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Solved FS-i6 V-Tail mixing

#1
I'm trying to set up a Durafly Bonanza with my TGY-i6 (identical to the FS-i6, so I'll just call it that) so I turned on the v-tail mixing, but it's backwards, up and down movement controls the rudder and left and right controls the elevators. There is no option to reverse this and I'm flying mode-1 so I can't just change to mode-4. Do I have to do custom mixing or is there another option?
 

Matthewdupreez

Legendary member
#2
I'm trying to set up a Durafly Bonanza with my TGY-i6 (identical to the FS-i6, so I'll just call it that) so I turned on the v-tail mixing, but it's backwards, up and down movement controls the rudder and left and right controls the elevators. There is no option to reverse this and I'm flying mode-1 so I can't just change to mode-4. Do I have to do custom mixing or is there another option?
If the servos are accessible. Take off the control horns and rotate them 180 degrees
 

Matthewdupreez

Legendary member
#3
I'm trying to set up a Durafly Bonanza with my TGY-i6 (identical to the FS-i6, so I'll just call it that) so I turned on the v-tail mixing, but it's backwards, up and down movement controls the rudder and left and right controls the elevators. There is no option to reverse this and I'm flying mode-1 so I can't just change to mode-4. Do I have to do custom mixing or is there another option?
Or try reversing the elevator and rudder.
The v Tail mixes the rudder and elevator together, so if you reverse the elevator and rudder, you should be sorted
 

quorneng

Master member
#17
Clearly everything is working but the elevator and rudder functions are responding to the wrong stick input.
There are quite as few combinations possible (8) with both servo reversing and which servo is connected to which rx port. You may have to try them all logically in sequence to find which works correctly.
I would be surprised if the mixing was 'odd' in the tx.