Originally Posted by richord
Do you guys see any pluses to using a 7 channel RX with separate channels for each ailerons vs. a Y splitter on one channel?
I have most of my planes on the Y splitter and one of them on a 7 channel and have it setup with flaps that I never use - but I can't seem to get the aileron throw even from side to side like the ones with the Y splitter. This setup is with a DX7 and AR7000.
Always use a separate channel for each aileron if possible. If you can't get the throws even there is something wrong with your setup. It has been too long since I had a dx7 but it matters which channel you use for aileron2. Only one is trimable when mixed. Do both of your ailerons move when you are trimming? You should be able to get the throws even with the end point adjustments and dual rates.