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Sub-trim???

Old 04-28-2004, 10:47 PM
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Hi,
Okay here it is, i just bought myself a new airtronics mx-3 radio. I got all my trims and EPA's set-up, but when i was going through the list on the screen i found something called sub-trim. I dont know what it does, its not the same as ST orTH trim. I messed around with it for a bit but didnt notice a change. Can anyone help me in what this does? thanx
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"Sub-Trim: This is a trim function on many computer radios, allowing fine tuning during set-up, and still allowing the full regular trim adjustability with the digital trims when in use. Sub-trim adjusts the whole travel of the servo off center; digital trims just adjust the center toward one end or the other, creating slightly more/less travel for each side."

Futaba T3PK Instruction Manual at Page 65.
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thanx it was alot of help.

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