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Old 02-18-2003, 03:29 PM
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I have just ordered a 9CHP.It is going into my Nexus.I have a GY-401 w/9253 on rudder and will put the 9001s on all other controlls.I have upgraded swash and head to zeal units and have upgraded tail to torque tube drive and pushrod rudder.My question is,does anyone have a good programming setup for the 9ch using this combination of equipment.I realize that this is probably overkill for a Nexus,but,I love it and can transfer equpment to a bettrer chopper when I outgrow this one.Thanks for any help. email=supraman8729@yahoo.com
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You have picked the best combo for helis as far as I am concerned. You will find the 9C very easy to use. I went through mine and set it up step by step. It only took an hour or so and is easy to do. follow the book. You will get a good set that way. Set the pitch curves like your heli book describes and tweek them as you need to. If you go through it this way the first time, you will know the radio well when you are done. It is a very easy radio to set up so you wont have problems. Sorry I can't give you the exact numbers. I have different helis, but you won't have a problem with it.
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Thanks for the info.The radio will arrive tomorrow and I am really looking foreward to it.Put the power to it motor cat and keep on flyin! :bananahea
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Old 02-19-2003, 01:21 PM
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If anyone else has some info for this setup please let me know.Thanks DM
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all you need to know here.... in this page it works - i have used it on three birds.

http://www.raptortechnique.com/gy401-futaba9c.htm


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Old 02-20-2003, 03:27 AM
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spank you very muck(ha-ha-ha).Thanks greenflyer
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