I have a question stemming for the new SERVOX_ parameters of the new 3.8 update.
Traditionally, we would configure our transmitter with the desired servo range (or at least approximately) and then did a radio calibration.
In this way, both in MANUAL and other modes the servo throws were the same.
However, in the new 3.8 update, the radio calibration philosophy only applies to the RC inputs, while the outputs are manually configured with the SERVOX_ parameters.
The question: I have set my transmitter range for (e.g.) channel 3 to be 1000-2000 for maximum resolution and the SERVO3 range at 1290-1750 so as to be within the mechanical range of my IC engine throttle body.
What will happen when I switch to MANUAL? My guess is that the new, raw, extended servo range will rip my throttle body out of the engine.
Is this intentional? Am I understanding the new parameters wrong?