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Old Sep 15, 2008, 01:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Dave Eichstedt
Not a stupid question! Right stick is used for primary turning control, which is usually ailerons. For 3-channel airplanes that use rudder, the rudder servo is connected to the aileron channel, so the right stick is still used for primary turning control, which in this case is the rudder, not ailerons. Out of the box, the Radian will have the rudder plugged into the aileron channel, so you'll turn with the right stick not the left.


thanks for the reply.

How much of a leap will it be to fly this if my RC flight experience is with the Blade CX2 and the Parkzone Vapor? Would you consider the Radian somewhat of a slowflyer?
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