Originally Posted by Melnic
I would not agree. I've put it on high wing trainers for people and I have it on my hawksky.
My first gryo was on the ailerons of a Midwest Aerostar .40 trainer back in the early 1990s. It was a mechanical single rate gyro. It held in the wind like a rock.
One thing I've not tried is a 3ch with gyro. Dont' know the results or potential of that.
Thanks, this reminds me: you can probably set the gyro gain so that it is high enough to fight some wind, but yet low enough that the dihedral, etc. effect will overcome the effects of the gyro (probably helps to have something like a high wing trainer that has a strong dihedral, etc. effect).