Building Tip Of the Week: Adjusting Control Surface

Posted by aerobeez On January - 8 - 2015

Hey pilots, welcome back for our first installment of Pete’s Tip of the Week for 2015! This week has been a busy week leading up to the AMA Expo. We have been busy building our new models for the show and putting together all the final details for our new models that will be unveiled on the 9th at AMA. With so much building going on in such a short period of time, we wanted to share a simple tip to help get your control surfaces just right. Even if you don’t own an Aerobeez plane or have yet to take the first step into becoming an RC pilot, we want to help you improve your model building, set-up, and eventually flying skills.

So without further ado, today’s tip : Adjusting Control Surface

Not all push rod hardware comes with push rods that have reverse thread rotation on either side of the push rod ends. The Aerobeez kits do however, which makes for very easy adjustment of your control surface. If you own a kit that does not use this style push rod, upgrading to them is recommended.


Once you have screwed on your ball joints and mounted your push rods to the control horn, you simply adjust the length between the servo and the control surface by turning the center.


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Now go enjoy your building and flying and we hope to see you this weekend at AMA!

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