Originally Posted by seagull10
Brian , thanks for the idea appreciation and yes I think so, this have to be an very responsive form of control .
i agree totally i think this will be a very resoponse form of control .I have flown a great deal of hours over the past 7yrs and know it doesnt take much to offset trim in a bird. I would love to make a articulated bird later this year after i return from my trip to europe and use this form of control.Also if my memory serves me correct Robert Koroblenick did something similair to that form of control on standard SK birds non articulated. The same principle though as Otto has mentioned