Having read somewhere on this site ( I can’t find it now!) that turning a 34” crash tender at speed can be a problem I have been thinking about ways to Reduce the risk.
The obvious way is to pilot it carefully, turning gently, or slowing before turning sharply. But that requires the pilot to be paying attention. I’m not sure my young grandson would take that care, even if I do.
So, is it a good idea to mix throttle and rudder to overcome this issue. It seems to me there are two options:
1. Reduce the rudder throw based on the throttle setting. i.e. mix such that as the speed increases, the maximum rudder throw reduces. Or
2. Reduce the throttle based on the rudder demand. i.e. mix channels so that the boat automatically slows based on the rudder demand.
I haven’t found any reference to this on this website, which make me think it isn’t a good idea, but I would be interested in any thoughts from those with much more experience than I have. Also, can these mixes be set up on an fs- i6x transmitter