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Originally Posted by Rollmops67 View Post
Thank you Bille.
That makes sense, so I think I will install the 2 servos to maneuver the real flaps.

Have nice flights and smooth landings !

Roland
YEP -- that is the way to go !!
Be cretin to let the Flap, act as flaperon ; but don't do flaperon to
the aileron. And also ; when i activate down flap, i also get Ruder
when i hit aileron. When i'm in Up-flap, (3-deg) i'm probably going
really Fast, and
i don't want Ruder mixed in when i hit aileron, because i get a Barell-roll
instead of an aileron-roll.

All three positions of flap , are in flaperon mode , (3-deg up, 0, and 25-deg down) ; but NOT the aileron.

Bille
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