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JTiger
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I can't take the credit for the video, that was BB56.


Oops, knew I was going to get something wrong somewhere. Thanks BB56!
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Ideally, I'd like to be able to have standard elevons plus flaperons which move down when I hit the flap switch on my Tx. One servo on each control surface.

I recall reading in the instructions for the HobbyEagle A3-L stating that you weren't supposed to use the delta or V-Tail from the Tx because the stabilizer does the mixing itself. If I'm reading this right, I could use two A3-L's to achieve my elevon/flaperon setup. One to mix/stabilize the elevons and the other the flaperons onboard (also using a Y-splitter to get the unmixed aileron channel to both gyros).

(btw, "gyro" here refers to the 3-axis or 6-axis flight stabilizers such as the HobbyEagle mentioned above)

Bimo, from what you said above I think the super 3 is capable of this in a single module?

And thanks for the video Wildthing, it was very clear and helpful
Hi JTiger. Apologies for the late reply.

Yes, with A3 Super 2 or Super 3, you could achieve the setup wanna have

It's pretty much my favorite flight stabilization systems. I don't think that I would look for any other if my requirement doesn't change a real fun to play with

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Hi JTiger. Apologies for the late reply.

Yes, with A3 Super 2 or Super 3, you could achieve the setup wanna have

It's pretty much my favorite flight stabilization systems. I don't think that I would look for any other if my requirement doesn't change a real fun to play with

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Awesome, thanks so much to all you guys for sharing your knowledge and expertise!
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