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Old Dec 14, 2012, 04:12 AM
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Hi Pete, on the ground the range looks similar with gyro on or off, but note that if you move the control surface on the ground and the plane does not move (as it should or would when flying) then the gyro is adding further control surface movement (how much depends on the gain) to try to achieve the required rate. Hence you are right that some reduction in sensitivity when flying is to be expected. You can increase the sensitivity on the Prof1 page. It is a linear adjustment, ie 1.0 or thereabouts can be considered to be 100% and 2.0 double. I would suggest to move it to say 1.3. and see how you go.

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