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8103 Programming - Complete Guide

Old 01-29-2003, 05:23 AM
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Default 8103 Programming - Complete Guide

I would like to get a copy too please...

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Old 01-29-2003, 06:00 AM
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Default 8103 Programming - Complete Guide

fwiw there are also these resource on 8103 programming:

http://www.reddata.com/sass/soaring_info/tech.htm

http://www.orlandobuzzards.org/Flaps.htm

Anyone else have good linkys?
Old 01-31-2003, 02:10 AM
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Default 8103 programming guide

Danny

I have been in this sport for 30+ years and have owned
every manufacture of radio.

I have had my 8103 now for about 8 months and it is
without question the BEST radio i have ever owned.

In that short 8 months i have turned 8 friends on to the 8103
and becouse of this when any of them have a programming
issues they come to me.

A copy of the programming guide you have been talking about
in this thread would help me out alot, If possible.


Thank you

Dave Haley

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Old 01-31-2003, 02:27 PM
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Default 8103 Programming - Complete Guide

I'm happy to hear you like your 8103!! You should have the guide now.
Old 02-05-2003, 10:57 AM
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Default 8103 Programming - Complete Guide

Danny,
Please send me a copy of the programming guide, to
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Thanks
Arthur
Old 02-12-2003, 10:02 AM
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Default New X3810/8103

Hi Danny

Have just purchased this JR radio, and it's FANTASTIC. My 13 year old had gist of it within half an hour, and found it a cinch to adjust. From the analog Futaba, our heli now feels like silk!

Could I have a copy of the programming guide too, please. Suspect I haven't used more than 10% of the radio's capabilities.

Have seen from the discussions that others have also had a buzzing from their Futaba 9253 tail servos. Using the Futaba GY240 (bought before the JR radio, you understand!), and simply cannot get the buzz to disappear. No links are binding.

Have just ordered the 1900mAh receiver battery from Cyberheli; these digital servos are sure hungry.

Anyway, NO regrets with JR.

Cheers
Pieter
Old 02-12-2003, 11:08 AM
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Default Programming Guide

Danny,

Can I have a copy too?

Harrier
Old 02-12-2003, 03:26 PM
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Default 8103 Programming - Complete Guide

Send an email to [email protected]hobby.com requesting the 8103 programming guide and we can email it to you.
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Default Blast from the past... 8103 Programming Guide Request

Hi Danny,

I know it might seem like a ghost from the past... but I was hoping your Complete Programming Guide for 8103 was still available?

The heart of the problem is that my JR transmitter is still going and I am now experimenting with AS3X magic on a 6 channel aircraft and want to use the 3 position switch (AUX 3) for the Flight Modes/Flaps actuator... but it seems this switch is not actively controlling the output of the AUX 3 channel in the "Aircraft" model mode... only the flap potentiometer seems to have that effect.

Hoping you might be able to help me out?

Many thanks and regards,
Alan

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