Mix Type - If you are using using a transmitter mix, the troubleshooter assumes an 'Elevon' or 'Delta Wing' mix using Elevator 'CH2' for forward/reverse and Aileron 'CH1' for left/right. If your mix uses other channels, subtitute them for the channels referenced in the solution.
Invert Switch - Some DESCs and mixing modules have an 'Invert' cable that plugs into a switched transmitter channel to reverse throttle response when driving inverted. If you have correct throttle and steering response but your 'Invert' switch just messes up your steering, this two-step fix should get it working:
- Swap the places of the two drive control plugs on your receiver - unplug them and plug them back into each other's ports; and...
- Physically reverse the polarity of the power leads from the ESC to the right-side motor.
Pistol Grip - 'Pistol Grip' style transmitters as commonly used for R/C cars have a few quirks that can cause difficulty when using them with mixing DESCs or mixing modules. A full walk-thru setting up a 'FlySky FS-GT3B' pistol-grip radio and a 'Scorpion Mini' DESC is available here:
Using Pistol Grip Transmitters with Robot Speed Controllers.
Priority Order - There are often multiple ways to correct a given mixing problem. The troubleshooter picks a solution based on simplicity of implementation.