Gmoore7 Posted July 4, 2012 Report Share Posted July 4, 2012 Better late than never. My apologies for being late to the party here. The CT uses a torque enhancer on the roll servo, this requires more lateral activity than a standard servo. You'll probably end up closer to 8 on that setting rather than 2 or 3. Too low will cause it to wander around. Too high and it'll seem like it's had way too much caffeine. Hope this helps! A friend loaned me his GNS5870 to use with my I Pad and it really is a great additional GPS tool. It gives you real time tracking on foreflight and sure makes VFR flying a lot easier especially if you are a little older and don't see as well as in years past. They have a new one out now with an improved on/off switch called GNS1000, but works with the same good quality. Cost is just under $100.00 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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