Apologies if this is the incorrect forum.
I’m about to start building a Carf Su27.
Strangely it only has elevons but with two servos linked together per elevon.
I’ll be using my core, a royale SRS and later an iGyro sat.
I’d like to make the transition from using the gyro function of the royal SRS to the iGyro sat simple, but I think I see a problem. Perhaps you can confirm if this is correct?
To use the royal SRS, I think I set up a channel for aileron and elevator in the core and then use the delta mixer in the royal.
(I can use the matching function in the royale to match the two servos on each elevon)
The four servos are all Futaba sbus so I could match the centre points without using the royale servo match OR without changing the centre point in the core.
I can understand that.
However if I later add my iGyro sat, my understanding is that I’d then have to reset the wing type in the royale. I’d then have to use the delta mixing in the core, and then add the iGyro sat.
I’d then lose the servo matching that I’d performed in the royale that previously linked both elevon servos together.
Have I missed some detail, or should I decide now which gyro (royale or iGyro sat) I should use?
My feeling is the royale gyro is the easier to setup for the first few flights, but the iGyro sat should ultimately perform better.
I’d appreciate your suggestions.