I set my servos up in reflex which is pretty easy to determine with a straight edge on the bottom skin. Add camber to your liking. The lighter models need less camber than a Carbon 80 with ballast. I generally programed 3 camber settings positive from reflex and have these on flight modes instead of a camber slider so I could adjust differential and aileron to flap mix to suit the speed of the camber setting. No differential in reflex and add diff as the camber increases.
Originally Posted by tewatson
So what is considered "in section" for this wing? There is no fixed reference point for the control surfaces to use in setting the servo linkages up. If I line up the inboard seam lines on the flap and wing root, there appears to be a fair bit of undercamber (about 3mm gap at the hinge line, for a straightedge across the wing bottom touching the TE and the spar area).