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Old 08-14-2011, 12:38 PM
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Default Questions about making a rudder and steerable Wheel!!!

Hi,
This is my first post,
I was woundering if somebody could please tell me how i make a rudder and steerable wheels and what would be the easiest way
and what parts would i need

By the way the plane i am wanting to make is a Avro vulcan B.2 XM655

Thanks for reading

Jarod
Old 08-14-2011, 02:15 PM
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ORIGINAL: roychadwickavrovulcan

Hi,
This is my first post,
I was woundering if somebody could please tell me how i make a rudder and steerable wheels and what would be the easiest way
and what parts would i need

By the way the plane i am wanting to make is a Avro vulcan B.2 XM655

Thanks for reading

Jarod
Depending upon how many channels you have, connect the Rudder to the Rudder channel and the Nose Wheel to a Free channel. Use a programmable mixer to mix them. I am doing the same thing with a Tail Wheel. If you don't have enough channels, use a Matchbox.
Old 08-14-2011, 03:51 PM
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Default RE: Questions about making a rudder and steerable Wheel!!!


ORIGINAL: roychadwickavrovulcan Hi, This is my first post,
I was woundering if somebody could please tell me how i make a rudder and steerable wheels and what would be the easiest way
and what parts would i need By the way the plane i am wanting to make is a Avro vulcan B.2 XM655 Thanks for reading Jarod
<dt>Please refer several informatative " Pull Pull"setupsunder sub section
"Aircraft Design. Airfoils, Pull-Pull Systems, Flight Trim & Static Thrust Calculator."
and steerable nose gear installations under sub section
"Retract Undercarriage, Flaps and payload release" at
Alan's Hobby, Model & RC FAQ Web Links

and if using a Hitec Aurora 9:
Aurora 9 - Retract Wheels - Steerable - Lock Steerable Nose & Tail Wheels whilst retracted.

Whilst Vulcan has nosegear the following may also be of interest::
Tailwheel Construction and Fitting </dt><dt>Tailwheel Construction (DIY Scale Leaf Spring) - RCFU

Alan T.
</dt>
Old 08-14-2011, 06:00 PM
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ORIGINAL: roychadwickavrovulcan

Hi,
This is my first post,
I was woundering if somebody could please tell me how i make a rudder and steerable wheels and what would be the easiest way
and what parts would i need

By the way the plane i am wanting to make is a Avro vulcan B.2 XM655

Thanks for reading

Jarod
Jarod - I assume you are talking about a Nosewheel bucause there are not any Jets that I know of that use a Tail Wheel. If you are not using Channel Mixing, the JR Matchbox (and the Futaba equivalent) allow you to connect up to 4 servos to one channel and adjust Neutral, End Points, and Servo Direction, for each servo.
Old 08-16-2011, 02:51 PM
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Default RE: Questions about making a rudder and steerable Wheel!!!

Thanks Ev erybody i have wrote all that down and thanks again


Jarod


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