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Old 04-08-2021, 12:04 PM   #151
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Second was a Sig Wonder. Flew but not very well or predictable until I separated the aileron servos to add differential rudder mix - to give more throw on the inboard aileron in a turn (ya there is no rudder but it worked) differential travel and expo. Tamed it right down.
IIRC, the wonder used a mechanical set-up for differential. I know I used mechanical differential all the time on some slope models.
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IIRC, the wonder used a mechanical set-up for differential. I know I used mechanical differential all the time on some slope models.
Yes that is quite easy to do. I have also set up differential spoilers (not sure if that is the right term) for roll control mechanically. As in right only for right turns, left doesn't move and vice versa.
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