Via the arm placement on the servo, if your using a single servo in the center of the wing it would depend on if the plane is high wing.. (servo on bottom of wing) or low wing (servo on top of wing). WI know your using two servos so eithe way they should be on the bottom of the wing most likely. Which Pete N Poke do you have.. one is a parasol and the others are low wing. Here is a pic of the general idea. You can keep the horn vertical and make the adjustment at the servo. The amount of "off center" of the arm and horn will control the differential.
There are tests you can do during flight to determine if you have if setup right and the link is here where I got this other info... I wanted to give credit where credit is due...
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Last edited by Thermalin; Apr 04, 2010 at 07:29 AM.
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