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    Hobbyzone Super Cub DX6i Settings

    Would someone have the reccomended settings for DX6i transmitter to operate the Hobby Zone Super Cub. I am picking one up today and being a noobe it would probably be a good idea to get some proven settings from those who have done this already. This would b e appreciated,

    Thanks Jm

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    RE: Hobbyzone Super Cub DX6i Settings

    "The receiver included in the Super Cub LP BNF is a 2.4GHz DSM2 receiver/ESC unit. It must be partnered with a full range DSM2 transmitter. It is equipped with throttle, elevator, rudder and aileron function.

    For most of the DSM2 transmitters, channel 5 will activate ACT, while channel 6 will activate the X-Port function."

    "DX6i
    ACT: Gear Switch - position 0 ACT active, position 1 ACT off

    X-Port: Flap Switch - position 0 off, position 1 activate X-Port

    Note: The default settings on a DX6i has the FLAPS values set at zero. In the β€˜FLAPS’ menu, set the travel to 100% up
    in NORM and 100% down in LAND to allow the X-port to function."

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    http://secure.hobbyzone.com/itemmult...380-Manual.pdf

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    RE: Hobbyzone Super Cub DX6i Settings

    Thanks for taking your time to help, finally got the Super Cub today two of the LHS were out and I had 45 miles to get one. Maybe because of Fathers day. I did check out the manual and saw the information you were kind enough to forward to me. It is great when people step up to help, RC Universe is a good bunch.

    Thanks again, Chuck we will be in touch
    Jim


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