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Old Nov 21, 2012, 12:30 AM
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Originally Posted by davidjensen View Post
I agree but must ask if this is as true for slow thermal flight as it is for high speed flight? I have used the mix for my DLG's and I don't know if I feel much difference. With the higher speed slope ships and even lead sleds you can feel the difference.
Yes, it is true for slow speed flight as well. The difference is the ratio may be a bit different if you are using a camber preset. So if you have some initial camber you might not need as much elevator to camber mix. I haven't looked into the exact ratios. I typically use the same 1 to 1 ratio with good success in my thermal mode which may have 2 to 4 mm of preset camber. The nice thing about using the elevator to camber mix is you don't need to have camber on a slider. The camber is automatically tuned appropriately with elevator input.

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