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D12 - RADIO - I am not sure how to set BOTH ends of the Travel Adjust in my radio ?

This is something that quite few pilots fail to understand, but it is actually quite simple.

The trick is to realise that the value that shows when you access the Travel adjustment screen the settings you can see are ONLY FOR ONE DIRECTION of the servo travel.  If you watch it for let's say the ELEVATOR, try setting the value it shows to something else, and then move the elevator stick up or down until the value changes....  then move the stick the other way and the newly changed value will reappear.

So by holding the stick in either direction while adjusting the end points, you can adjust the maximum travel point in each direction separately.

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