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Old Aug 24, 2011, 06:59 AM
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Sabre: This is on 2 cell 430 Zippy batts. Diff. is where the ails go up further than they go down, preferably about 2 to 1. On a normal setup,the down going ail. is operating a high pressure area, compared to the up ail.,therefore more effective and acting like an airbrake trying to make the plane turn towards the down ail. It's called adverse yaw. Only happens on planes with flat bottomed/curved upper airfoiled wings, not symetrical wings. I can take a pic of the servo setup if you like. I should have flown it with the normal setup first, to see the difference.

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