Originally Posted by BennyT
Update **** I have hotglued the excess wire from the ailerons in behind the canopy area and also put a drop on each aileron servo - 2 diagonally opposite corners - will also run some tape over them tomorrow.
Good thinking, I guess you read about one of this forum members excess cabling being sucked into his EDF destroying the fan
I don't program any ELEV compensation in conjunction with the spoilerons. Theres no need for an aggressive spoileron deflection setup, so you can just add stick input as needed. I dont use them very often as they are not required when there is a nice head wind to slow the landing down. Bleeding speed in calm conditions is another matter so don't stay up too long because if you have to abort the landing due to overshoot you will need enough juice left to power into the turn. Remember you need good air speed for the AILE to function with EDF as you lack any prop wash that offers effective control of the surfaces like normal propeller driven aircraft.