|Feb 14, 2012, 02:20 PM|
My Steig is an older model with 4 servos in fuse. Flew today in some wind and active lift. I have 2 radio setups:
#1 is for 'float'; with differential ailerons, snap flaps, low throws, slower trim speed; and I set the CG at 79.
#2 is for 'run'; with no differential, no snap, more throw, faster trim; and I set the CG at 76.
Tried both setups today back to back multiple times. #2 is definitely much better for wind, at least on my plane, and it was doing the best today by far. #1 is great for clam conditions with light lift.
|Mar 11, 2012, 02:16 PM|
Some pics from last Saturday practice
I made some changes to the old Steig setup and match it to my new one the TopDrive.
I moved the CG backwards from 70.5 mm to 78-79 mm
I changed the Throws same as i did with my new Top Drive Steig.
Both now the same setup, just the weight is a bit different.
Old Steig 300 grams
New Steig 288 grams