Re: Reflex

Matthew Curcio

That’s an interesting statement. This is definitely a function of your wing Vs canard angle of incidence which we know varies. I would bet what you experienced isn’t the same on all airplanes probably a good thing to go up and simulate a landing approach at high altitude with the reflex trimmed to its extents. I think my system has a spring in it that pulls the reflex in one direction if the control failed. I’ll have to check that out. 

Matthew Curcio

On Mar 16, 2018, at 07:51, 'Jerry Marstall' jnmarstall@... [Q-LIST] <Q-LIST@...> wrote:


DO NOT allow the reflexor to adjust the ailerons below the point where the ailerons are even with the trailing edge of the wing.  Put a stop on the linkage in case your reflexor control mechanism fails.  The ailerons can overpower the elevator and drive you straight into the ground.  A voice of experience.



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What is everyone using for the relexor limits.  On my Dragonfly I have
maybe 3/8ths up and down, but I feel the Q200 may be a bit more. What
would a safe starting point for the up and down movement at the trailing
edge of the aileron.?
Thanks----------------  Chris

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