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Old Jun 12, 2012, 09:13 AM
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Ok let's go back to basics

From the limited info that's available, the unit needs to be mounted on a flat surface, from experience when I used my FY 20 even though the unit was placed on a flat surface in the model, once the unit was activated it tend to pitch down, and roll to the right

Solution - 1 either use trim to keep the model level, it worker but took away from the models flight performance

Or 2 shim the unit to achieve level flight without using excessive trim

On the FMA Co-Pilot II, one can compensate for any unwanted roll, and pitch by using flight angles, so that the control surface stays level at neutral

In short, what options are available to trim out any unwanted pitch and roll tendencies with the guardian



Aero, Al. Keep up the good work
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