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Old 10-20-2009, 12:08 AM
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On 120 yak with gas engine, x9303 2.4 radio, HS 7985 servos.

Can i wrap the two elevator servo wires into the same wire wrap from the back of plane to the rx.
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Old 10-20-2009, 06:27 AM
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Default RE: wrapping servo wires

Shouldn't hurt a thing. Accepted wisdom is that winding them around each other minimizes potential RF noise, you might want to throw a couple of twists in there if you've got wire length enough. Your 2.4 gHz is SO advanced compared to the 72mHz that it's virtually immune to that. But you know the definition of "virtually" is "Seems to be, could be, but in fact is not", so, it never hurts!


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Need info! Thanks
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