Full House is an old term that was used when describing R/C planes that had ailerons, throttle, rudder, and elevator. Report this Word See also: Reed Added by: DCGayhart
Full House is a name that is used when describing R/C sailplanes that have ailerons, flaps, rudder, and elevator. Also, usually there are fancy features built in as well. By using a computer radio, you can program the radio to mix or couple certain surfaces together. For example, some people mix in the flaps (or flapperons) to move downwards when 'up' elevator is applied or have different 'modes' of flying like landing or reflex mode. Landing mode could be programmed to be something like having the flaps lower a few degrees and having the both ailerons raise upwards. This is sometimes known as 'crow'.