002, 10:08 PM
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Default Differential aileron throw on a Flash5X

Yes, in the Glid/Acro mode with one servo plugged into ch1 and the other in ch5 you will set the EPA lower for the down travel on each servo.

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Old 07-14-2002, 08:22 PM
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Default Differential aileron throw on a Flash5X

I've been looking at getting a Flash 5 to put in my Sig SE. I see where you can use either the Acro mode or the glid/arco mode. So is it best to use the glid/acro mode to use the flaps and v mixing etc instead of setting the plane up for acro? Thanks, JT

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