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Old 12-30-2023, 06:50 PM
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Thanks Bob that explains it all. Very much appreciated. Happy New Year.
Old 05-25-2024, 04:02 PM
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Picked up one of these NIB. Started yesterday by using Eastwood 2pt clearcoat. Makes a nice glossy hard shell finish. Any pointers on getting the flaps/slats wired up?
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Originally Posted by tp777fo
Picked up one of these NIB. Started yesterday by using Eastwood 2pt clearcoat. Makes a nice glossy hard shell finish. Any pointers on getting the flaps/slats wired up?

Tom,
In Jeti I set my wing up with 4 flaps.

I use 3 flight modes, Flaps up, half, and full.

Flaps are standard… controlled by flight modes and butterfly/flap menu in S for all separate flight modes

Split the slat Y into 2 separate channels 1 for left slat servos and 1 for right slat servos.

In butterfly/flap menu use:
S1 for left flap
S2 for left slat (both servos on the Y)
S3 for right flap
S4 for right slat (both servos on the Y)

…or any combination that makes sense to you. The idea is you can set whatever you want for flap and slat settings for each flap flight mode.

Call me if you have questions.

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Old 06-18-2024, 04:47 PM
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Got notice my X95 is inbound. Going out of town for a few days so I wont be able to finish it. Soon though.
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That’s what I use and I love mine. More than enough power and very reliable.
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Nearly finished with my install. I have removed all 3 steel weight slugs (6.2 oz )in the nose and plan to place my batteries in the nose.







What are you guys using for the starting CG?


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