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fishwhisperer83
But how do I get them mirror? I know I could use the mixing but I have the mixings for more throw.
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dtribby
You don't use your TX, you use your HANDS. Mount the horns on your control survaces in as close to the same spot as you possibly can. THEN you can use your DX6i's SUBTRIM and LIMIT menus to adjust the servo throws.
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fishwhisperer83
I know but my close isn't close enough. I need it to be mirror. Now I think the real question is being skipped here. How do you mount the control horns evenly?
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dtribby
You pick a reference point and put your horns ths same distance from that point on both sides. I put the hole in the horn directly over the hinge, and make sure they are the same number of mm from the center. Your plastic horns will sit on top of the foam, so depth isn't an issue.

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jhova17
use a ruler and measure the same distances
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mudman
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use a ruler and measure the same distances

when i do mine i place the ruler along the edge of the control surface and put a 1" or so line where i want them
I use the wood ones so i lay them down with the bottom on the line i drew, and slide them fwd or aft so the hole lines up with the hinge.
what you could do with yours is lay one on a piece of depron with the base hooked over the edge, slide it so the holes line up along the edge and mark then measure the distance to where the back is.
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