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    Setting up Kyosho Concept 30

    Hello
    this is my first nitro heli, after a few years of coaxials and blade cp's I figured it was time to move up. Bought if for $75 w/ engine and sx's. I need some help getting the pitch and throttle curves. My radio is a Futaba 6 EXP w/ the heli function. Can anyone help me program my radio? I already have all the servos where they're supposed to go in the rx and moving in the right direction but need help correctly mixing the collective w/ throttle. Obviosly this is not a 3D ship so I don't really need idle up...any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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    RE: Setting up Kyosho Concept 30

    http://www.raptortechnique.com has some basic setups that apply to any heli.

    You can also probably get by with starting one thread per question
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    RE: Setting up Kyosho Concept 30

    sorry, I thought after I posted it would be better suited to the beginners forum.
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