No signal reversal. Instead, you install the two aileron servos "in relection". The servo in the opposite wing goes "the other way round". Hook them up to your rx to check the orientation prior to permanently fixing them in place. Y leads are good to have in your kit.
Which ones are more commonly used: the JR Y connectors or the Futaba Y connectors? I'm a bit confused on this and need some clarification. Thank you in advance to any and all who may be able to clear-up this matter once and for all.
P.S.* Why they can't come up with the simple yet bright idea of just using standard connectors for all behooves me. It was a similar situation in the computer industry until they finally thought up the idea of simply using USB connections (and this took them years to come-up with for this SIMPLE idea).
Every JR Servo can be fitted to Futaba socked, but Futaba plugs need to be midified to fit in JR socked. The difference is just a small terrace on the plug. If You go cut it of from the Futaba plug You can fit it to the JR socket. Please let me know is You are still confused with my replay, if yes I will go make some picture and show it in the files tab.