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Old 07-11-2014, 06:05 AM   #1
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Just had a stroke of luck..picked up a pz Sport Cub at a local hobby store...had been in reserve but not picked up. After unboxing, assembly, binding to my dx6i, I find the factory set up giving what seems to me, very very shallow throws in the rudder and elevator. And the manual states that the as3x will need to have the gains recalibrated if other than factory horn settings are used. All my efforts to find the measurements in "mm" or 'inches" have failed, can anyone tell me what movements I should be getting?
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change cleves setting higher (at the horn) and set expo at 50 % ( not lower)
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Since you're not getting more specific help, I can tell you I have the micro Pitts, and over at RCG a lot of people are moving the pushrods in on the flight surface control horns, and I haven't heard anyone complain of AS3X problems afterwards. Also, they've got a whole thread going about taking the SAFE rx (which has AS3X) out of the Apprentice and successfully using it in many different models. I would have been scared to try any of that, thinking subtle differences in the planes could cause flutter or all sorts of different strange behaviors, but they say it works.
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