The way your servo is mounted also affects this.
Stand behind your heli. Move your tail and observe how the tail rotor changes pitch to compensate. If you move the heli 90 degrees clockwise (tail left) then the leading edge of the tail rotors should point to the right.
If not reverse the switch.
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