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Regulated Delayed Steering (RDS)

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This picture shows Regulated Delayed Steering system from the above

 
The difference between the Traditional Delayed Steering (TDS) and the Regulated Delayed Steering (RDS) depends on the point "X". In the TDS the point "X" is stable (can not be moved); in RDS the point "X" can be moved up and down and then fixed. The turning radius in RDS can be regulated (30-60) and depends on the distance "A" (between "X" and "Y"). The smaller distance "A" the bigger is the radius of the RDS.