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Old 01-31-2006, 07:42 AM   #11
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Wayne I have an OS46FX on mine and flys great with the engine, but like you I am still trying to work out the crow bugs,
From reading it again it says some elevator down is needed as it will pitch up. So maybe you have too much down programmed in.
looking at the diagram it shows I think I need to check the setup program as I think mine is programmed wrong for crow. So once I can find the table under the other projects I will look at it again.
It wasn't a crash it was deconstruction for improving

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Old 01-31-2006, 01:12 PM   #12
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I have an Ultra stick 40 with a JR 6102 tx. Last week I decided to try and set up crow. Actually this was my first attempt at any kind of mixing. It took me a couple of hours of screwing around, but I finally sorted it out.
The ailerons with crow selected move normally (full throws) and I was able to mix a little down elevator in with it. It flew great with crow. I cut power at about 400 ft. above the threshold of the runway, pointed it almost straight down, leveled off 10-15 ft. above the runway and landed right in front of me!
The way it's set up, if you flip the left switch, the flaps and elevator go down, then if you flip the right switch the ailerons go up and you have crow. If you do it the opposite way and flip the right switch first nothing happens, then if you flip the left switch you get crow immediately. It's like the right switch "arms " crow.
I'm fairly new at this so I don't know if there's more than one way to set this up, but it works.
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Old 01-31-2006, 06:50 PM   #13
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You are saying your ailerons move normally with crow on.How can this be?As an earlier post mentions,they are already full up and down.Are
your travels(end points)set for 100%?
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Sorry, I meant travel in the down direction
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