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Old Jul 11, 2011, 07:53 PM
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Originally Posted by helicow View Post
xxxcellarator - just wanted to mention long ago in the original thread, before it got all merged with another thread, Horizon responded to someone doing the same thing with the aileron push rods. They even stated they contacted QQ and he replied they were meant to be that way because it provided differential.

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showp...postcount=1369

But if it works for you - great.
Hmm... interesting, I wasn't aware of that post. Although honestly, it still doesn't make sense to me to have that angle between the push rod and servo arm. The way I see it, you want to have the same Acute angle when the aileron is pushed down as the Obtuse angle when the aileron is pushed up. With the original angle, you get a much smaller Acute angle then the obtuse angle, so there's a higher chance of binding.

That's just how I see it. If you have a better/different explanation as to why it should be the way it was setup stock, I'de appreciate listening to it. And what do you mean by differential?
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