These are still a work in progress and I will change them as I learn. These can be cranked up for faster response with no danger in flight.
Aileron up 20mm down 12mm (at root) Flaps up 4mm down 3mm
Flaps for breaks, over 45deg down slops her nicely
Snap flap down 2mm across the wing
For the Willow 2 and SOR models my suggested settings are-
CG: 99mm. This is a ballance neutal point, if you are aiming for a more sweeping or EM turn then 96mm is a good place to start.
Elevator- 5-6mm each way (measured at the root)
I do not use a large amont of snap flap for my flying style, no more than 2mm of flap with the ailerons mirroring the movement.
Aileron- Measured at the wing tip, 9mm up andf 5mm down. I have the flaps mirroring at around 25% of the movement. I have also started to mix in a little aileron/rudder mix to help keep the nose down.
CROW Elevator 40% down
The flaps can me set up to come 90degrees down very easily
Ailerons 40% up
For the Willow 1 here are my suggested settings.
Snap flap 3-4mm (measured at the flap root and constant along the wing).
Flap mix 4mm up 3mm down
Aileron 4mm up (measured at the tip),
Flaps anything 60degrees or more is very effective.
At the recent Champion of Champions race Adam Richardson had me increase the snap flap to over 6mm at the flap. Worked great in theh turn and delivered 6th place.