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Old 06-09-2009, 09:46 AM   #1
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HZ Super Cub servo set-up- corrected with photo

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My appologies, if it makes a difference it is the elevator servo that is at an angle. Photo taken with transmitter on and battery in plane.

Ok, now for my next question

I was looking at the servo set-up in the plane and noticed that the arm coming off the servo that controls the elevator comes off perpendicular to the servo block (as I would expect). The arm on the rudder servo come off at about 45 deg to the block which seems wrong to me. I think that I am going to get more turn right than left with this set-up. Am I wrong? Is this set up correctly? It looks like all I have to do is take out the screw and reorient the arm then readjust the connection at the horn.

Learning is so much fun when you have such great help - thanks for the input everyone.
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Old 06-09-2009, 11:47 AM   #2
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Re: HZ Super Cub servo set-up

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Ok, now for my next question

It looks like all I have to do is take out the screw and reorient the arm then readjust the connection at the horn.
Correct, make sure the radio is on and there is power to the servo, then center the trim on that servo and re-instal the horn.
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