:? Oh, I see, only you and a FEW others, eh? LOL JUST KIDDINGTeamOMP3 said:Especially if you like flying eXtreme 3D like myself and few others on this site.
AHHHHH.........One of the few "converts" who will admit it! Welcome to the dark side.......I mean the light......I menat the ...1%, Ya, that's it. Welcome to the 1% man!!!markdam said:keep them opinions comming!!!!!!! I consider myslelf a good pilot and have flown giants and aeorbatic planes but Im new to 3-D (used too pooh pooh it lol)
Hey gary!Gary Seeloff said:I use D/R extensively and no expo. I find that expo slows down my reactions due to having to move the stick farther. I also keep the D/R for each channel on it's own switch so that the throws can be tailored for each situation. Also, I never use those flappy-spoilerator thingys, but I do make a small effort to mix out the KE coupling.
That's just me...everyone has their own way of doing things, and if they like it, then it's right for them.
Sure thing Gordo! First off....I don't use just one switch to control the rates, I prefer to have a separate switch for each channel. It's hard to say "for maneuver 'X' I use such-and-such rates" because it depends on what I'm doing and what plane I'm flying.Gordo said:Could you explain how/when you use your dual rates. I've watched you flying and I know you're always flipping that thing, I'm surprised you haven't worn that DR switch out, but I don't remember whei it's on and off.
Ya, like Chuck said. Only I call myself a Hacker! Like I hack away at it, and I hack everybody off, and I wish I had a Hacker for my Foam bipe!!!ChuckAuger said:Hey Gary, glad you got in!!
Keep up the tips, man!! I'm a thrasher, I need all the advice I can get!