Three-axis flight stabilizers specifically designed for fixed-wing airplanes are a relatively recent innovation. They help the aircraft fly stable around its three axes: roll (aileron), pitch (elevator), and yaw (rudder).
Today’s flight stabilizers units require a very small footprint and can be installed in aircraft of any size. There are also ready-to-fly planes that come with these units preinstalled as well as receiver/stabilizer combinations in one unit. To get the most from your flight stabilizer, there are some basic installation and setup adjustments you need to know.
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