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Old 02-28-2010, 03:17 PM
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A friend of mine recently gave me an Exceed Falcon 40 rc helicopter. I have never flown a 4 channel before so it is very new to me. The bad part is he did not have the instruction manual that came with it. Does anyone know where i can get the instruction manual?

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A friend of mine recently gave me an Exceed Falcon 40 rc helicopter. I have never flown a 4 channel before so it is very new to me. The bad part is he did not have the instruction manual that came with it. Does anyone know where i can get the instruction manual?
Hmmm, a quick google search didn't find anything. I'll check when I get home to see if I downloaded on a while ago. Do you know if it's version 1 (72MHz) or version 2 (2.4GHz)?

In the mean time, swing by the Falcon 40 thread:
www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_4826535/tm.htm

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if you have the 2.4ghz, then this manual will do it.

http://www.walkera.com/en1/particular.jsp?pn=Z24%232401

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For72 mhz use this - [link]https://www.ushobbysupply.com/pub/DF4_Users_Manual.pdf?target="new"[/link]

US Hobby is probably the best source for parts as well.
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For72 mhz use this - [link]https://www.ushobbysupply.com/pub/DF4_Users_Manual.pdf?target=''new''[/link]

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this will not work because it's a little different. he has the new falcon 40 with the new radio so he must have the v2 not v1.

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For72 mhz use this - [link]https://www.ushobbysupply.com/pub/DF4_Users_Manual.pdf?target=''new''[/link]

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this will not work because it's a little different. he has the new falcon 40 with the new radio so he must have the v2 not v1.

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I don't see that specified in this thread, only where Dave asks which version he has. In the falcon 40 thread/forum he says he has the "really long antenna" which would be 72 mhz v1.
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ok my bad, we stop selling the v1 for a while so I thought he must have a v2.



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