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Old 06-23-2017, 09:12 PM
LUKLA LUKLA is offline
 
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Default Roll Servo question.

Folks, I am confused on dynon Roll servo connection with push rod!! Vans RV12.
Instruction said clearly
ATTACH ROD
END TO
THE MIDDLE
SERVO ARM.

I did follow the instruction and it doesn't seems align right.
When I check online lots of different blog and found every builder attached the rod in the last hole.

input will be appreciate.

thanks
Lukla.
Building Rv12 75% completed.
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Old 06-23-2017, 09:47 PM
AJSWA AJSWA is offline
 
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Default Roll servo pushrod connection

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Folks, I am confused on dynon Roll servo connection with push rod!! Vans RV12.
Instruction said clearly
ATTACH ROD
END TO
THE MIDDLE
SERVO ARM.

I did follow the instruction and it doesn't seems align right.
When I check online lots of different blog and found every builder attached the rod in the last hole.

input will be appreciate.

thanks
Lukla.
Building Rv12 75% completed.
The roll servo page 44A-03 instructs, ATTACH ROD END TO THE MIDDLE SERVO ARM hole. (Add the word hole to the sentence)

My Roll servo rod connection is defiantly in the middle servo arm hole.

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Old 06-23-2017, 10:37 PM
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Trust the designers. They mean the middle hole on the servo arm. You can push the arm to whatever position you like, when everything is hooked up and calibrated, it will work as they planned it.
Cheers,
DaveH
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Old 06-23-2017, 10:43 PM
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Appreciated the input.
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Old 06-23-2017, 10:43 PM
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Trust the designers. They mean the middle hole on the servo arm. You can push the arm to whatever position you like, when everything is hooked up and calibrated, it will work as they planned it.
Cheers,
DaveH
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