DRIVING ON ONE STICK, HELP PLEASE

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wiggy
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DRIVING ON ONE STICK, HELP PLEASE

Post by wiggy » Mon Nov 29, 2010 7:15 pm

Hi Guys

I have been tinkering abaut with the idea of running my dozer on one stick, after help of Mick on were to find this in my Futaba (T10CHG) 10ch book,
I seen to have some functions on my right stick, ie forward backwards , but only turns one way. also tried reversing 1 and 2 but still the same.

settings infor below

Been looking at the Futaba 10ch book page 56, and I have give it a try, but things not good , MIX (ACT)
RATE -AIL1+ 20% (L) + 20%
AIL2 + 100%(L) + 100%

ELE2 +100%
ELE1 + 100%

any ideas? I had this infor around, but I seem to find it now :oops:

Richie ;)
WIGGYTRONICS FOR TANK & BOAT SMOKERS. r-wignall@sky.com

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Vixen V8
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Re: DRIVING ON ONE STICK, HELP PLEASE

Post by Vixen V8 » Mon Nov 29, 2010 7:36 pm

Hello Richie
I control the drive and steering gearbox on my i/c engined M3 Stuart with a single stick. I used one of the fancy aircraft (V tail) mix functions and eventually got it to work after a lot of trying. The handbook only seems to explain how to do it to those who have already achieved it!!!

I would have expected you to have both plus +++ and negative --- gains on two of the axes. Try reducing the gain on one axis to zero and continue reducing the gain and it will go negative. I also found it usefull to keep a note of each change and to change only one thing at a time.

Good luck

Mike T

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Re: DRIVING ON ONE STICK, HELP PLEASE

Post by wiggy » Tue Nov 30, 2010 6:47 pm

Hi Mike

Now fully sorted, thanks for your help. :D

Thanks Richie Wiggytronics ;)
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