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    Setting the Steering Nozzle Correctly

    How do you do this? I did a search and I couldn't come up with anything. :-/


    Oh, steering trim nozzle


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisrokc View Post
    How do you do this? I did a search and I couldn't come up with anything. :-/


    Oh, steering trim nozzle
    With bars straight, measure from rear right of steering nozzle, to rear left of thrust nozzle (along the inside). Then measure the opposite dimension i.e. Rear left of steering nozzle to rear right of thrust nozzle. Adjust until those lengths are the same.

    For trim, set trim at neutral and measure rear top of steering nozzle to rear top of thrust nozzle. Do the same for the bottom of both. Adjust until equal.

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