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ted hughes07/12/2016 09:47:36
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J D 807/12/2016 09:58:45
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Very clever ,but whats the point? has to be flown with crossed controls in circles.

ted hughes07/12/2016 10:00:42
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Posted by J D 8 on 07/12/2016 09:58:45:

Very clever ,but whats the point? has to be flown with crossed controls in circles.

What are crossed controls?

J D 807/12/2016 10:17:03
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Ted, If you look at the ailerons he has right aileron fed in as it's flying left hand circles on the rudder, he has to do this or it would just turn into the ground. In normal flight rudder and aileron would be working in the same direction.

I once had a microlight that worked like that and it was not nice.Cheers John.

Cuban807/12/2016 10:29:29
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Very clever, great technical achievement etc. but must rate as the worlds most boring R/C model to fly - go slow, turn left, repeat.laughlaugh

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