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Old 10-16-2007, 11:09 PM
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i have a futaba t6xas i want to mix the servos on the ailerons and rudder.This is the hanger 9 p-51 pts .
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are you a beginner?
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no this is my 3rd plane and before anyone says use both thumbs i prefer mixing .
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Default RE: mixing aileron and rudder ratio on hanger 9 pts p-51?

Is your purpose just level turns? Go into "Advance Menu" and highlight an unused mix. Switch "INH" to "ON" for that mix. Assign aileron as master (MAS) and aileron as slave (SLV) and then assign it to an unused switch so you don't have it messing up other maneuvers. Switch the Link to "ON" and then set the switch position. Then assign a % of mix . . . maybe + and - 10% should be plenty but you'll have to experiment to see what works. I don't have a 6TXAS but those are the steps for my 9C. The logic flow may be the same.

Read the book that came with the radio. ;-)

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