Originally Posted by xxxcellarator
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?
Set the recommended high rate aileron throws and then move your TRX sticks for full high rate aileron deflection. The pushrod, control horn and servo arm should be aligned. This is not a standard installation that many of "us" are used to, but the stock AIL pushrod set-up prevents binding. I didn't believe it either until I switched my pushrods to a "conventional same side set-up" and was quickly proven that the stock set-up prevents binding, and the "conventional set-up" creates a bad angle when at full high rate deflection.... well, at least with my CZ set-up with the stock 3-rate throws.